T-Mobile may launch new ‘iPhone Buy 2 and Save’ deal tomorrow

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After announcing deals on Samsung’s Galaxy Note and Note 10+ yesterday, T-Mobile appears to have a new iPhone deal ready to go for those who prefer iOS devices.

T-Mobile is prepping a 2019 iPhone Buy 2 and Save deal, according to a TmoNews source. Customers who buy a new iPhone will be able to get a second device for free. Both devices must be purchased on EIP, says the leaked doc, and the free device will be covered via monthly credits worth $750. It looks like existing customers will also need to add a new T-Mobile One Plus or Magenta Plus voice line, while new customers will need two lines.

The iPhones that will qualify for this offer include the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus.

This deal is expected to launch tomorrow, August 9, and will be available for a limited time.

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Apple is widely expected to introduce new iPhone models next month, so this offer may not be great for folks who need the latest and greatest. But for anyone who just wants a new phone now, it could be worth considering. Apple normally supports its iPhones with software updates for several years — this fall’s iOS 13 release will be available to the iPhone SE that was released in March 2016 — and the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR are all well-specced devices with Apple’s A12 Bionic processor.

With this deal expected to launch tomorrow, we don’t have long to wait before T-Mobile makes it official, so stay tuned.

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  • 100% true

  • jeff

    Always with the add a line BS! We are empty nesters and don’t need a third line so no deal for us.

  • Aaron Matinzi

    Not a deal if your adding a line, really sucks that so many of these deals requiring doing so.

  • George Salcedo

    LG is having a BOGO deal in which you don’t have to add a line at all if you already have 2 active lines.

    • Saul Viayra

      But they raised the price on the LG g8 to$750 from$620

      • George Salcedo

        Price changes are quite normal especially when new promos come out. Still though two LG G7’s for $399 sounds like a deal.

  • Chanki Lee

    It is not just adding a line. They want you to add 10 to 15 dollar more expensive line

  • Francisco Peña

    Better savings is to NOT buy an iPhone.

  • Sharti24

    Bring back contracts for subsidized phones! Id gladly sign a 2 year contract for a “free” iphone

  • Eric A

    Add a line pretty much means T-Mobile is running out of new customers.