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T-Mobile Offers 'Free' iPhone 7 on Black Friday Trade-in Promotion

2016-11-23 1159 Posted by 3utools


Yesterday we reported that iPhone will reinstate on Black Friday Event,and now the U.S. branch of T-Mobile on Tuesday announced a series of Black Friday-related promotions, most notably letting people get a "free" 32GB iPhone 7 or 7 Plus with a qualifying trade-in.


T-Mobile Offers 'Free' iPhone 7 on Black Friday Trade-in Promotion


For a regular iPhone 7, people must trade in an iPhone 6s, or one of a number of recent LG or Samsung devices. Similar deals apply for the 7 Plus, though the trade-in devices must be more expensive, such as a 6s Plus.


People who have an older and/or cheaper phone can also get their iPhone of choice, but may have to pay extra —for instance $100 for the standard iPhone 7 if they have an iPhone 6, or $350 if they have an iPhone 5, 5c, or 5s. Further premiums apply if a person wants to upgrade the amount of storage they get.

T-Mobile Offers 'Free' iPhone 7 on Black Friday Trade-in Promotion


There are other catches as well —the cost of the new iPhone is simply credited against 24 monthly bills, and people must sign up for a One or Simple Choice Unlimited plan, which can be more expensive. The trade-in deals will last from Nov. 24 through Nov. 27.

Separately, T-Mobile is offering $200 per line for people switching numbers to the carrier, up to a limit of $2,400. Each line must be signed up to a One plan with eligible device payments —the bonus cash comes in the form of a prepaid MasterCard.


Source: appleinsider

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