Saturday, 3 March 2012

T-Mobile Announces All Phones Free on February 11th | Technology News

Mobile phone carrier T-Mobile has just announced a special offering for all of its customers on February 11th. All of the company’s phones will be offered for free on that date, as part of the carrier’s promotion for the upcoming Valentine’s Day.

In fact, the carrier has announced that handsets are not the only devices that will be offered for free on Saturday, but that tablet PCs running under Android will also be there.

For one day only, all smartphones and tablets are offered for free with the signing of a two-year contract agreement with the wireless carrier and after a mail-in rebate.

Those who would like to benefit from this deal will have to opt for a contract on a qualifying Classic plan (with EasyPay billing for mobile broadband devices).

The deal will include all of the wireless carrier’s Android-based smartphones. Handsets such as Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC Amaze 4G, Samsung Exhibit II 4G, T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide, LG DoublePlay and others more will all be available for free on that day.

Moreover, there will be BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7 handsets available for $0 on Saturday too, including the new Nokia Lumia 710, as well as the HTC Radar 4G, BlackBerry Bold 9900 4G, and the BlackBerry Curve 9360.

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All of these smartphones, along with the rest of the devices that T-Mobile chose to include in its Valentine’s Day promotion, can be seen on the wireless carrier’s website. You should also have a look at the video embedded below to see what Carly has to say on the new sweet deal.

“Nothing says "I love you" like a 4G smartphone from T-Mobile and even Cupid himself is looking forward to T-Mobile's Valentine's Day Sale where all smartphones and select mobile devices are free after mail-in rebate card when signing up for a new 2-yr contract on a qualifying Classic plan - even some of the best tablets,” the carrier notes in the clip’s description.

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