It’s not like Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, seen as the company’s return to form after the Note 7 debacle, are selling poorly. However, T-Mobile wants Samsung’s latest and greatest to be in as many hands as possible, which brings us to the carrier’s alleged BOGO deal for the pair of smartphones.
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Details about the promo leaked over on Reddit, where a user posted the terms of T-Mobile’s BOGO deal. We’re still waiting for the official confirmation.
The promotion is reportedly set to begin today, May 12, but there are a few things to consider. For one, it requires purchasing any combination of two Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus smartphones on an installment plan, with one of them being on a new line with “unlimited” data. Furthermore, you will get your money back in the form of a prepaid MasterCard, which will contain a maximum of $750. In other words, even if you pick up a Galaxy S8 Plus as the second phone, you will only be compensated for the price of a regular Galaxy S8.
Finally, the promotion is not retroactive – those who already purchased Samsung’s flagship are out of luck. Even so, it seems like a solid-enough promotion for those on the fence, so long as they are patient.
We should learn more about the BOGO promotion in a few hours, when it will reportedly launch for an undetermined amount of time.