December 22, 2014

Get Your Vibrant for $0.01 from Amazon!

We are going to let the above image do most of the talking, but long story short, if you are looking to open a new account with T-Mobile, this is the deal for you.  Right now at amazon.com, you can sign up for new service and receive the Samsung Vibrant for 1 shiny penny!  We don’t know how long this deal is going to last, so pull the trigger now while the getting is good!



  • Ryan

    Wow… Being a T-Mobile customer for over 10 years really has its perks! /sarcasm

    I really can’t wrap my head around that logic. “New customer? Free $200 phone! Yay!!! Loyal Customer? Here’s a $50 discount. Now screw off.”

    • opiate46

      I agree completely. The phone has been out barely a month, and it’s now $.01? I’m tempted to take it back and demand they compensate me for the difference, but I’m sure they don’t give a shit.

    • opiate46

      I agree completely. The phone has been out barely a month, and it’s now $.01? I’m tempted to take it back and demand they compensate me for the difference, but I’m sure they don’t give a shit.

  • tottyrice

    ok a have a couple of questions so i hope that you guys could help me…
    so i’m thinking about switching to t-mobile from verizon should i just wait a few months for the holiday season to switch over when better/faster phones come out like the mytouch HD(whatever it’s called) or should i just take this deal and switch now? last, does the vibrant take full advantage of the HSPA+(it’s up where i live) like say it was built for HSPA+ like the mytouch HD?

    • Steve

      tottyrice: This is the Samsung Galaxy S (which you can get on most every provider). It isn’t HSPA.

  • Ryan

    Guys, this is an Amazon promotion, not a T-Mobile one. Sure, it had to get run by T-Mobile first, but it’s still the same price inside a T-Mobile store or even on their web site, so not sure what the fuss is about.

  • Andrew

    I don’t get what all the fuss about. T-Mobile’s on-contract plans are more expensive, so how much you pay for the phone initially really doesn’t matter.

  • bob

    So I did a quick comparison with amazon and tmobile websites. The out the door cost is $150 at amazon vs $1000 at tmobile. The monthly bill comes out to about the same. Whats the catch? Why is it so cheap on amazon??