T-Mobile launches iPhone 11 and 11 Pro On Us deals for new and existing customers

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T-Mobile is rolling out two new deals on Apple’s iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and they’re available to both new and existing customers.

Starting today, August 28, T-Mobile is offering the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro “On Us” or up to $1,000 off the iPhone 11 Pro Max if you’d prefer the big screen model. New customers must switch to T-Mobile with an eligible in-store trade-in and a qualifying plan.

These are the devices eligible for trade-in with this offer:

Get it On Us

  • Apple: iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus
  • Samsung: Galaxy S20, Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note9
  • Google: Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL
  • OnePlus: 8, 8 Pro, 7T, 7T Pro 5G McLaren
  • LG: V60 ThinQ

Get iPhone 11 up to $500 off, get iPhone 11 Pro up to $800 off

  • Apple: iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus
  • Samsung: Galaxy S9 series, Galaxy S8 series, Galaxy Note8
  • Google: Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL
  • OnePlus: 6, 6T, 7 Pro, 7
  • LG: G8 ThinQ, G7 ThinQ, V50 ThinQ, V40 ThinQ

If you’re an existing T-Mobile customer, you’ll first need to buy an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro like you normally would. You’ll then be able to get another iPhone 11 or 11 Pro for free or up to $1,000 off an iPhone 11 Pro Max when you add a voice line to your plan.

With both of these offers, you’ll need to buy your new iPhone on a monthly payment plan. Also of note is that T-Mobile will cover the cost of your free iPhone over 24 monthly bill credits.

While new iPhones are typically released in the fall every year, both the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are great phones that’ll continue to be supported with software updates for years to come. So if you need a new phone and are thinking about jumping on one of these deals, don’t let the possibility of a new iPhone deter you.

T-Mobile says both of these offers will be available for a limited time.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Alex Pilaia

    Still need to add a line for existing customers… sigh…

  • krisstofer

    Why can’t we just get on a discounted price for existing customers. Or say Loyalty promo based on your years with TMOBILE. That’s cool right?

    • Dsgb Solo

      That would be nice but single line consumers like myself rarely get deals if any. Smh

    • dtam

      next uncarrier move should be auto discount for existing customers. 2 yr customer gets auto 15% off, 5 yr get 25% off, 10 year get 50% off

  • Zephyr

    I don’t need or want another line! Frankly, how many people with an existing account would ever want to add another line? What for? Just infuriating…

    • Mike

      Why would Tmobile give you the 2nd phone for free without requiring another line? Tmobile has to foot the bill on the 2nd phone.

      • dcmanryan

        They wouldn’t. But they need to do what AT&T and Verizon do at times for existing customers and that is give a discount on premier phones now and again for existing customers.

        • WONDROUS5000

          could you provide some examples of your experiences? i’ve actually always been curious on what other carriers do for this question

        • dcmanryan

          When the SE came out both carriers had deals below MSRP. Here’s from 1.5 months ago as an example.

          (Copied from Slickdeals)
          Walmart has the IPhone SE 2020 for $8.29/month (Verizon) or $6.63/month (AT&T). Colors and additional memory available. Upgrade only and fees may apply.

    • I already have 17, why do they think I’d go for 18?? LoL

  • John Doe

    Hopefully buying phones through carriers will be the next uncarrier move and it will probably be by another carrier or by the phone companies.

    • RealShit

      Doubt it. Don’t wait on it.

  • beganto

    Another 24 months with T-Mobile.

  • Himanshu Batra

    No such thing as “free lunch”.

  • purenupe1

    This is not an attractive deal for existing customers. It’s like a pyramid scheme where you have to continue find sucker’s willing to join your phone so you can get a phone phone.

    There probably some one out there with a 32 line family plan… lol

  • Saul Viayra

    Off topic question I switch to At&T last week do you guys know of a site like this one for At&T?

  • Vinny

    Don’t get me wrong, very happy with my service and speeds. Just wanted to update to the iPhone 11 pro with 256gb of int storage. Just checked & that one is out of stock. 64gb is available, no thanks.

  • Willie D

    Always for existing customers, add a line, when will they just offer us a deal without adding adding a line. When will they come to realize even if it was just 1 new device at special cost per account per 24 month cycle would be something of a gesture. A small one but still a gesture of thanks. Or why not simply something like 20% off new device after you complete your first 24 month EIP? Just SOMETHING.

  • riverhorse

    I’m gonna start an online store exclusively dedicated to a line of Triple T tumblers- Tmo Tears Thermal Tumblers & a line of TLM t-shirts- Tmo Lives Matter.
    The marketing boilerplate: “the perfect holiday gift set for a loved one or acquaintance distressed at the lack of sufficient freebies from T-Mobile. The first one will provide empathy and succor, the second one serves as a sign of solidarity and protest vs the outrageous inequality and bias T-Mobile displays toward its customers vis a vis the more affluent customers of other carriers. As an added bonus, once the Tears have run dry, the Tumbler can have a secondary use as a Molotov device. If TMobile doesn’t voluntarily provide free phones, take them by force. Power to the Poor!”

  • riverhorse

    A thousand dollars @ one hundred million people = $100 Billion
    A measly $200 @ only ten million people = $2 Billion

    Maybe I can get elected if I promise to put that into law… Do I have yous all’s vote if I promise a free phone for all?

    PS I won’t be able to legally state that, so whenever you see a candidate with the nickname “phone bro (or sisitzetheyetc.)”, please cast your vote.

    PPS If you really wish to help, when you see the pile of mail-in ballots in your building’s lobby, surreptitiously grab them all and select my name.

  • Valentin Lorien

    For all of you talk about T-Mobile not rewarding us “loyal” customers, I am going to ask which you’d rather have: a free line phone service (forever) or a free phone (one-time only).

    In the 5 years I’ve been a T-Mobile customer (which is not that long) T-Mobile has offered a free line of service to existing T-Mobile customers several times without any strings attached. I now have 4 free lines of service that I only pay the taxes on. Using a lowball value of $30 for each line (it can be more depending on your additional line fee), I am saving $1,440 a year on phone service- $7,200 over 5 years.

    I think most people would be willing to take recurring savings that never expire over a one-time freebie (free phone) any day.

    • dcmanryan

      Honest answer? I’d rather have a discount on a phone. I ported in 5 numbers and now have 2 more that are very seldom used. What’s the point if that? I have no desire to rent them out either. What I would like to see is a loyalty discount like Verizon and AT&T have both done. Better scenario, do both. Continue a free line every 2 to 3 years and have a loyalty discount now and again.