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16GB Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone for T-Mobile + 1-Month Service EXPIRED

yuugotserved 68,156 134,208 September 19, 2014 at 02:31 PM in Smartphones (5) More Net on the Run Deals
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Promoted 09-19-2014 by iconian at 11:41 PM View Original Post
NetOnTheRun has 16GB Samsung Galaxy S5 4G LTE Smartphone for T-Mobile (No Contract) + 1-Month Service w/ Unlimited Talk, Text, 4G LTE Data for $474.99. Shipping is $9.99. Thanks yuugotserved

Specs:
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5GHz Quad Core CPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB Internal Memory
  • 5.1" 1920x1080 Super AMOLED Display w/ 16MP rear and 2MP Front Cameras
  • 2800mAh Battery
  • Android 4.4.2 KitKat

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Written by iconian

Included is 1-month of service (normally $69/month) with unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data. After that, you may select the $39 plan which includes unlimited talk/text and 1GB of 4G LTE data or the $69 plan.

Head over to Engadget for their review of this phone.

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Edited September 19, 2014 at 10:18 PM by yuugotserved
NetOnTheRun

Back again for those who missed this +38 Popular Deal. Although this deal is $25 more than the previous deal, this includes 1-Month Unlimited 4G LTE Data vs 1GB from the previous deal. You may then downgrade to the $39 plan for 1GB Data after your trial.

T-Mobile 16GB Samsung Galaxy S5 4G LTE Smartphone (No Contract) + 1-Month Service w/ Unlimited Talk, Text, 4G LTE Data

$475 + $9.99 shipping
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Last Edited by kalawera September 21, 2014 at 12:20 PM
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Service is billed at the beginning of every month via email. Once you receive your first bill you can register for auto-payment and receive a $2 per month discount. We prorate the initial service based on activation. Since these current purchases are happening at the end of the month your first bill would be 11/1 payment. If you want to cancel service, you can fill out a ticket or just not pay the invoice we send to be paid on 11/1. Your credit card will NOT be charged for this invoice automatically.

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#4
just wondering why the thumbs down? is it the company? seems fairly cheap for an s5 unlocked, or am I missing something? it's 550 on amazon... just curious is all.
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#5
this is a good deal if you are looking for a BRAND NEW not used refurb BS S5, esp for Tmobile GSM

a bonus is you get 1 month of service with the price. it would be nice to NOT have it so its cheaper, but hey. its still cheaper than the rest

to think that BS HTC M8 refurb deal got so many thumbs up. its refurb! no free service. and S5 > M8 and TMO > ATT
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#6
Too bad the $25 discount code no longer work.
In previous deal, someone posted a $25 discount code on 9/4 AFTER the original deal was dead on 9/2.
So with that discount code, made the previous deals $450 - $25 + $10 shipping = $435 but only good between 9/4 to 9/7. And a lot of people didn't notice the post from sweetsouth about the coupon since Mod already moved the thread to deal talk after the original deal is dead.

Now this deal is $475+10 = $485
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Last edited by MozartA September 19, 2014 at 07:55 PM
#7
seems like a good deal to me
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Quote from jablanc View Post :
just wondering why the thumbs down? is it the company? seems fairly cheap for an s5 unlocked, or am I missing something? it's 550 on amazon... just curious is all.
isheeps are thumbing it down because they wish their iPhone 6 was cheaper
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#9
I am thinking of switching to T-Mobile from Sprint. If I buy this, would I be able to use it in T-Mobile without any problem? TIA
Found the answer in the previous thread. It will out of the box!
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Last edited by OhFrugal September 19, 2014 at 04:54 PM
#10
Sold sorry!
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Last edited by Significa September 20, 2014 at 09:28 AM

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#11
Bought one from last deal.
I was going to return it as it was "too big". However, after playing with it for a few days, I decided to keep the phone.
- For those on the fence, YES this will work on T-mobile network without any issues (no unlock necessary). I am currently on T-Mobile (well, harbor mobile, which uses T-Mobile SIM) and I have no issues, WiFi calling works without having to tweak anything.
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#12
this is a good deal
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Quote from Significa View Post :
I bought one last time but I decided not to keep it. Reviews seem to say its a minor upgrade from the S4 that I have. I still haven't opened it, if anyone is in NYC, they can pick it up from me at cost.

$460 ($450 on sale last time + $10 shipping)
wish you were in Socal. real good deal on the phone. might have to order. was considering iPhone, but last iPhone I had was a 3g
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#14
Is there any service difference between Netontherun and going through tmobile? Like roaming issues? Seems like a good phone to get when signing up for the ETF and unlimited data referral after trading in cheapo phone. Just don't know difference between signing up with NOTR and Tmobile.
iwheela
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#15
After the 1 month trial, can I cancel the plan and just use my own tmobile sim card?
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