2016 T-Mobile Black Friday deals look like the cheapest way to get a good smartphone. Starting November 24th at 12:01 am PST for Black Friday weekend ONLY, T-Mobile is offering upgrades to top-tier flagship phones — namely, the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 — provided you trade in a paid-off last-gen smartphone.
In other words, if you own an iPhone 6s or a Samsung Galaxy S6 (or similar), you can upgrade to an iPhone 7 for free. If you have an older phone, you can still get a good trade-in deal, you just have to pay a little cash. The only caveat is you need to be on T-Mobile’s One or Simply Unlimited plans to take advantage of the trade.
Here’s how it works:
- Trade-in a qualified phone you own and get a brand new flagship smartphone for FREE! You pay only sales tax. If you’ve got an older trade-in or want more memory, that’s super simple, too. Just pay a little more up front. All the deets are right here.
- Use your new smartphone on T-Mobile with T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited
- Get the cost of your new smartphone covered via 24 monthly bill credits. In other words, pay ZERO. Zero is T-Mobile’s favorite price this holiday season.
Or, if you don’t need a new flagship smartphone, you can even BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Just keep your old phone to use on T-Mobile with T-Mobile ONE, and you’ll get your $200 per line in equal bill credits over 20 months.
T-Mobile will incentivize you to switch numbers by offering $200 in cash per line you switch—up to 12 lines or $2,400 total. The cash isn’t a bill credit, either — it’s on a prepaid Mastercard, so you can spend anywhere you want. The per-line credit means that if a family of four or five switch, you could be looking at $1,000 in cash.
And it doesn’t stop there. Ahead of the busiest travel days of the year, the Un-carrier is also giving everyone—even AT&T, Verizon and Sprint customers—a FREE hour of in-flight Wi-Fi on Gogo®-equipped domestic flights. There’s never been a better time for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint customers to experience one of the many perks of traveling with T-Mobile – and then make the switch!