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Get a free iPhone XR, Galaxy S9 or OnePlus 6T from T-Mobile for the holidays


Get a free iPhone XR, Galaxy S9 or OnePlus 6T from T-Mobile for the holidays

T-Mobile has launched a new holiday deals hub, where the carrier is giving customers the option of a free Apple iPhone XR, Samsung Galaxy S9 or among other devices when they follow certain conditions.

If the iPhone XR is what you are looking for, all you have to do is activate two lines and trade in an eligible device and the free device will be yours. That’s not bad at all, especially for those that were thinking of activating a few new lines on T-Mobile anyway.

Get a free iPhone XR from T-Mobile for the holidays

There are a few conditions that you need to pay attention to. For starters, the discount to the phone is applied to 36 months of bill credits, meaning that it will take three years for the phone to be fully yours and fully free. Last but not least, you have to trade in an iPhone to get the deal — and qualifying models include the iPhone X, iPhone 8 or 8 Plus, iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, or an iPhone 6s or 6S Plus.

If you are in the market for a Samsung device, consider the free Galaxy S9, where you need to trade in a recent Samsung Galaxy phone, Google Pixel or Pixel 2, LG V20, G6, or later, OnePlus 5 or later, or a Moto Z2.

Get a free Galaxy S9 from T-Mobile for the holidays

Similar to the iPhone deal the discount will be applied over 36 months, but if you’re in the market for a new phone and plan on keeping it for a few years, it’s a great deal.

Next up we have the brand new OnePlus 6T. This deal is different than the iPhone and Galaxy S9 deals in that the credits are applied over 24 months, not 36 months. So if you are in the market for an Android smartphone and prefer being in a 2-year upgrade cycle rather than a 3-year one, this is perfect for you.

Get a free OnePlus 6T from T-Mobile for the holidays


For the OnePlus 6T, you can trend in any of the same devices as for the Samsung Galaxy S9.
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