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T-Mobile - $150 rebate on Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5

Notasaurus 124 18 May 7, 2016 at 07:37 AM in Cell Phones (7) More T-Mobile Deals
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Last Edited by Notasaurus May 7, 2016 at 07:44 AM
My first deal so be gentle...

T-Mobile has a $150 rebate on the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. Note 5 has an additional $60 off with code DEAL60.

Rebate details says paid by check within 6 weeks.

Example:
Samsung Galaxy S6
$579 - $150 MIR = $429

32GB Galaxy Note 5
$699 - $60(DEAL60) = $639 - $150 MIR = $489

Not the cheapest I've ever seen these phones but it is the cheapest I've seen new T-Mobile versions. These will be locked to the carrier but for those of us on T-Mobile the benefit of Wifi-Calling and VoLTE support is a benefit.

These have to be purchased from T-Mobile so all prices are +tax

http://www.t-mobile.com/offer/sam...VVHOVR4865

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Why not S7, buy one get one free from Bestbuy?
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Why not S7, buy one get one free from Bestbuy?
T-Mobile is clearly trying to move stock of "older" phones to make room for newer models, like the upcoming Note 6. This type of deal only makes sense for people who don't need bleeding edge performance and don't want to jump through hoops of service activation/deactivation to get a rebate for a phone not fully compatible with the T-Mobile VoLTE/WiFi technology implementation.
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T-Mobile is clearly trying to move stock of "older" phones to make room for newer models, like the upcoming Note 6. This type of deal only makes sense for people who don't need bleeding edge performance and don't want to jump through hoops of service activation/deactivation to get a rebate for a phone not fully compatible with the T-Mobile VoLTE/WiFi technology implementation.
Refurbished S7 from eBay is in the same price range of this S6 too.
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Refurbished S7 from eBay is in the same price range of this S6 too.
The listing does not specify the exact model (variant) of the device, so that is a gamble if you are looking for T-Mobile specific network features. Additionally comparing any refurbished unit to a brand new sealed one with proper manufacturer makes little sense.
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Why not S7, buy one get one free from Bestbuy?
Link, please
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Link, please
You need a link to bestbuy?
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Note 5 is currently $60 off with code DEAL60, making it $490ish.
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Quote from WuyiL View Post :
Why not S7, buy one get one free from Bestbuy?
I didnt see a buy one get one free deal for the tmobile s7. The only phones i see listed for tmobile are the iphone 6 and galaxy s6...
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Thanks for posting, saving money on Tmobile is far and few these days
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Nearly $450 for an S6, still? Eh...
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Why not S7, buy one get one free from Bestbuy?
I can't find this TMOBILE deal On BestBuy. Are you talking about the Verizon BOGO?
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can i jump on demand 3x to each device to get 3 rebates?
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I just bought Note 5 for $699 24 months plan. What am I going to do now? HELP !!!
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Quote from niftydl View Post :
The listing does not specify the exact model (variant) of the device, so that is a gamble if you are looking for T-Mobile specific network features. Additionally comparing any refurbished unit to a brand new sealed one with proper manufacturer makes little sense.
If it's the listing I'm thinking of, it's listed as the G930P, which is the Sprint variant.
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