T-Mobile is about to launch a BOGO deal for the new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR smartphones, as well as the older iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Under
T-Mobile is about to launch a BOGO deal for the new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR smartphones, as well as the older iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Under this deal, anyone who purchases one of these iPhones will potentially get another one for free. The purchase includes a $700 discount on the second iPhone, as well as a free line of service for the second device.
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We’re only a couple days removed from Apple’s unveiling of the latest iPhones, but carriers are already trotting out their prices and deals, T-Mobile among them.
Starting on September 15, anyone — including existing customers — can get one of the new iPhone handsets or the iPhone 8 and receive a $700 credit toward a second iPhone model.
The phones will need to be purchased under T-Mobile’s device installment plan, which breaks the cost up into 24 chunks paid over 24 months. The second device under the BOGO deal must valued equal to or less than the purchased device; a total of 12 lines can utilize the deal, as well.
Though the new deal doesn’t start until tomorrow, September 15, T-Mobile says it will automatically be applied to any pre-orders that qualify. Assuming someone takes advantage of the promotion before midnight on September 20, and also assuming that someone is a ONE 2+ voice line plan customer who is adding a line, T-Mobile will give them a voice line for free.
Put simply, that means eligible T-Mobile customers will be able to buy a new iPhone with a new line of service (that they pay for) and in exchange receive $700 off a second iPhone, as well as a free line of service for it.
Assuming you don’t need two iPhones, T-Mobile’s previously revealed $300-off deal remains for single iPhone purchases. Under this, customers will need to trade in an eligible iPhone, after which point they’ll get up to $300 off a new iPhone purchased under an installment plan.

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