Samsung kicks off T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Buy One, Get One deal

By | 22nd May 2017
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Less than two weeks after T-Mobile launched a Buy One, Get One offer on the Galaxy S8, Samsung has kicked off a deal of its own.

Samsung is now offering a Buy One, Get One deal on the T-Mobile Galaxy S8 and S8+. Simply buy two phones and activate at least one on a postpaid T-Mobile plan and Samsung will send you a $750 rebate to cover the cost of the your second device. You need to activate at least one Galaxy S8 via at the time of purchase or within 14 days of delivery to qualify.

Samsung is also offering a free Entertainment Kit with the purchase of a Galaxy S8. This includes a Clear View Standing Cover, 64GB microSD card, and a six-month subscription to Netflix.

When it comes to pricing, Samsung is asking $750 or $31.25 per month for 24 months for the standard Galaxy S8. If you’d like the Galaxy S8+, you can expect to pay $850 or $35.42 per month for 24 months.

T-Mobile is still running its Galaxy S8 BOGO deal, but what makes Samsung’s offer notable is that it doesn’t appear to require a new line of service, which T-Mo’s does. While some folks might be able to find a person to join their family plan, especially with the offer of a free Galaxy S8, others simply don’t need an additional line. For the people that fall into the latter group, Samsung’s deal could be worth looking into.