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T-mobile port line for $750 off iPhone XR, 8, 8 Plus, Xs, Xs Max (no trade in required)

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https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-40185


Haven't seen this posted anywhere yet. Get 24 bill credits when you purchase any iPhone via the extended installment plan and port your number to T-mobile...basically a free iPhone XR without needing to trade in your old phone! Great if you are already on T-mobile and looking to add another line to your family plan!

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Not bad not really free. New line is required and the eip is tied to that line. Depends on how much that extra line is for your account.
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Quick question...

If you add a line to your existing plan, does that new line get the same pricing and features of your current lines? OR does it get added with whatever plans they have available at the moment?
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Quick question...

If you add a line to your existing plan, does that new line get the same pricing and features of your current lines? OR does it get added with whatever plans they have available at the moment?
Typically it gets put on the same plan that you have already
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Thanks for the head's up.. I definitely need to port back into T-mobile, since my sprint's 1 yr is ending in july
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"Contact us before canceling wireless service to continue device payments, or credits stop & remaining balance on device at full price is due."

Does anyone know what does this means? It sounds to me like they will continue to issue credit even if you cancel the new line if you contact them first. But that's too good to be true...
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"Contact us before canceling wireless service to continue device payments, or credits stop & remaining balance on device at full price is due."

Does anyone know what does this means? It sounds to me like they will continue to issue credit even if you cancel the new line if you contact them first. But that's too good to be true...
They probably want to try to talk you into keeping the line, as well as warn about the implications of canceling.
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So you have to already be a customer to get this otherwise if you are a new customer it will require 2+ lines added if you read the fine print. So kinda sucks if that is true
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Kind of annoying they started adding no porting from mvno's.
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logicetKind of annoying they started adding no porting from mvno's.
​it is only tmobile mvno's...
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They probably want to try to talk you into keeping the line, as well as warn about the implications of canceling.
I guess so. I guess too many people complained about losing credit and not understanding that you need to keep the line.
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​No, it totally makes sense. They will allow you to cancel wireless service and continue to give you credit for the iPhone XR. Basically, it makes that line 100% free! I plan on doing this with about 25 lines, but obviously with everyone doing this brilliant plan the price on the iphone XR will drop..
One discount per account. Good luck opening 25 account, or 13 for 25 lines. Peace
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howarmatSo you have to already be a customer to get this otherwise if you are a new customer it will require 2+ lines added if you read the fine print. So kinda sucks if that is true
maybe costco will have this with their usual rebate. If you need two lines, use byod for the second line and you can get a $50 costco cash card..​
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chillairI guess so. I guess too many people complained about losing credit and not understanding that you need to keep the line.

One discount per account. Good luck opening 25 account, or 13 for 25 lines. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ies2/peace.gif
​wow....you are really not too bright, are you..
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​wow....you are really not too bright, are you..
I know what's going on. I'm just wondering what's the purpose of putting that line in the fine print. Thank you for your help anyways.
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