Listen up Galaxy Note 8 lovers — T-Mobile is offering buy one, get one sale

When you hear “buy one, get one” in advertisements, usually it means the company wants something in return, and T-Mobile is no exception. We’ll get to that here shortly. T-Mobile is offering a buy one, get one offer to pick up Samsung’s latest flagship device.

If you’re in the market for the Galaxy Note 8, you can pick up two for the price of one — but there’s a few caveats. T-Mobile has set specific set of requirements in place in order for you to qualify for the deal.

In order to take advantage of this offer and to qualify, here’s what you need to do:

  • Preorder two Galaxy Note 8s from T-Mobile on its equipment installment plan. This requires you to make a deposit of $210 on each device for a total of $420 down-payment.
  • You must sign up for a new line of service to activate on the second device, meaning you must add a line.

These two requirements will make you eligible to receive a rebate for the cost of the second device. You will still have to pay for the devices in whole, but will get check refunding the cost at a later time.

It should be noted that each Galaxy Note 8 costs $30 per month for 24 month period. If you think you can sign up, grab the phone and cancel, good luck with that. T-Mobile is being very upfront stating that should you cancel early, you must pay for the full price of the second phone.

Hamza Khalid

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