T-Mobile reveals its unbeatable offers for Samsung’s newly announced devices

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Earlier today, Samsung held its Galaxy Unpacked event where it unveiled its latest slew of devices that it is working on. Some of these devices, such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, Z Fold3 5G, Galaxy Watch 4, Watch 4 Classic, and Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G have been confirmed to be coming to T-Mobile pretty soon. 

In its release, T-Mobile revealed some pretty exciting offers for these new devices. You can get these devices at a discount or even for free:

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G – Free with trade-in on Magenta MAX
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G or Fold3 5G – $500 off with trade-in on any postpaid plan
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch4 – Free with a new DIGITS line
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic – BOGO with new DIGITS line
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G – 50% off with new line

The two new smartphones are compatible with T-Mobile’s Extended Range 5G and Ultra Capacity 5G network. And if you pair them with Magenta MAX, you can enjoy the perks that it brings.

In addition to these new phones, T-Mobile revealed that they have rolled out a giant Augmented Reality (AR) version of its network map. You can use the QR code here to see the map in action. 

T-Mobile is already accepting pre-orders for the smartphones and watches before its release on August 27th. The Galaxy Tab FE 5G, on the other hand, will be available starting Friday. 

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  • thomas

    most likely these discounts will be apply in the form of monthly credits which is dumb. Just deduct the entire trade in amount from the new galaxy device

    • Shaun Michalak

      Not really.. They have so many trade in offers that if they gave it to you free, then next month there was a different phone, if something was not put in the system right, you could then go for another new phone the following month.. This keeps people from taking advantage of that.

      • Willie D

        And yet there are safeguards in the account that prevent more than one promotion from being applied as a stack. So it would lock out purchase of a new device at a discount within a specific period of time anyway. So yeah thats not a very good excuse. Its just an accounting means of using the future promise of income to pay off the devices discounted today.

        • Shaun Michalak

          But it does not stop you from stopping that account, and starting up a new one.. Maybe put the new one in your mothers, fathers, boyfriends, girlfriends, etc name.. After all, a lot of people have multi lines

    • The One

      Yes – they do this as a way of locking you into a “contract” for 2 years to ensure they keep customers longer. You’re less likely to leave T-Mobile if you know you’ll loose hundreds in bill credits.

  • Nate

    This isn’t really all that good for a Fold 3. Samsung pre-order deal gives you a lot of extras in comparison. My S20+ got all the Samsung perks when I pre-ordered it from T-Mobile even! Guess I’ll pre-order from Samsung this time.