T-Mobile is holding a Samsung smartphone sale on November 16 and 17

T-Mobile has announced that it will be holding a two-day sale on November 16 and 17. So, this coming Friday and Saturday you’ll be able to get some Samsung smartphones essentially for free. There are caveats though, so read on.

T-Mobile’s trying to bring the taste of Black Friday deals to its customers a week early. And it may succeed in doing that, at least in a way: if Samsung is your favorite smartphone brand, you’ll probably like what the magenta carrier has in store for you.

The Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S Relay 4G, Galaxy S Blaze 4G, and the Galaxy Exhibit II 4G will all end up being free with contracts. However, you will need to pay for them. T-Mobile will then give you a mail-in rebate card for the entire amount you paid for your chosen phone. So free, but only sort of.

Also important is the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note II won’t be part of this deal. Needless to say, you’ll only be able to take advantage of T-Mobile’s rebate offer on Friday and Saturday. Miss out then, and all of the aforementioned devices will return to stock pricing (and stock rebate amounts).

Via T-Mobile Via TmoNews Via Phone Arena

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • http://twitter.com/prakash496 Prakash.TV

    T-Mobile USA’s mail-in-rebate on New Phone purchases and phone upgrades comes with a HIDDEN CATCH that they don’t tell you until after you have made the purchase – You need to be on a minimum $50 a month data plan for the length of the 2-year contract for you to get the rebate processed and the amount sent to you. #TMobile Deceptive tactics. It happened to me last month, so be aware, guys – I am a Current T-mobile USA Customer and been since 2003

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    T-Mobile has been very deceptive with a lot of it’s practices lately. I have put in a complaint with the attorney general’s office. If T-Mobile has made their billions by these types of practices, there should be criminal or, at the least, civil penalty.