Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 3 are on $100 off at T-Mobile from November 21
T-Mobile is now into the holiday sales, with an announcement that Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 3 will be $100 off for its existing customers from Friday, November 21. The promo will be effective for nine days as it will end on November 30.
The deal is made simple, a direct $100 discount for customers who will activate or upgrade to either S5 or Note 3. Another good thing is that the base price to use for Galaxy S5 is its current $609.60 "on sale" price, not the regular $660 price. Thus, it will be a $25.40 per month for 24 months. Meanwhile, Galaxy Note 3 is tagged $516.96; and it will cost $416.96 less the discount.
Samsung Galaxy S5 is the latest model of the Galaxy S series and Samsung's first major smartphone release this year. This phone sports a 5.1-inch screen, boasts a 2800mAh removable battery and an entirely new user interface. Its spec sheet includes a 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 16MP main camera, 2MP secondary camera, 2GB RAM and a 16 or 32GB storage that is expandable up to 128GB with microSD.
At the peak of its hype, analysts said the phone gives the message that Samsung listened to its consumers, and focused on what matters most to the consumer, rather than capitalizing on gimmicks. It promised a stylish design, a camera that works the way the user wants and added more strength to the device with water resistance, plus health-related stuff.
Meanwhile, the other handset T-Mobile is giving discount to, is the Galaxy Note 3. It is the 2013 variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note series, which is powered by 1.9GHz processor and comes with a 1080 x 1920 5.7-inch display, 3GB RAM, a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front-facing camera. This handset has recently been succeeded by Galaxy Note 4.
T-Mobile is also offering a 7-inch tablet for 24 monthly payments of $7 per payment, totaling $168.00. As usual, if the wireless service is cancelled, the customer has to pay the remaining balance.
Since these are early Black Friday deals, TMONews suggests to keep an eye for possible more T-Mobile holiday deals.