T-Mobile: Running discounts on select phones up to $1000 off

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According to a report, T-Mobile has announced new offers for their most expensive plans. This is in addition to the earlier reported offers on the latest Galaxy Z Fold3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip3. 

But apart from these two phones, T-Mo has some pretty good offers in store for customers on a T-Mobile ONE Plus, Magenta Plus, or Magenta MAX plan. Here are the available offers: 

  • Apple iPhone 6 Plus – $700 off
  • Apple iPhone 6S – $700 off
  • Apple iPhone 6S Plus – $700 off
  • Apple iPhone 7 – $700 off
  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus – $700 off
  • Apple iPhone 8 – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone 8 Plus – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone 11 Pro – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone SE2 – $700 off
  • Apple iPhone X – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone XR – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone XS – $1000 off
  • Apple iPhone XS Max – $1000 off
  • Asus Rog Phone2 – $1000 off
  • Google Pixel 2 – $700 off
  • Google Pixel 2 XL – $700 off
  • Google Pixel 3 – $700 off
  • Google Pixel 3 XL – $700 off
  • Google Pixel 3a – $700 off
  • Google Pixel 3a XL – $700 off
  • Google Pixel 4 – $1000 off
  • Google Pixel 4 XL – $1000 off
  • Google Pixel 4a – $1000 off
  • Huawei P20 Lite – $700 off
  • LG G7 ThinQ Series – $700 off
  • LG G8 ThinQ – $700 off
  • LG G8X ThinQ – $700 off
  • LG K51 – $700 off
  • LG Stylo 6 – $700 off
  • LG V35 ThinQ – $700 off
  • LG V40 ThinQ – $700 off
  • LG V50 ThinQ – $1000 off
  • LG V60 ThinQ 5G – $1000 off
  • LG Velvet – $700 off 
  • LG Wing – $1000 off
  • Kyocera DualForce Pro 2 – $700 off
  • Moto razr 5G – $1000 off
  • Moto Razr Phone – $700 off
  • Moto Razr Phone2 – $700 off
  • moto Z4 – $700 off
  • OnePlus 5 – $700 off
  • OnePlus 5T – $700 off
  • OnePlus 6 – $700 off
  • OnePlus 6T – $700 off
  • OnePlus 7 Pro 5G – $1000 off
  • OnePlus 7T – $1000 off
  • OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren – $1000 off
  • OnePlus 8 5G – $1000 off 
  • OnePlus 8 Pro – $1000 off
  • RED Hydrogen One – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A20 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A20s – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A30 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A50 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A50s – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A51 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A70 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A71 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A71 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A8+ – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy A9 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+– $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 – $700 off 
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ – $700 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S10+ – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold – $1000 off
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 – $1000 off

In addition, T-Mobile has exchanged its currently running 50% off new line offer for a Buy One Get One (BOGO) offer. As revealed in this report, T-Mobile will be ending its 50% off new line promo on August 12th and replacing it with the BOGO offer.

There are certain conditions that need to be met, such as you need to have two paid voice lines of service (T-Mobile) or at least one paid voice line of service (Sprint). You also need to add two new voice lines on eligible plans.

T-Mobile will reveal more information about this BOGO offer once it becomes available. 

 

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  • marque2

    I think this is a step backwards. They hadany of these deals last week too, but last week we didn’t need to get a new phone line. This week we need one.

    • marque2

      I guess this is coming out tomorrow. I. Must be seeing today’s plans. Alas though. I can’t get Magenta Max for a othe 9 months because I accepted free lines. Over the summwr

  • Bklynman

    This can’t be right. I see at least dozen phones on this list T-Mobile doesn’t sell any longer.
    Half of them from Lg, To my knowledge no carrier(at least in the US market) ever sold RED Hydrogen One. Good to know I can get $700 off s7,now the price is down to between $60-$100 on Ebay,so Tmo will give me rebate of $700 if Ibuy one from Ebay,or from the BackMarket?

    • Nikitao1

      TMobile rep here. Can 100% verify these are accurate trade in values. Best promo in a long time!

      • Fan_Atl77

        Trade in, yes, but Adding a new line of service on an eligible plan, is a No Go for Now

      • dcmanryan

        Now if there was a free line available and these offers stacked I’d agree but these deals are DOA for most users and not much of a deal IMO.

  • Bklynman

    They are giving rebates on phones they don’t sell anymore, or never had!!

  • Misty

    The old but not so old T-Mobile ONE seems got no good offer this time.
    Anyway, all promotion need a new line, which I don’t need.

  • Hmmmm… we shall see how interesting this will be

  • marque2

    I was right, most of the deals were better last week. They had trade ins for older plans and didn’t require a new line. This is a downgrade from last week’s offers, except they have a few new phones available

  • Nav Harriram

    Y’all in the comments have no idea how good of a deal this is

    • Willie D

      Its really not that great of a deal when you think of the cost of Magenta and MAX and you have to already have 2 lines, then ADD 2 more to only get 1 of them free, so basically 4 lines for the price of 3. The only good deal is if you are a Sprint customer as more plans are allowed to take advantage not to mention the requirement of having 1 line to start. Plus this is with trade ins – before it was no trade in, then it was trade in but didnt require new lines to be added now its basically change your plan, add lines, trade in devices, wait 2 years for a full discount…. So no. Not that great of a deal.

      • marque2

        To be fair, they are giving away half price lines right now. So add $250 to the cost of the phones.

    • Bodycount

      seems you can’t do simple math. you might get a discount now but you’re paying for it with additional lines over time.