If you’re in the process of attending university, then you’ll be pleased to hear that you can save money on your next smartphone purchase with the special Campus Exclusive discount at T-Mobile. The promotional prices also apply to K-12 and college staff.

Previously this year, the Magenta carrier allowed US college students to save up to $60 on select devices. Well T-Mobile has upped its game and is currently offering savings of up to $100 on certain smartphones, tablets or smartwatches.

While students and K-12/college staff won’t be allowed to save on current flagships like the Galaxy S9, the Campus Exclusive deals include some pretty worthy smartphones.

T-Mobile’s Campus Exclusive deals target students and teachers

For example, you’ll be able to shave $100 off from handsets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, LG V30 and LG V30+. Indeed, the new LG V30S ThinQ just went up for pre-sale in the US, but we don’t expect students to be rushing to spend $929.99 on one.

What’s more, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Active are also on sale. If you don’t want a smartphone you can choose to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab E or LG G Pad X2 8.0 Plus with a discount. Or a Gear S3 Classic/Frontier smartwatch. A host of iOS devices are also included in the promo. Visit T-Mobile’s official page to check them all out.

To take advantage of the deals, you will have to call T-Mobile at this number: 1-844-428-3892.

The carrier will then verify you are a college student or teacher to give you the green light. Yet, there’s another thing you should be aware of. The promotion requires a new line and qualifying plan.

This is a limited time offer, so if you’re fit the category, you should hurry up and place your order before the promotion expires.

But even if you miss it, T-Mobile will probably continue to update its Campus Exclusive page with new offers on a regular basis. So keep an eye on it!

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