Monday, June 11, 2012

T-Mobile offers all of its 4G Smartphones for free for Father’s Day

For two days only, June 15–16, all of T-Mobile’s 4G smartphones and select mobile broadband devices are free

To say thanks to dads for all they do, T-Mobile USA, Inc. will once again hold a special “Father’s Day Sale.” For two days only, Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16, all of T-Mobile’s 4G smartphones and select broadband devices will be offered for free with qualifying plans.
The Father’s Day promotion includes T-Mobile’s fastest 4G smartphones and select mobile broadband devices on its 4G network, such as the HTC One S 4G, Samsung Galaxy S® II 4G, Nokia Lumia 710, BlackBerry Bold 9900 and the T-Mobile SpringBoard tablet with Google™

“We want to say thanks to fathers for all they do and keep them easily and affordably connected to family throughout the entire year,” said Andrew Sherrard, senior vice president of marketing for T-Mobile USA. “Whether through voice calls, photos, texts, video conferencing or social media updates, T-Mobile’s ‘All Phones Free’ promotion provides families a great opportunity to get the latest cutting-edge smartphones running on lightning-fast speeds via America’s Largest 4G Network.”

New and existing eligible customers can take advantage of this deal, receiving their device for free after a mail-in rebate card1 when they sign up for a new two-year contract on any qualifying unlimited Classic plan or for a $0.00 down payment after a mail-in rebate card when signing up on a new qualifying Unlimited Value plan with an Equipment Installment Plan

The Father’s Day promotion will be available from June 15 through June 16 at participating T-Mobile retail stores nationwide.

For more information about T-Mobile’s “Father’s Day Sale” and details about qualifying plans, visit

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Blogger Janny Simon said...

Oh! lost the opportunity to get this Offers of the day I wonder if I get this offer now.

July 24, 2015 at 11:24 PM 

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