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t-mobile Magenta First Responder Plan, Military Plan 50% off Samsung [1 line-$55, 2-$80, 3-$90, 4-$100, 5-$110, 6-$120]

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t-mobile new plan, Magenta First Responders /Magenta Plus First Responders (state and local law enforcement officers, firefighters, and EMS personnel) will start on Nov 1st. With autopay: 1 line is $55, 2 lines is $80, 3 lines is $90, 4 lines is $100, 5 lines is $110, 6 lines is $120. Tax & fees included.

Also Samsung S10 series, Note 10 series will be 50% off for Magenta First/Plus Responder and Military Plan, bill credit over 24 months. No trade-in requirements, No port-in requirement. No new aal (add a line) requirement for Military Plan.

https://www.tmonews.com/2019/10/t...sung-deal/
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Last Edited by green_key November 4, 2019 at 08:32 PM
The Magenta First Responder plan includes unlimited talk, text, and smartphone data; SD video streaming; 3GB of 4G LTE mobile hotspot usage; 5GB of 4G data in Mexico and Canada; data and text usage abroad; 1 hour of in-flight Wi-Fi; and the Basic Netflix plan that offers streaming on 1 device at a time at SD quality.

Also available is the Magenta Plus First Responders plan. For $35 per line with a family of four with autopay, this plan includes everything included with the standard Magenta First Responder plan but adds HD video streaming, 20GB of 4G LTE usage, double data speeds when traveling abroad, and the Standard Netflix plan with streaming on devices at HD quality. It also includes unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi, Name ID, and Voicemail to text.

Pricing for these plans starts at $55 for a single line on Magenta First Responder, while Magenta Plus First Responder starts at $50 per line on a two-line family plan.

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Magenta Military:
https://www.t-mobile.com/cell-pho...ount-plans

T-mobile One Military (older plan, some may have additional promo stacked which may/may not transfer to magenta, depending on nature of promo):
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-37061

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Why wouldn't the Army combat medic just enroll in Magenta Military?
Because:
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I'd recommend AT&T FirstNet over this. It's a little more stringent on who can sign up, but it allows priority access over all other cellular communications at all times. Say for example you're at a large event and you get very slow data speeds, FirstNet gives you priority over all those people. Unfortunately while T-Mobile has a great deal for this, I'd take better service and coverage.
And:
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ATT Firstnet is still cheaper at 39.99 for 1 line and has (arguably) better coverage than T-Mobile.
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Anyone have experience with their service in Texas? It's tough to get good coverage here. I don't want to switch from Verizon unless I know my coverage will be decent.
T-Mobile has 30 day or 30 gig test drive that you can test signal. I'm using one now. It's totally free to you and they send you the device.
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The new military has fast hotspot 3gb LTE speed, which the old one don't have. The old and new military plan has the same amount of data and hotspot (ie. unlimited, de-prioritized after 50gb).

The pricing of old tmo one and new magenta military are same price.
Just checked my bill. It looks like it's about 130. But that includes 4k Netflix and hd streaming over sd. I have 10GB of LTE hotspot per line and the upgraded voicemail.

Maybe my plan isn't the same as the one listed here. But for me it's actually 133 a month for 6 lines. I think that's because I am getting more than what's included in this package.
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Just checked my bill. It looks like it's about 130. But that includes 4k Netflix and hd streaming over sd. I have 10GB of LTE hotspot per line and the upgraded voicemail.

Maybe my plan isn't the same as the one listed here. But for me it's actually 133 a month for 6 lines. I think that's because I am getting more than what's included in this package.
Wow, you have great plan, probably with additional promo stacked.

Linky to magenta and tmo one military, as is without stacked promo....
https://www.t-mobile.com/cell-pho...ount-plans

T-mobile One Military (older plan, some may/may not have additional promo stacked):
https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-37061
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are u saying that you can stack 2 promo credits for ONE phone?
No, I am saying you can receive two promo credits on the same line.
I am receiving a $15 credit from Pixel 3a from a few months ago. They said I could do this 50% Samsung phone deal and get credits for that as well as keeping the 3a credits I have been receiving.
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No, I am saying you can receive two promo credits on the same line.
I am receiving a $15 credit from Pixel 3a from a few months ago. They said I could do this 50% Samsung phone deal and get credits for that as well as keeping the 3a credits I have been receiving.
I wonder if I can stack this military promo with the previous 50% discount promo with my samsung 9 ... will be great if they stack!
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Really wish they had better coverage here. Until it gets way better, VZW is the way to go. Frown
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Customers interested in this deal will need to buy a new phone on an Equipment Installment Plan and have or activate a voice line on a qualified plan. The half-off discount for the new phone is applied via monthly bill credits.
Wait for the matching costco deal
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Wait for the matching costco deal
Costco WILL NOT have this deal available at their kiosk. You MUST be "verified" via a T-Mobile corporate store to be offered this plan. So it's a no go.
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Costco WILL NOT have this deal available at their kiosk. You MUST be "verified" via a T-Mobile corporate store to be offered this plan. So it's a no go.
if they don't, then wait continues...Snoring2
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Anyone have experience with their service in Texas? It's tough to get good coverage here. I don't want to switch from Verizon unless I know my coverage will be decent.
Not good for rural areas I would say.
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What's the max number of phone lines for this?
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What's the max number of phone lines for this?
I called today and they said at least 12, if your credit qualifies you for that many.
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POTENTIALLY Additional upto $400 off if you want to open a new line and trade in device. Stacked with https://www.t-mobile.com/offers/s...hone-deals
"Save up to $400 on any Samsung Galaxy S10 or Note10."
Update: may not need new line

Personally have not stack it, but cs said yes. Someone please confirm.

Get up to $400:
Apple: iPhone 8, iPhone 8+, iPhone 7+, XR, X
Samsung: Galaxy S9 series, Note9
Google: Pixel 3a, 3a XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL

Get up to $300:
Apple: iPhone 7, iPhone 6s+
Samsung: Galaxy S8 series, Note8, Galaxy S7 series
LG: V40, G7
Google: Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
OnePlus: 5, 6T, 6

Get up to $100:
Apple: iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6+
Samsung: Galaxy S6 series, Note5
Google: Pixel, Pixel XL
OnePlus: 5T
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