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Mobile has a BOGO offer on every single good smartphone right now

Finally, the big money payback on this BOGO deal comes when you submit a rebate online.

T-Mobile said earlier this week it will begin to deploy services on some of the 600 MHz spectrum it bought earlier this year during the incentive auction, raising the eyebrows of some onlookers who thought those airwaves might not come to market until later this year-at the earliest.

Both new and existing T-Mobile subscribers are eligible for this limited time BOGO offer. Both phones will need to be purchased on EIP, too. Both existing and non-carrier customers can avail this offer. Of course, there are terms and conditions you must fulfill to take advantage of the deal: for instance, both phones must be activated on T-Mobile's ONE plan, meaning you can not just buy the first outright and expect a second phone for free. You just have to pay the taxes upfront, and then you'll receive a prepaid card in the mail to cover the cost of the second device. The value of this card will be up to $790 for the Samsung phones or up to $500 for the LG phones.

This deal is only available on the installment plan with T-Mobile. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ are available in Midnight Black, Orchid Gray or Arctic Silver.

In total, you shouldn't end up paying more than $200 for a brand-new Galaxy S8 or iPhone SE.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is priced at $30 down and $30 per month for 24 months, which is a total of $750. The Galaxy S8+ can be purchased in the same way by giving $70 down and $30 per month.

Deutsche Bank analysts in April downgraded T-Mobile shares to "hold", citing increasing competition stemming largely from the launch of unlimited-data plans from Verizon and AT&T.

The LG G6 is available from the carrier in Ice Platinum and Black for $500.



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