T-Mobile has dropped the prices of some of their smartphones today, making it now more affordable to grab the hot new Samsung Galaxy S4 on a budget. T-Mobile has dropped the price of the Samsung Galaxy S4 from a $149 down payment plus $20/month to $99 down and $20/month, the Galaxy Note II to $169.99 down and $20/month, and the Galaxy S3 to $49.99 down and $20/month. The iPhone 4 will now be available for $0 down with a $18/month payment, and the LG Optimus L9 is being offered for $0 down and $10/month.
If you’ve been waiting to upgrade your smartphone, now is the time. Check out T-Mobile for more details.
Official T-Mobile statement follows below.
“Wanted to share the latest Un-carrier move from T-Mobile, offering the highly popular Samsung Galaxy S 4 at the low upfront price of $99.99 down, plus 24 monthly payments of $20. This limited-time promotion is available starting today, June 12, through July 13, 2013, and allows consumers to get the device for less upfront at activation than at the other major national carriers.
“People told us we’d be crazy to drop our price on the hot-selling Galaxy S 4 when we already offer such a low-out-of-pocket cost — so we did it,” said Mike Sievert, chief marketing officer, T-Mobile US. “Some of our competitors require customers to sign a restrictive two year service contract or participate in a complicated trade-in scheme to get to their advertised price. We decided to just give customers the phone they want at the out of pocket cost they are asking for. That’s what you strive to do when you are America’s Un-carrier.”
In addition to the Galaxy S 4, T-Mobile is lowering the upfront costs for two more highly desirable Samsung 4G LTE devices. For well-qualified customers, the Samsung Galaxy Note® II will be available at $169.99 down, plus 24 monthly payments of $20 and the Samsung Galaxy S® III will be available for $49.99 down, plus 24 monthly payments of $20. When combined with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan, customers will have access to the latest 4G LTE smartphones, as well as unlimited data, at a price point that’s sure to meet the needs of a variety of budgets.”