Independence Day is here and once again, major tech companies in the country are up and running as they look to attract more buyers to their shops.
T-Mobile is no exception, being one of the most used carriers in the United States. Apparently, the giant carrier has some amazing smartphone and tablets deals on offer with respect to Samsung Galaxy devices. If you have been looking to grab yourself a new Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, this might just be one of the best opportunities for you to save some dollars for yourself. T-Mobile, on this Fourth of July, will be selling the two phones with a discount of $50.
The good side of the story is that this deal is available for all types of buyers at T-Mobile, whether you want to pay for the phone right away or even take advantage of the carrier’s contracts. Following the application of the deal, the price of the Galaxy S7 on T-Mobile has now dropped to $629.99 for those paying cash. As for the contract lovers, there is no upfront payment needed for a contract of 24 months with each month attracting a fee of $26.25.
As for the 5.5-inch curved dual-edge Galaxy S7 Edge, the price is now down to $739.99. Unlike the standard Galaxy S7 which sees the upfront fee eliminated with this deal, those who want to take advantage of the July Fourth T-Mobile deal will still need to part with $19.99 of upfront fee, which will be followed by a monthly payment period of 24 months with $30 for each month.
Save $200 with a new Galaxy Tab S2
It gets even better for T-Mobile users as the company’s July Fourth deals also see the Galaxy Tab E discounted at 50%, but there is a catch. In order to buy the Tab E at 50% discount, you must also have bought any of these phones – Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+ or Galaxy S6.
If the Galaxy Tab E is not your thing, you can also get a brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 for $200 less with the purchase of any of the aforementioned smartphones. At the moment, the Tab S2 is valued at $649.99. Remember, these deals are limited to time and as such, hurry before they actually expire.