Two days of free phones from T-Mobile, smartphones galore

08 February, 2011

T-Mobile USA has picked Khloe Kardashian to play cupid - and set you up with a nice new phone for free. For two days, you can go and get a phone from one of their stores, and choose from any one of 30 models.

It's not totally free of course, you still need to sign a 2 year contract, but the good news is that the deal is available for both new and existing customers, ones that are upgrading and ones that are adding a new line.



The promotion will last two days - February 11 and 12 (that's this Friday and Saturday). The deal is on the table while supplies last and not all locations are participating. Also the deals on some phones may require a mail-in rebate, so you may need to put some cash upfront.

You can choose from phones like the T-Mobile myTouch 4G, T-Mobile G2, Samsung Vibrant, HTC HD7 and others. Even the latest available models will be included. The keyword here is "available" - something that the Samsung Galaxy S 4G isn't.

Tomorrow, Khloe Kardashian will post a "special Valentine's video" on T-Mobile's YouTube and Facebook pages. You can check out a quick teaser here.

This deal sounds like a great opportunity for those looking to retire their old phone, Valentine's day or not. Plus, the money you save can go towards getting a better gift for your loved one.

You can also check out the online store for some more free phones - nothing as exciting as those high-end smartphones though.

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  • AnonD-1132
  • 08 Feb 2011
  • xjw

Can't decide!! Should I get the Vibrant while its free or wait for galaxy s 4G?!?!

  • Anonymous
  • 08 Feb 2011
  • IBx

+1 Oh my brother testify!!!!

  • Anonymous
  • 08 Feb 2011
  • TSG

lol ... this is just standard pricing outside of North America anyway. Any phone is free on a 2 year contract of about $60/month or more in Australia for example. There is no such thing as these ridiculous "upfront" prices. You either ...

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