With retailers already announcing their Black Friday sales, T-Mobile did the same thing earlier today and called it Magenta Friday. Silly name aside, Magenta Friday starts this Friday, November 16 and will offer several deals on smartphones and accessories.
The highlight is arguably the OnePlus 6T, which T-Mobile will offer for free in the form of 24 monthly bill credits if you add a line and trade in an eligible device. The OnePlus 6T is already affordable relative to other flagship smartphones, but I do not think many will argue with free.
If you would rather get something else, T-Mobile will also offer the LG G7 ThinQ and Revvl 2 for free in the form of 24 monthly bill credits when you add a line. You also have to trade in an eligible device for the G7 ThinQ. You can also save $168 on the Revvl 2 Plus when you add a line.
If you want a smartphone with more brand recognition, T-Mobile will offer the iPhone XR and Samsung Galaxy S9 for free in the form of 36 monthly bill credits when you add a line and trade in an eligible device. T-Mobile will knock $750 off the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus if you prefer something larger.
In addition to smartphones, T-Mobile will also offer discounted accessories starting November 16. The highlight deal is 50 percent off either a second Samsung Galaxy Watch or Gear S3 if you pick up either smartwatch. For those on less-green pastures, T-Mobile will offer an incredibly vague deal on the Apple Watch Series 4.
You can also get the Samsung Gear IconX (2018) true wireless earbuds for $129.99 ($50 off), JBL Link 20 portable speaker for $99.99 ($100 off), and the UE Blast portable speaker for $99.99 ($80 off). T-Mobile will also offer other discounted accessories, but these are some that caught our eyes.
We do not know for how long T-Mobile plans to offer these deals, but we can safely assume they will be around through Black Friday next week. In the meantime, make sure to check out our Black Friday and pre-Black Friday hubs for many more deals on many more products.
November 14, 2018 at 02:20PM