News by Luke Jones on Monday December 01, 2014.
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T-Mobile had a massive Black Friday deal bonanza, but the Uncarrier is not finished as the Magenta Network has a bunch of Cyber Monday offers going on today too. Take a look below at T-Mobile's special iPhone deal below, and you can hit up the source to see the various price reductions on a number of other smartphones too.For example, the Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 3, Note 4, Nexus 6, and a number of other smartphones are available at lower prices.
T-Mobile just unveiled an incredible Cyber Monday deal. They're going to give you the 64GB iPhone 6 for the price of the 16GB- completely on them. That's a full $100 value. More details below. This offer is available ONLY on Cyber Monday, ONLY online and ONLY while quantities last - so please hurry and share with your readers. The benefit of getting your iPhone 6 on T-Mobile - only with T-Mobile can you take advantage of next generation Wi-Fi calling at no additional cost. Customers can use their iPhone 6 on any available Wi-Fi connection or on T-Mobile's blazing-fast LTE network - and voice calls seamlessly hand-off between the two for uninterrupted calling. Plus, they'll get crystal-clear HD Voice calls. And it's not just the iPhone 6; you can also get upgrades for the iPhone 5s and 5c. So T-Mobile will... Give you an iPhone 6 64GB for the price of an iPhone 6 16GB Give you an iPhone 5s 64GB for the price of an iPhone 5s 32GB Give you an iPhone 5c 32GB for the price of an iPhone 5c 8 GB And, in the spirit of the season and giving more to customers, T-Mobile is waiving the $25 deposit fee on their popular Personal CellSpot for all Simple Choice post-paid customers through the end of the year. It's like putting a T-Mobile tower in your house.source: T-Mobile
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