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T-mobile one new promo 4 lines for 140. lines 3rd and 4th 50% off (2 new lines for the Price of 1 - must add 2 lines, existing customers on T-mobile one qualifies)

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Price breakdown if you are a new customer
Line 1: $70.00
Line 2: $50.00
Line 3: $10.00 (50% discount) - original price of 20. 10 dollar bill credit per month
Line 4: $10.00 (50% discount) - original price of 20. 10 dollar bill credit per month.
Line 5: $20.00 ($25 with $5.00 Autopay discount)
Line 6: $20.00 ($25 with $5.00 Autopay discount)
Line 7: $20.00 ($25 with $5.00 Autopay discount)
Line 8: $20.00 ($25 with $5.00 Autopay discount)
Line 9: $20.00 ($25 with $5.00 Autopay discount)
Line 10: $30.00
Line 11: $30.00
Line 12: $30.00
Total with discount: $330.00
Taxes and fees included.
(thanks javahooked for correction on autopay)

Still a T-mobile one plan, just different pricing structure and different auto pay discount.
Compatible with 20% insider hookup (expired promo).

Still can retain the One Plus promo on lines that was a free upgrade from previous plan when u switch.
Adding one plus promo to new lines will cost 5 dollars additional.
(for those unfamiliar the "one plus" feature allows you to watch video at full speeds, not 480p video stream cap and gives you 10gb of hotspot)

(Update: according to twitter adding hd one plus feature will cost additional 5 dollars instead of 25. Free one plus feature has long expired)

Still retains 10 dollar kickback per line if you dont exceed 2gb per month.

Those with t-mobile One two lines for 100 previously who wants to add 3rd and 4th line for 10 dollars each will be switched to new plan promotion.

Those with old t-mobile one plans must add two lines for the price of one. To clarify, you must have a minimum of 2 lines already. You must add two more lines.

Ex:
----I have 4 lines t-mobile one already can i just switch to this plan and get my existing lines 3 and 4 at half off? ----
NO! You must add two lines. You dont switch plans.

----I have 6 lines, how can i opt into this deal?----
Yes! You must add two new lines.
--- I have 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 or 7 or 8 or 9 or 10 lines.----
Add two more lines for the price of one.

----Do i have to switch to new pricing promo plan if i already have t-mobile One (old plans) and want to add two lines for the price of one? ----
NO! (read exception below)

----I have T-mobile one 2 lines for 100 special promo can i add 2 more lines for the special price?----
NO! this is the exception, you must switch to new plan then add 2 new lines in order to qualify.


Compared to old promo plan (all with autopay applied only to first 8 lines)
2 lines 100
3 lines 140
4 lines 160
lines 5-8 = 20 each
lines 9-12 = 30 each
Total 12 lines = 360 with autopay.

T-Mobile ONE™ Promotion: 2 lines for the Price of 1
FAQ

What is the 2 lines for the price of 1 promotion?
Starting May 25, for a limited time only, new customers activating 2 lines on T-Mobile ONE, and existing customers with at least 2 voice lines on T-Mobile ONE, can get 2 additional lines for the price of 1. For a family of four, it's just $35 per line a month with taxes and fees INCLUDED after bill credits and with AutoPay!

How do I get the 2 lines for the price of 1 promotion?
Starting May 25, simply visit a T-Mobile store, www.T-Mobile.com or call 1-866-437-9418 and switch to this promotional plan.

Who is eligible for the 2 lines for the price of 1 promotion?
New and existing customers are eligible to receive this offer as long as they are on a qualifying rate plan, have two paid voice lines, and an account in good standing. Customers with one voice line will need to migrate to T-Mobile One and add a second paid voice line to qualify for additional 2 lines for the price of 1.

Do all lines qualify for the 2 lines for the price is 1 promotion?
New customers simply need to activate 2 voice lines on a T-Mobile ONE plan. Existing customers must have two paid T-Mobile ONE voice lines. After that, you can add a combination of qualifying Voice, Mobile Internet (Tablet, LineLink, or SyncUP) and Wearable lines for this offer.

If I am in the 2 lines for $100 promotional T-Mobile ONE plan, can I add 2 lines for the price of 1?
The 2 for $100 was a special promotional plan, but we can get you the amazing 4 line price of $35 each by moving you to an eligible plan with AutoPay.

https://explore.t-mobile.com/t-mobile-one-faq
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I already have 4 lines with tmobile. Does it apply to existing?
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Here's a good run down on the differences between Simple Choice vs One.

I have a free promotional Simple Choice 4th line that I use to tether 10GB per month to my laptop. I pay $138 inc tax and fees for the 4 lines with unlimited voice and text with 10GB per line.

https://support.t-mobile.com/thread/138044
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I already have 2 line for $100 after autopay. How much would it cost me to add another line, for 3 lines total? How about adding 2 lines for 4 lines total?
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Still can retain the One Plus promo when switching and can add it to addition lines for HD streaming and hotspot.
Wouldn't a plan change result in losing the OnePlus Promo on lines that already have it?
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Wouldn't a plan change result in losing the OnePlus Promo on lines that already have it?
I checked with tforce on twitter and thats they said you can keep the hd one plus promo. Like with anything always triple check. I only asked twice. =)
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I am currently on 4 lines for $100 account and have been thinking to move to One for unlimited data..I think this will make me move
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Basically two additional lines: $20 - $10 x 2 kickbacks = 2 free lines
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I checked with tforce on twitter and thats they said you can keep the hd one plus promo. Like with anything always triple check. I only asked twice. =)
Ok, thanks. I hope that's how it works but I've learned that even the reps don't always understand all the intricacies of these plans and promos. The only way to know for sure is once someone does it and actually sees how it ends up on the bill.
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too bad. according to this 6 lines would cost me $190 incl tax/fees. right now i am paying $165 incl tax/fees for 6 lines with simple choice
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Basically two additional lines: $20 - $10 x 2 kickbacks = 2 free lines
No. Your pricing structure will change. 2 lines for 120. Then 10 for 3rd and 10 for 4th line.
140 for 4 lines. With kickback on two lines its 120 total. So its 20 extra assuming ur on the current 2 lines for 100 and want to add two more lines and not going over 2gb for those two added lines.
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No. Your pricing structure will change. 2 lines for 120. Then 10 for 3rd and 10 for 4th line.
140 for 4 lines. With kickback on two lines its 120 total. So its 20 extra assuming ur on the current 2 lines for 100 and want to add two more lines and not going over 2gb for those two added lines.
so it would be 3 lines for $130 vs my 2 lines for $100. Not that hot anymore.
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No. Your pricing structure will change. 2 lines for 120. Then 10 for 3rd and 10 for 4th line.
140 for 4 lines. With kickback on two lines its 120 total. So its 20 extra assuming ur on the current 2 lines for 100 and want to add two more lines and not going over 2gb for those two added lines.
You are correct for those with 2 for $100 but it's two free lines with kickbacks under the new pricing structure. Yes no?
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Can I add additional lines, but for a brother who lives out of state? Or does TMobile (and the other carriers) still demand all phones be homed from one state/regional area/address?
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where did you get that breakdown? The press release talks about free after bill credits. Your breakdown looks like they're reducing the AAL cost.
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