Buy one Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge from T-Mobile, get one free for a limited time

by: Jimmy WestenbergMarch 9, 2016

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If you’ve been thinking about making the jump to T-Mobile and are in the market for a new Android phone, we have quite the deal for you. T-Mobile has just announced that for a limited time, it’s offering a buy one, get one promotion on Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

Beginning Thursday, March 10 online and Friday, March 11 in retail stores, you can buy a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge on T-Mobile and get another one for free. Considering the fact that these devices aren’t the cheapest on the market, this is a pretty good deal. With all promotions though, there are a few caveats to talk about first. At least one of these Galaxy devices will need to be on a new line of service, and you have to purchase them both on an equipment installment plan. You’ll then get the full retail price of the second Galaxy device in the form of a prepaid MasterCard. T-Mobile is extending this offer to folks who pre-ordered the phone, too.

Samsung-Galaxy-S7-and-s7-edge-1See also: AT&T offer: Buy one Samsung Galaxy S7, get another free24

If that’s not enough to get you to switch to the Un-carrier, there’s more. In addition to the deals mentioned above, purchasing a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge on a qualifying plan will also get you a free Samsung Gear VR, a 6-game bundle and a full year of Netflix. The 6 games included in the bundle aren’t listed, though T-Mobile says the games are estimated at a $50 value. For more details on the Gear VR offer, head to this link. And as always, T-Mobile will also cover your switching costs up to $650 per line.

This deal might not be for everyone, but it certainly seems like it’ll be enough to entice some customers to switch. If you’re interested in taking advantage of this killer promotion, head to the link below to check out the Galaxy S7 on T-Mobile!

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  • kennsg

    MUST HAVE THIS..NOW! I did the verizon 3 month deal. now its time to move on.
    Cant wait..Cya Verizon

  • droidtomtom

    Pre-paid master card? Always have bad experiences with those. I now see why Samsung is still offering multiple carrier specifics models. Likely in exchange for getting prominent promotions by the carriers like this one. Perhaps an unlocked model will be out in 6 months. Hopefully one supporting Project FI.

    • Jonathon Rios

      Can you pull the money out of the prepaid card for cash? or can it at least be used to pay bills, buy groceries etc.?

      • droidtomtom

        Not sure which deal they have with MasterCard on this one. Buying groceries is my preferred way to use them. Typically you can’t buy gas at the pump with them but have to pre-pay in store which always ends up being a mess. The frustrating part is most of these cards make you register it before you first use it which means your first time using it a the store doesn’t work. And they loose/steal money every month to fees.

  • aaloo

    Man. Just sell the phone for 300 bucks.