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Samsung Sells T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge for $430 Only

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Last month, T-Mobile held a sale for the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. If you missed this offer, there's a new opportunity where you can get the flagship smartphone at a discounted price.

For a limited time period, Samsung will be selling the Galaxy S7 edge (T-Mobile version) for only $429.99 instead of the regular $680 price. What this means is that you'll get to save $250 off the price of the smartphone. In addition to the discount from the device, you'll also be getting a free 128GB microSD card so you can expand the 32GB built-in memory from the Galaxy S7 edge.

The Galaxy S7 edge features a 5.7-inch display with a 2560x1440 resolution. It operates on a Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM. The device is capable of taking photos thanks to its 12-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing sensor. Although it unboxes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you'll already be able to update to Android 7.0 Nougat OS right away.

As of this writing, the Galaxy S7 edge is available at T-Mobile for $672. If you decide to take advantage of the $250 discount with Samsung, you won't be able to get the phone on EIP or JOD. But if you have no qualms about buying a new phone upfront, you'll find that this is a good deal.

If you check the available colors on Samsung, it looks like the Black Onyx model is currently out of stock. But they still have the Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium, and Blue Coral models available. Along with the Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung has a discount offer for the Galaxy S7 model too. But this is currently sold out on Samsung's website.


Source: TMONews

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  1. $430 only :) - And you should spell these out at first usage: EIP or JOD

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  2. The Free iPhone 7 switcher offer is better.
    http://www.tmonews.com/2017/03/t-mobile-free-iphone-7-offer/

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    1. You can get up to 12 free iPhone 7 32GB models; order any capacity, color or size. You'll the difference above the price of an iPhone 7 32GB model. Ends March 16.
      Stacks with free line promo; 3 lines of T-Mobile One Unlimited for $100 incl. tax and fees.

      Sign up at a store, trade in your phone and receive instant credit, and within 8 weeks Tmo sends you a prepaid credit card with the balance of the iPhone 7 price loaded as a rebate.

      Apply the rebate to your monthly EIP payment, spend it or cancel service and use the rebate to pay off the iPhone 7.

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    2. "What devices are eligible to Trade-In?
      • All memory variants and all colors of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus
      • All memory variant and all colors of Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Galaxy S7 Active.
      • Eligible trade ins subject to change"

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    3. A 32GB iPhone is rather crippled.

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  3. What are the specs for the T-Mobile device?
    Does it work well on AT&T and Verizon?

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    1. Fun fact about the S7 and S7 Edge, the hardware of the T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and US market unlocked versions is the same. You can flash any model with any other models firmware using Odin. So if you SIM-unlock the the T-Mobile model and flash it with the AT&T firmware you will have the AT&T version complete with all the AT&T bloatware. Or flash with the unlocked G935U firmware which is free from carrier bloatware.
      See HOW TO FLASH ROM G935U for other markets - xda-developers an {GUIDE} Flashing the SM-935U firmware onto your Verizon S7 Edge and Rooting - xda-developers and many other threads on XDA.

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    2. Ok if you flash the unlocked G935U to the Sprint S7 does it make and unlock and you can use it on AT&T or T-Mobile?

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    3. No, flashing the U firmware does not do SIM unlock. You still have to get the Sprint version unlocked by Sprint or a third party before it will accept a non-Sprint SIM

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  4. Fire sale and Verizon and AT&T S7 and S7 Edge will be on sale. They trying to get rid of stock because S8 is coming out next month.

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  5. Is Samsung selling a phone that's locked to T-Mobile or is this an unlocked T-Mobile model?

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  6. If I'm currently not with T-Mobile, what's the minimum cost I have to pay to get this phone unlocked and leave T-Mobile?

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    1. Check eBay for unlocking services. Unlocks for Samsung flagships are usually in the $20 to $30 range.

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  7. Article says 5.7" screen, but should read 5.5" screen for S7 Edge.
    Good info. Wonder how low next months fire sales will go for Samsung S7's.

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    1. People'sFrontOfJudeaMarch 8, 2017 at 9:40 AM

      Blessed are the meek! I'm glad they're getting something, they had a hell of a time...

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  8. So all of the models have all the same bands?
    I know that the g4 play for verizon has less bands than the g4 play unlocked.
    So I can get the s7 and just flash a universal rom and it will work with all four carriers and with all four carrier completely without any restricted LTE bands?

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    1. The hardware on all US versions of the S7 Edge is the same. Some of the carrier firmware versions may lock out some bands, I have not looked into that possibility. The unlocked firmware enables all bands but may block VoLTE or WiFi calling on same carriers.

      The carrier versions, except for Verizon's are SIM locked and changing the firmware doesn't unlock them. You need use an unlocking service.

      If SIM unlocked, the T-Mobile version would work on AT&T.
      It could not be activated on Verizon because it isn't in Verizon's whitelist, but it would work with a Verizon SIM activated in a Verizon approved device.

      It would not work on Sprint because it's not in Sprint's whitelist and Sprint doesn't support SIM swapping

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    2. I am a boost store, And the s7 is on our accepted list, I have activated a few atat verizona and tmobile s7 on boost without flashing or anything, I just called tech support and had them resku device, Any boost mobile dealer should be able to do this for there customers

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  9. T-Mobile has a much better offer if you want two Samsung S7 models - get them for free if you switch to T-Mobile, sign up for 2 lines of T-Mobile One Unlimited for $100 including tax and fees, and trade in your phones. You can get a third line free if you want. Limited time offer.
    Which devices can I trade in for the Samsung Galaxy S7 promotion?
    -All memory variants and all colors of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6+, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S+, iPhone 7, iPhone 7+
    -All memory variant and all colors of Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, S7, S7 edge), Note5
    -LG V20 and LG G5
    https://www.t-mobile.com/offer/T-mobile-one-2for100FAQs.html?icid=WMD_TMNG_Q1172FR100_K8LP1YKWE27792

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    1. Samsung Galaxy 7 or any combination or variants for this words don't go well with the FCC and the airline industry. Do they ?

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    2. Apples and oranges.
      Samsung is selling the S7 Edge outright for $430 with no commitments. Use it on any T-Mobile plan or any T-Mobile MVNO or get it unlocked and use it on any carrier anywhere in the world.

      The free T-Mobile phone is an S7 (the S7 Edge is $100) and the offer requires porting a number, trading in a phone, signing an EIP agreement and activating a new T-Mobile One line of service and keeping that line active for an unspecified time, probably two years. It's only a good deal if you have a number to port, a phone to trade in and want to be locked into a pricy plan for a couple of years.

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    3. "It's only a good deal if you have a number to port, a phone to trade in and want to be locked into a pricy plan for a couple of years."
      The last part is not true. T-Mobile does not lock you into a plan or monthly EIP payment. You can pay off the EIP balance at any time with no interest.

      You can use the S7 rebate to pay off the EIP balance, which is net of "enhanced trade-in value," which already reduced the EIP amount financed. You could cancel as soon as your get your prepaid MasterCard with the cash rebate, which is the balance of the S7 purchase price. The rebate amount covers the rest of the EIP payoff and a little more, since you make 2 EIP payments waiting 6-8 weeks for the rebate.
      You are "out" the two $25 SIM packages, any sales tax and two months of T-Mo One, which could be as little as $160 if you get Kickbacks of $40.

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    4. The free Samsung S7 offer also applies to Existing T-Mobile One customers who activate a new line and port in a non-T-Mobile-provider number. You can get one phone if that is all you want.

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  10. What I was trying to ask was do I have to pay airtime fees for a certain period of time to keep the phone before I can leave T-Mobile with the new phone?

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    1. Yes. You pay monthly fee at end of each month until you get the rebate on the prepaid MasterCard. They say it takes 6-8 weeks. Then you cancel your plan. They bill you for the remaining EIP amount due, and your last bill is prorated for your actual service period. You use the rebate MasterCard or another credit card to pay off the EIP as part of your last bill. Then you can use the new phone with another Tmo plan, MVNO plan or MetroPCS. You could also wait until Tmo will unlock the phone for you. Then you can use it on any network it supports.

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    2. So I trade in a $200 iPhone or Galaxy S6, pay $25 sim, sales tax on S7, two months of Tmo one for $140 and then cancel and pay off phone with their money. Walk away with a S7 for $365 plus tax, including two months unlimited service. $100 more +tax for the S7 Edge. This is not a bad deal.

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    3. T-Mobile will unlock postpaid phones after they have been active for 40 days. If you cancel your account, your final balance including EIP must be $0 before the unlock is done.

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  11. Proper syntax for the headline would be
    "Samsung Sells T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge for Only $430".

    But if this is a news site, stories should not be written like advertising hype.

    It should therefore be "Samsung Sells T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge for lowered $430"

    List prices mean absolutely nothing and the story should not be using advertising gimmick language like "save $250".

    News articles should be written in a skeptical tone, not a come-on promotional tone ("You'll be getting..." etc.).

    Denis's own articles are great, but I would try to get all articles written to the same slightly skeptical, critical tone as his are.

    Thanks

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    1. This coming from someone who can't even spell Dennis' name properly. Right. :D

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  12. I would use a Samsung S7 on the Sprint network if they paid me $430.

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  13. Where can I buy it? Samsung and T-Mobile don't have it that cheap.

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    1. The free Samsung S7 is still available in T-Mobile stores with a new line on the T-Mobile One plan and eligible trade-in.

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    2. "The free Samsung S7 is still available in T-Mobile stores with a new line on the T-Mobile One plan and eligible trade-in."



      Free? You bet! My definition of "free" always includes paying hundreds of dollars!

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  14. Today is the last day to get a "free" iPhone 7 or 7 Plus at your T-Mobile store. They are ending the promo early "because it is so hot."
    The best way is to give them an iPhone 6 or Galaxy S6, worth about $200 for the base models, and port a number.
    You pay sales tax, $25 SIM kit and any extra cost for 2 months of T-Mobile One service. Then you can cancel and take the phone anywhere you want. T-Mobile will unlock it for you after 40 days of paid use. You can get up to 12 iPhone 7 models of any type. You pay the difference for the Plus and/or more memory.

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