T-Mobile rolling out two deals for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+

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The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are now official, and they’re arriving at T-Mobile later this month. And if you’re interested in one of Samsung’s new flagships, T-Mobile is launching two deals to help convince you to take the plunge.

First up, if you pre-order a Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+ you can get up to $300 off your new phone via a one-time bill credit and Virtual Express Prepaid Mastercard. This deal requires you to buy the Note 10 or Note 10+ on EIP and trade in an eligible smartphone.

These are the devices that qualify for T-Mobile’s Note 10 trade-in deal:

  • Save $300: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S9 series, Galaxy S8 series, LG V40 ThinQ, LG G7 THinQ, Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, OnePlus 6T
  • Save $200: iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7 series, Galaxy S6 series, LG V30 and V30+, Google Pixel, Pixel XL, OnePlus 6, OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 5
  • Save $100: iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone SE, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S5 series, Galaxy S4 series, LG V20, LG V10, LG G6, LG G5, LG G4

This trade-in deal isn’t limited to pre-orders, as it’ll be available when the Note 10 and Note 10+ launch on August 23. So if you’d like to see Samsung’s new phones in person before committing to buying one, you’ll still be able to take advantage of this offer.

The second deal from T-Mobile offers a free Galaxy Note 10 or up to $950 off a Note 10+ when you buy a Note 10 or Note 10+. To get this deal, you’ll need to buy both phones on EIP and activate one new Magenta Plus/T-Mobile One Plus line if you’re an existing T-Mobile customer or two new lines if you’re a new customer.

Finally, T-Mobile customers can take advantage of a special pre-order deal being offered by Samsung. If you pre-order a Note 10 or Note 10+, you can “create your own Galaxy kit” using up to $150 in Samsung credit. Note 10 and Note 10+ buyers can also get six months of Spotify Premium and fourth months of YouTube Premium for free with their new phone.

Sources: T-Mobile, Samsung

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  • carloslacend

    I don’t know if I’m mistaken but the last time T-Mobile do this tipe of bogo was with the S7 & S7+ right???

    • Rene Shabastari

      But better, it was prepaid card and you could cancel the new line which I used $10/m after 2-3 months. So I paid about $35 for the 2nd S7E

  • Chanki Lee

    Pretty upsetting they dont provide the BOGO to regular tmobile one line. I have to have one plus

  • carlos quintanilla

    I’ll stick to my regular tmobile one. Not much of a bogo if my plan goes from 180 to 230. I’ll pass

  • pda96

    No Note 10 for me. Will take advantage of the BOGO on the LGs tho. At least they still have a jack and support hi performance audio.

    • Alize Jen Alfonso Martinez

      Pick up a vhs/dvd player while you’re at it.

  • Peter Mellenjello

    No thanks on all 3….I’m keeping my note 9

  • vplaza

    No thank you. Too expensive and no headphone jack. Looks like my Note 9 might be my last Samsung for a while.

  • Jamie Richards

    I’ll stick to my one plus 7 pro. Jod has a deposit while eip does not? Lmao I’m good.

    • Peter Smith

      I have my 7 pro too. I have always been a note fan and I have an old Note 8. What do you think? Is a note 10+ worth changing out my 7 pro?

      Let me explain. I love my 7 Pro but I hate thinking about it for the IP rating, wireless charging, and camera is passable. Those are not absolute deal breakers but I hate having to think about it while having my 7 pro.

      • Jamie Richards

        Honestly I don’t think it is. What’s to gain from switching? Same processor. Screen is same size.U to software for camera have made the camera great. I don’t use the camera much but I am happy with it. IP rating isnt a deal breaker for me. Wireless charging is an awesome feature, but this phone charges so fast I don’t see a dilemma.

        For me, I already have the 7 pro on JOD, and have it paid off a few months, why start another JOD at a more expensive price for near nothing in upgraded features or specs. Trust me I love the note line, but I can’t justify the jump in price vs performance/options.

        • Peter Smith

          “For me, I already have the 7 pro on JOD, and have it paid off a few months, why start another JOD at a more expensive price for near nothing in upgraded features or specs”

          I think that was the quote that sold me. Your right, why waste money if I don’t have too for the same and in some cases lesser features…plus I have the 7 pro on JOD and will be paid off soon (because of the lower price tag). Thanks tech buddy

        • Jamie Richards

          Happy to help sir.

      • Bklynman

        Old Note 8? LoL,that phone is barely 2 yrs old!

  • Mike Thaler

    What are the “eligible” smart phones?

    • Alex Wagner

      Hey Mike, I just got that info and have updated the post with the phones that are eligible for trade-in with this deal

  • Chanki Lee

    Tmobile is becoming greedy Dxxp ShXt…..
    so much for John Legere promise of tmobile being Uncarrier .
    So for me to take Bogo deal. my bill will go from 240 to 400. ( I have regular Tmobile one Plan ) So according to my calculation to saving 950 for next two years I have to pay $3840 next two years which means instead of saving I will spend $2890 more in 24 months. That is what we call rip off. Tmobile really need to change the name of BOGO promotion to BOGO rip you off.

  • Android_God

    How many phucking plans does TMobile now have? I’ve got essentials so I guess no Note deal for me.
    Since TMobile wants to play all these games, it’s just going to make customers consider the other 2 carriers

  • Yonatan Ben Magen

    I’m going to have to check what deals are at Costco. I maym just wait to see if deals get better around Black Friday ~ Xmas I know they did last year.

    This doesn’t seem like nearly as good of deals as in the past and sales – 5g not a big enough deal yet to push enough people to jump yet.

    • Chanki Lee

      costco deal is not any better from what i can see

  • Walter Kowalski

    Hey there is a hole in the screen. Worth $0

  • Last year, T-Mobile offered a $500 trade in credit for exchanging their Galaxy Note 8 for the Note 9. Now they only offer a measly $300 dollar trade in credit for the Note 9, a $1000 phone!. Really? No thank you T-Mobile!

    Observe that Samsung is offering a $600 ($300 discount + $300 credit with Samsung) trade in credit for exchanging the Note 9 for the Note 10 or Note 10+. That is much more than what T-Mobile is offering. What is wrong with T-Mobile?

    • Alize Jen Alfonso Martinez

      You’re smart and well that tmo promo is for the others.

  • Gardo

    That Asus Zenfone 6 is looking more attractive now. No headphone jack, got rid of the power/sleep button, that ugly dot on your screen, c’mon Samsung??? Pass.

    • blakew595

      They didn’t get rid of the power/sleep
      It replaced the bixby button

      The tmo store I went to today showed me the phone

  • cnote7

    T mobile is starting to be just like the other carriers. If this merger goes through, there’s no telling what the prices will look like.

  • Lee Bennett

    I will be sticking with my OnePlus 7 Pro. I have always been a huge Note fan, and have owned every Note since the Note 2. But for me, it is no longer worth the price tag anymore. The 7 Pro does almost everything the Note 10 does, for quite a bit less money. The features you are missing out on are not worth the extra money in my opinion.

    • blakew595

      The lack of a proper AOD is incredibly annoying, especially since they dropped the led
      Double tap is still very buggy

      Would prefer the note 9 back but am forced to get a note 10 since they already dropped the note 9 off of the JOD list

      • Alize Jen Alfonso Martinez

        You can change the AOD to always on

        • blakew595

          I was referring to the 1+

          My bad for not clarifying