T-Mobile are offering their US customers a Buy-One-Get-One-Free offer on the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. The company took to Reddit yesterday to inform their customers of the deal, which starts today.
According to the Reddit post:
“We’re kicking off an incredible Buy One Get One FREE offer for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Starting May 12 and for a limited time, eligible customers who purchase a qualifying Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+ on EIP and activate at least one new line on T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited with unlimited high speed data can get a Galaxy S8 for free after rebate. The max value of the rebate is the FRP ($750.00) of the Samsung Galaxy S8
•Customers will receive a Prepaid MasterCard® card for the value of the Samsung Galaxy S8 when they meet the following requirements:◦Purchase two of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and/or Samsung Galaxy S8+ qualified devices. ◦Use EIP to purchase both of the devices. ◦Add a new line on T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited with unlimited high speed data during the promotional period to use with one of the new devices.◾If upgrading an existing line, the existing line must also be on T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited with unlimited high speed data during the promotional period. ◾As a reminder, customers must activate a new phone number to be eligible for this promotion. Numbers that have been active on T-Mobile in the last 30 days are not eligible for the promotion. Customers should not be encouraged to cancel a number to take advantage of this promotion. Do it the right way.
•Rebates will be mailed within six to eight weeks after successful validation. •An SMS Campaign will go out to qualifying customers starting May 12. Verbiage: ‘Get a FREE Galaxy S8 when you order a Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ with T-Mobile, after rebate w/ 24- mo. finance agmts. For a ltd. time. Get yours: (link to product page on tmo.com) ‘”
You can find out more, including the terms and conditions by checking out the post yourself HERE.
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