As the Thanksgiving Day holiday frenzy is just a fortnight away, the US telecom operator T-Mobile has announced massive offers for the customers, including buy-one-get-one free or BOGO offers.
The devices included within the BOGO offers include Samsung Galaxy S10 series and the Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones. Besides these, there are LG G8 ThinQ and a host of tablets and smartwatches to be won for those customers willing to commit themselves to the mobile service from T-Mobile. The company says it has initiated massive expansion of its service coverage across the United States.
The Key BOGO Offers
As mentioned, the key part of these holiday-season offers announced by T-Mobile is led by Samsung devices. The BOGO offer covers Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S105G and Galaxy Note10 and Note 10+. It goes without saying that the buyer has to activate the device with a T-Mobile connection to be eligible for the offer. The free offer is passed on in the form of monthly bill credits. There are other benefits packed in this offer with free Netflix, customer protection and so on. Study the plans carefully before you sign on the dotted line. The LG G8 ThinQ is another device with a similar BOGO offer. Some devices are included for free bill credits once you activate a voice line within an existing plan with T-Mobile.
Offer on Smartwatches& Tablets
In the case of the smartwatches from T-Mobile, if you buy a Samsung Galaxy Watch, the second one is added as bill credits in your monthly bills. You can buy other brand smartwatches and avail $200 off on the second smartwatch you plan to buy. T-Mobile is trying to target families through these offers since such multiple device purchases can suit them. Maybe a few friends can get together and benefit from the BOGO offers as well.
If you had planned to go for a tablet this season, then T-Mobile is ready to offer a Samsung Galaxy Tab A free with monthly credits if you opted for a 6GB data plan or higher. It becomes 50% if the device chosen is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.
For those hooked on to the iOS ecosystem, there is the offer of an iPhone 8 for free or up to $450 off an iPhone 8 Plus when you trade in a qualifying older iPhone and activate a new voice line.
T-Mobile has gone on to provide detailed statistics on its website on how it has expanded its mobile service to cover as many as 326 million, practically the whole population of the US. The company says it has added 25,000 cellphone towers to its infrastructure and the LTE coverage area is more than 1,000,000 square miles.