What, you didn’t really think the “UnCarrier” would just wait until the actual Black Friday to offer “a lot of extras this time of year” for families working hard to “stretch their budgets during the holiday season”, did you?

Nothing about the way CEO John Legere conducts T-Mobile’s business is ever conventional or predictable, which is why the latest Galaxy S7 BOGO deal has already wrapped up, with a pretty sweet “Magenta Friday” freebie also coming this Friday, November 18, and only lasting through Sunday the 20th.

Plenty of time for a family of four to score their third and fourth T-Mobile ONE service lines free of charge for a grand total of $120, down from the current combined monthly fee of $140.

But the best will be yet to come at the end of the week, with a gratis Samsung Galaxy S7 available for S6, Note 5 or “other device” traders between Thursday, November 24, and Sunday the 27th after 24 monthly bill credits.

Even better, GS7 buyers, including those switching from an old, working phone, plus new S7 Edge adopters, qualify for Gear VR and $50 Oculus app store gifts during the aforementioned promotional period. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E (8.0) and LG G Pad X 8.0 will also require no payment after bill credits with ONE tablet plans.

Finally, get ready to cough up just $40 for an LG Tone Pro 760 Bluetooth headset, $130 on a UE Boom 2 wireless speaker, and $9.99 for a Mophie Powerstation Mini come November 24, absolutely no strings attached. Holiday shopping mode engaged!

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