T-Mobile offering $1000 off on Galaxy Z Flip3, Z Fold3


T-Mobile is currently running an offer for its premium plans. 

Thanks to a report, we’re getting word of a $1000 off promotion on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 and Galaxy Z Fold3. 

According to leaked documents, customers can get $1000 off on either device when purchased under EIP on a premium plan. Customers who opt to get either device on a non-premium plan, a $500 discount will be given instead. 

The good thing about this offer is that it doesn’t require a device trade-in. You simply need to add a line to qualify for the offer. 

The leaked document reveals that this offer started last October 29th. There’s no word on when it will end. 


Source: The T-Mo Report

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  • steveb944

    Good to know premium is MAX, everyone else is second rate.
    $500 off isn’t terrible though.

    • Cruise Guy

      Somebody has to pay for that $1000. It doesn’t grown on trees. Thats why its reserved for the most lucrative plans. We could give these free to all pre-paid customers in the US. LOL.

  • Fan_Atl77

    Forget it, not changing Plans, Not now for a promo, and increased plan cost…

    • Andrew

      Yeah these promos are trash now that they’re tied to a plan.

      • dcmanryan

        I’m ok if they’re tied to a plan as that part actually makes some sense or people would leave the second a $1k rebate showed up and actually have and did in the past on all of the carriers. Where I do have a problem is when a carrier tries and fails looking at the latest numbers release, is offering substantial better deals for switching to a premium plan which for most current users does nothing but lose benefits and raise ones bill per month. AT&T has heavily advertised their same phone deals for subscribers and I’m guessing that has played into their nearly matching T-Mobiles latest numbers. Between that and T-Mobile’s countless data breaches and complete 180⁰ on customer service since Legere left and people are waking up. For many of us (most?) other carriers have better service than T-Mobile and once a company charges close or the same as the better provider in owns area they’ll switch or look to never come to T-Mobile to begin with.

  • Bklynman

    This phone is all over ebay,broken displays,mosty where the the fold is.

    • Cruise Guy

      Ha. It’s a great phone. I’ve had 3 of them, the first, the 5G, and now this. Kept getting the next version, no problems with the others. My first had a screen issue, but no problems with the new one. Samsung covers a screen replacement, so something is fishy if they are selling these on Ebay. Probably not bright people who didn’t have phone insurance. Excellent phone, and the future of all phones will be foldable. Each derivation will get stronger and stronger. Couldn’t recommend this phone any more. And the price has dropped way down since the first model.

    • Andrew

      I’ve owned two of them and I really don’t understand how people are breaking these phones unless they’re just really careless or literally abusing them…

  • NapoleonSol0

    I don’t see how this is a good deal. I don’t want or need a new line and the expense that goes with it. I’d rather trade in my old phone and get a $500 discount but that doesn’t appear to be an option. Then again, I don’t want a foldable phone either. This deal sucks all around. When can I get a new Galaxy S phone with expandable storage? That’s what I want.

  • Chucky

    I just traded in a Samsung A20 to get a free Pixel 6 (on Magenta Max plan). That didn’t require a new line though.