T-Mobile Black Friday sale: Galaxy Note 2 for $199, HTC One S for free, and loads more

by: Bams SadewoNovember 23, 2012

Trust T-Mobile to reveal its Black Friday promotion in the 11th hour, but at least the details are now here for folks who have been waiting to see what crazy hot deals the carrier has up its sleeve. Can you say cheaper Galaxy Note 2?

That’s right – the very same smartphone that was left out from its two-day sale last week is getting its long overdue discount treatment. For today only, you can get the Galaxy Note 2 for $199 (after a $100 mail-in rebate). Need we remind you that the phone usually goes for $370 on contract? Well, we just did.

If you can’t say no to smartphones being offered for free, we suggest you don’t hit the link below. Up for grabs are the HTC One S, the LG Optimus L9, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G, and the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. For those who are looking for a special deal on tablets, T-Mo is also offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 for free. And yes, they all come with the mandatory two-year service agreement.

Anyone planning to get the discounted Galaxy Note 2? How about them free phones? Remember folks, the deal ends today!
  • Twisted247

    Props to T mobile for putting the best of a phone on sale for black Friday at such an affordable price. They are slashing the contract price by $170 that’s very generous. And the fact that T-Mobile runs Hspa+ means you’ll have one hell of a dominant phone. That’s the beauty of picking up the Gn2 on either At&T or T-Mobile you get on At&t 4G LTE then you fall back on HSPA and T-Mobile is building their market the same. You already have kick ass 4G speeds then when they launch LTE your current 4G will be your back up. Because the radios are compatible which is killer. Cause if your on Verizon or Sprint and you have LTE you will be dropping back to 3G if your LTE signal fades. That was what I originally looked at At&t for possibly switching when buying the Gn2 but once comparing plans and pricing I couldn’t even match my current plan with Sprint but got up to $120 and still want even at the options I have with Sprint while being unlimited. So it was a no go. But the one thing AT&T has going for them is their data speeds on the Android tablet in my house it gets 40+mb/s regularly on LTE so does my uncles i5. Then when the tablet falls to hspa it still stands on a solid 15-22mb/s. Which for falling back on that is pretty damn impressive.

    • Jeff Smith

      Yeah, great for you Twister. But that at your location. It won’t be like that at my location.