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T-Mobile starts holiday sales a week early with Magenta Friday

November 16th, 2016 at 2:19 PM
T-Mobile Magenta Friday

We’re still over a week out from Black Friday, but T-Mobile is getting the party started early with something it’s calling “Magenta Friday” this weekend.

From Friday, November 18th through Sunday, November 20th, T-Mobile will be giving away up to two additional lines free of charge to new and existing customers. Any T-Mobile customer who has two active lines already, or signs up for two lines this weekend, will be eligible for the two additional free lines.

DEAL ALERT: Don’t like these deals? Check out an even bigger Black Friday sale right here

For a family of four looking to add two new phones to their family plan, this is going to be a very tempting offer. Just remember to make a decision soon, because you have to activate all four lines by Sunday, November 20th to get the deal.

In addition to the newly-minted “Magenta Monday,” T-Mobile is also participating in Black Friday. These are the deals that will be available from Thursday, November 24th through Sunday, November 27th:

  • For that Person Suffering from #PhoneShame
    • Upgrade them to a FREE Samsung Galaxy S7 after 24 monthly bill credits when you trade in a Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5 or other device.
  • For the Techie that Needs the Latest in VR
    • Get a FREE Gear VR and $50 Oculus app store gift card when you get a Samsung Galaxy S7 (including the free one above) or Galaxy S7 edge.
  • For the Parents Who Need a Moment’s Peace
    • Get a FREE Samsung Tab E or LG Gpad X after 24 monthly bill credits with a T-Mobile ONE tablet plan. You pay only the sales tax!
  • For the Audiophile / Headbanger
    • Get $70 off the UE BOOM 2 wireless speaker (now just $129.99)
    • Get $30 off the LG Tone Pro 760 Bluetooth headset (now just $39.99)
  • For Any & Everyone
    • Get $50 (>80%!) off the mophie Powerstation Mini (now just $9.99)

Be sure to check out our Black Friday hub for even more great deals.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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