T-Mobile Launches IPhone Xs BOGO Deal And Free Voice Line

Posted: Sep 15 2018, 4:42am CDT | by , in Apple

T-Mobile Launches iPhone Xs BOGO Deal and Free Voice Line

T-Mobile doubles down iPhone Xs deal.

Starting Saturday, Sept. 15 T-Mobile offers an iPhone BOGO deal with the second iPhone $700 off on T-Mobile.com. The iPhone BOGO deal applies to the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max as well.

This new T-Mobile deal applies to iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and is available all new and existing customers, who add one line of service and get their new iPhones on T-Mobile’s interest-free installment plan.

Customers will see a credit for their monthly device payments, and after 24 months, they’ll own those new iPhones outright. The second phone must be of equal or lesser value than the first, and you can only do this with a max of 12 lines (6 BOs and 6 GOs). It goes live tomorrow 9/15 (but will automatically apply to eligible existing pre-orders) and will be available when the new phones launch on September 21.

Plus, through midnight Thursday 9/20, when customers on an eligible T-Mobile ONE 2+ voice line plan add-a-line they get an additional voice line for free. That’s right. To sum it up, if you buy a new iPhone Xs with a new paid line of service and get up to $700 off a 2nd iPhone plus a free line of service.

This new iPhone Xs deal is in a clear response to Verizon's iPhone Xs BOGO deal launched on Friday.

T-Mobile customers who trade in their qualifying and eligible iPhone can get up to $300 towards the purchase price of their new iPhone via 24 monthly bill credits on T-Mobile’s interest-free installment plan.

This deal includes the new iPhones Xs and iPhone Xs Max announced today as well as iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. And any iPhone in good working condition will get at least $100 in trade-in value towards new iPhones at T-Mobile. The iPhone Xs trade-in deal is likely not the only incentive T-Mobile is offering to iPhone Xs customers tonight.

Find out more about the T-Mobile iPhone deals on T-Mobile.com.

Sam's Club members can get still an iPhone Xs with a free $100 gift card. The iPhone Xs is taking the iPhone further than ever before. To make the case for the iPhone Xs Max, read our five reasons to opt for the largest and most expensive iPhone ever.

The iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr will be available for pre-order directly from Apple on the Apple.com site and in the Apple Store app starting at midnight Pacific. It's a smart move to use the Apple Store app to place the pre-order to avoid potential issues with Apple's online shop. Also, prepare all your details before the pre-order launch such as credit card and carrier details in case you are no ordering the unlocked iPhone Xs.

Besides from Apple, you can pre-order the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr from your favorite carrier. T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon will each offer special deals and incentives to attract your pre-order.

The third venue to place pre-orders for the new 2018 iPhones is at retailers most notably Walmart, Target and Best Buy. The retailers offered substantial deals for the iPhone pre-orders last year with up to $300 in savings. Sam's Club has announced its iPhone Xs deal. You get a $100 Sam's Club gift card free with activation of an iPhone Xs or iPhone Xs Max through them

See also our guide on iPhone Xs and iPhone Xr pre-order.

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