New T-Mobile deal offers up to $1,100 off second Galaxy S10 or Note 10 when you buy one


Alongside its new lineup of GoTo accessories, T-Mobile today launched a couple of deals on smartphones.

Starting today, you can buy a new Samsung Galaxy S10 or Note 10 device from T-Mobile and get up to $1,100 off a second device when you add a new line. This deal applies to the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G.

Customers who want to take advantage of this deal must buy one of those Samsung phones on a monthly payment plan, then add a new line (new customers must add two lines) and buy a second phone on a monthly payment plan. You’ll then get up to $1,100 in monthly bill credits to cover the cost of the lower-priced device.

The fine print of this deal states that if you canceled any voice lines within the past 90 days, you’ll need to reactivate them before taking advantage of the offer. You must also keep your account active and in good standing to continue receiving bill credits.

If you’re only looking for one new phone, T-Mobile also rolled out a deal today that offers up to $400 off a Galaxy S10 or Note 10 series phone. Like the other deal, this promo includes the Galaxy S10 and S10e as well as the Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G.

For this $400 off deal, you’ll need to port your phone number from another carrier into T-Mobile and then buy one of the qualifying Samsung devices. You’ll then get up to $400 in bill credits spread out over 24 or 36 months.

This deal offers $350 in bill credits for the Galaxy S10e or $400 for the Galaxy S10, Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • JJ

    So if you you have a single line or only need 1 phone and are a current customer.. no deal for you!

    • Scott Schofield

      That’s it, exactly. Nothing for existing customers to upgrade to.

      • Brandon Robinson

        the s10 was a downgrade from the 9 for me. maybe not in terms of specs but as far as glitches as little annoyances. hopefully they’ll do something for the s20 and existing customers

      • Al Carter

        You are right, no love for a 14 year customer.

  • George Salcedo

    T-Mobile has had terrible offers lately, Costco had the Note 10+ for $619 just this past November with no strings attached.

  • mikkej2k

    How about current customers? Most of us don’t need or want anymore lines.

    • jralphroman

      You have every single right to shop a better plan and or deal somewhere one’s holding a gun to your head.

    • Andrew

      IDK about you but I got a pretty amazing deal when I switched to TMobile a few years ago. If you didn’t, it’s really your own fault.

      • Francisco Peña

        Not isn’t the point. We all got good deals, but the deals now for CURRENT subscribers are that you have to usually add another line to quailify. Most of the folks aren’t adding, or don’ tneed to add another line.

        Before, they used to give deals without needing a new line. They’d also give you whatever $ off via gift cards, where now, its bill credits over 2-3 yrs. So if you were to leave after 1 yr, you’d owe the balance. Before, you’d use the gift card to pay off the balance and be done with it.

    • Android_God

      I don’t know why people criticize those of us who question this. It would seem a good business decision to entice customers to stick around 2 more years.

      • Andrew

        Go ahead and switch if you’re inclined to do so. I recommend it, personally.

  • DHollins

    What about all of us current and long time customers what kind of perks do we get?. I’ve been wit TMo since they were voicestream. When I got divorced I took my number off my ex wife’s account and have had my own for 10 plus years now. every phone I get I end up paying off and upgrading every year ( Im a note fan so its not like im getting lower end phones) so what do we as long time customers get ?

    • PiCASSiMO

      Nada… But I agree tmobile should provide some kind of discount for customer loyalty. Say, $20 off for every year of service. In you case… $200.

    • Ja D

      switch to AT&T for 90 days then switch back.. you will become new customer and get all the deals again…