T-Mobile BOGO deal for Mother’s Day tries to bolster LG, G5

Your mother may not understand what you’re talking about when she asks for Wi-Fi help. But if you do love her, she does deserve a little appreciation and more than just a couple texts a year. Then again, if you have retail holiday fatigue, you might want to avoid the carriers this week.

T-Mobile is one of the networks trying to juice up its sales for mother’s sake. It went through some major price cuts on the Galaxy Note 5, LG V10 refurbs and G Stylo 2, and sure, there’s the typical discount blast for accessories ranging from floral cases to beet-dyed Beats merchandise. Get ready, though, for level two of this campaign.

We’re talking strictly LG phones — buy one, get one half-off. Speaking of, did you know that T-Mobile’s selling the LG G5 with its “modular design [that] lets you swap in fun accessories”? My goodness, I didn’t!

That said, while the Un-carrier is pushing the G5 on the sales floor, the promo applies also to the G4 and the V10. And if you do want two LG phones, you can also have an LTE-equipped LG G Pad F 8.0 for free! Well, technically — you’ll get a prepaid card within eight weeks as a purchase reimbursement. Also, we’re not sure if you’ll be able to combine offers here, but do keep in mind that pre-owned V10s are still on discount.

Here are the catches: you’ll need to activate one new line on your account for the BOGO deal and the free tablet offer isn’t available in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Miami-Dade County in Florida. Quite peculiar.

The promo starts Wednesday and, by our assumption, would go through Sunday. And if you didn’t have a great relationship with mum, well, you have your options to take advantage (or not) here.

Source: T-Mobile

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Jules Wang
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