T-Mobile to hold “New Year, New Phone Sale” this weekend
T-Mobile today announced that they will be holding a one-weekend sale on their smartphones and other devices, offering many of them at little as $0–$49.99 net down. Much like their Magenta Saturday and 4G Super Sale, the carrier will make it easy for consumers to stop by between January 6th-January 8th and walk out with a new smartphone or tablet without breaking the bank. There are, naturally, a number of Android devices to choose from, but also some BlackBerry and Windows Phone stuff too. Hit the break below to see the press release. When you’re done, head to T-Mobile’s website for additional details.
T-Mobile Rings in 2012 with the “New Year, New Phone Sale”
On Jan. 6–8, all T-Mobile smartphones and select mobile broadband devices are available for as little as $0–$49.99 net down
Following last year’s successful holiday promotions such as “Magenta Saturday” and the “4G Super Sale,” T-Mobile USA, Inc. will help value seekers kick off the new year with the “New Year, New Phone Sale.” For one weekend only, Friday, Jan. 6 through Sunday, Jan. 8, T-Mobile is giving customers the chance to purchase top devices, such as the HTC Amaze™ 4G, Samsung Galaxy S™ II or the T-Mobile®SpringBoard™ tablet, for $49.99 or less net down payment — after a mail-in rebate card — when customers sign up for a new two-year agreement on any qualifying T-Mobile Unlimited Value™ plan.1
“Some people join a gym as a New Year’s resolution while others vow to stay in better touch with friends and loved ones, and T-Mobile wants to help with that resolution,” said John Clelland, Senior Vice President of Marketing, T-Mobile USA. “For consumers who didn’t get the latest mobile phone for the holidays, T-Mobile is giving them a chance to welcome in the new year with the hottest new devices at an affordable price and help them stay better connected in 2012.”
New customers will be eligible for this deal when they sign up for a two-year agreement on any qualifying Unlimited Value plan2. Existing customers also can take advantage of this great sale if they are eligible for an upgrade, meaning they have been on their current service contracts for 18 months or more.
The following is a sample list of some of the exceptional devices available through the “New Year, New Phone Sale”:
|Device||Net Down Payment (After Rebate Card)||Mail-In Rebate Card||Monthly Payment|
|T-Mobile myTouch® Q||$0.00||$50.00||$10.00|
|HTC Radar™ 4G||$49.99||$50.00||$15.00|
|HTC Amaze™ 4G||$49.99||$150.00||$20.00|
|Samsung Galaxy S™ II||$49.99||$150.00||$20.00|
|T-Mobile® Sonic™ 4G Mobile Hotspot||$0.00||$25.00||$5.00|
|T-Mobile® G-Slate™ with Google™ by LG||$49.99||$250.00||$10.00|
The “New Year, New Phone Sale” will be available the weekend of Jan.6–8 at participating T-Mobile retail stores nationwide. For more information about T-Mobile’s “New Year, New Phone Sale” and details about qualifying Unlimited Value plans, which include unlimited talk, text and data for a low price, visit http://deals.t-mobile.com/new-phones?cm_mmc_o=lBgbzkFwpbzCjCzczywEwllCjC5ywllywkwzlwCjCwEpButBkbpzYwMwEfnivv.
1 Equipment installment plans: On approved credit and 0 percent APR. Down payment and unfinanced portion required at purchase. Remaining balance paid in 20 monthly installments. Total post-rebate price of each device equals down payment amount plus monthly payment amount times 20.
2 Devices must be supported with the following data requirements: voice phones: 200 MB data; most smartphones: 2 GB data; 42 Mbps devices (Amaze and Galaxy S II): 5 GB data.
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