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T-Mobile’s main Black Friday offer includes four unlimited lines for $100, or $25 per line per month. This includes autopay for unlimited talk, text, and data, plus access to 5G. They also have a whole lineup of free products you can snag with new lines, along with savings on the ultra-popular JBL Flip 6 Speaker.
Also, if you’re already a T-Mobile customer and want to upgrade your phone, they have great deals on trade-ins and new lines outside of their Black Friday sale. You can get a free iPhone 14 Pro (the latest model!) with an eligible trade-in or half-off a new Apple Watch. And this offer is live now and beyond Black Friday.
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T-Mobile Black Friday Deals Happening Now
Tip: To see the actual deal details on a T-mobile product page, look for the little green tag on the right side of your screen:
T-Mobile Top Black Friday Deals
- Get four Unlimited T-Mobile Lines for $100
- JBL Flip 6 Speaker, $89.99 (reg. $129.99)
- SyncUp Kids Watch, Free when you add a watch line
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, Free when you add a tablet line
T-Mobile Top Black Friday Deals on Android Phones
- REVVL 6 5G, Get 24 monthly bill credits with a trade-in or get one free when you add a new line
- REVVL 6 Pro 5G, Get $50 credit with a trade-in or get one free when you add a new line
- OnePlus N300 5G, Get one free when you add a new line
- TCL Stylus 5G, Get one free when you add a new line
T-Mobile iPhone Deals
- iPhone 14 Pro or up to $1,000 off any iPhone 14 series, plus 24 monthly bill credits with an eligible trade-in
- Buy one iPhone 14 and get up to $700 off the second, plus 24 monthly bill credits when you add a new phone line
- Buy one new Apple watch and get $200 off the second when adding a new watch line
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