For anyone that has access to the T-Mobile advantage program, today is a good day to get a Note 2. Yesterday the Note 2 was $299 after $50 MIR, today they bump the MIR to $300, making the phone just $50! You also don't need to add the unlimited plans, I signed up with 500 minutes, unlimited text, and 2GB data.
The MIR comes in the form of a VISA debit card, takes 6-8 weeks for processing, according to the fine prints.
I'm curious if I can wait for the rebate, then cancel plan, pay the $200 and move to the $30 Walmart plan...?
Just wanted to thank the OP again for pointing out such an awesomee aweesome deal. I was about to pull the trigger on the Tmo sale today, since they had the Note2's listed for $199 and thought that was a great deal. But now I'm getting 5 Notes2 for the price of 1! Thanks, man you deserve a thousand thumbs up. repped as much as I can already.
Ps: I wasn't able to get the advantage discount through the website, so I called and was able to work out a deal the OP mentioned.
No deal for Value Plan. Only for Classic Plan which cost almost the same with AT&T.
When I told them I'm leaving Tmobile, they only offered me $100 off my bill but I have to sign 2 years contract. I pass..
I hope one of you could help me here.
I signed up for a family plan but I failed the indentity validation when they called me. (I could not Wremember the address of a place I rented 20 yrs ago). So they told me I have to go to a store and sign up there. I have perfect credit score btw.
The problem is that the stores do not honor the $50 price for the phone. Is there any way around this? I can try to sign up again, but I think that TM would flag it and cancel my order again. Any suggestion are greatly appreciated.
Firstly, the website is not exactly well maintained. The note is listed for $49.99 for me so I tried to get customer loyalty to match it and they both firmly would not allow that. Given that today everyone's asking for free shit they wouldn't even let me have the smae price without a MIR.
If you look under the Note2 and look at "offer details", it will take you to the rebate PDF. It says Even More Plus are exempt. You MUST get the classic unlimited that is current or be prepared to see a MIR rejection. It says nothing about this on the website but if you read the MIR the MIR department will check your account to see a few things: 1) You are active 2) you have made at least 1 call to a cell phone that is not with Tmobile 3) You have Unlimited classic plan 4) You have the Unlimited Nationwide 4g data plan. If any of those are not in place, doesn't matter what a website said or what customer rep tells you, the MIR department is separate and you'll be out some hard cash cause these MIRs are steep.
Im pretty sure this deal is not what it seems.
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How long have you been with T-Mobile? I've been with them for almost 5 years. I wonder if I can get the same deal. Thanks.
I didn't qualify for the advantage program but I just got off the phone with retention. I got myself a new Samsung Note II for $199 After MIR, and as a thanks for being a loyal customer they gave me a $160 credit to my account.
Whoever already ordered, if you can confirm this is the same rebate form that'd be great. I don't know if it is cause it mentions 200mb plan and doesn't have an amount the MIR is for but this was the PDF given to me on the Advantage program for Federal gov employee program. Customer service also has no idea what that is so if you go this route, you're kind of going off on your own.
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