In case the nation’s third largest mobile operator and leading “Uncarrier” wasn’t able to convince you it’s the top choice this holiday season with generous incentives for Verizon and AT&T deserters, Binge On unlimited streaming, and Black November deals, perhaps some discounts on probably the best Android phones in the world will pique your interest.

By using the promo code “DEAL75OFF” on T-Mobile’s official website, you can take a cool 75 bucks off the regular no-contract prices of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, and LG V10. Moreover, the GS6 was already slashed from its $680 MSRP to $580, so it’s now available at only $505.

For $20 extra, you can nab the spanking new indestructible LG V10, which commands much heftier tags elsewhere. Namely, $672 through Verizon, and $700 with AT&T. Oh, yeah, and Magenta’s savings don’t interfere with the manufacturer’s own V10 promotion, letting you have a free spare battery and charging cradle, plus a 64GB microSD card.

To recap, you get those three goodies and an amazing 5.7-inch Snapdragon 808 powerhouse with Quad HD screen resolution, small secondary notification panel, 4GB RAM, 16 and 5MP cameras, and 3,000 mAh quick-charging battery in exchange for a measly $525.

Quite a tough act to follow, though we’re certain a few of you will still pick the Galaxy Note 5, marked down from $700 to $625, coated in white pearl, black sapphire or gold platinum, and endowed with a creativity and productivity-enhancing S Pen accessory out the box.

Source: T-Mobile

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