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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the changes in the future Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, the possible launch of the Huawei Mate X and more
Big Red is letting customers get a Galaxy S10e for free, basically. They just have to buy another S10e, S10 or S10+ first.
The carrier's deal also applies to the LG G7 ThinQ, too! And between that and the LG V40 ThinQ, either offer is quite appealing.
$200 off a second Apple Watch? A free second Galaxy Watch? Here are some of the things you need to know about these deals for the new year.
There's plenty of "buy one, get one" discounts to pass along, but the Checkmark has also taken the opportunity to launch a few products, too.
On one network, you can get a free iPhone XR for 18 months with a trade-in. On the other, you have to buy one to get one free.
Here are some of the best deals you can find for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that's available right now in many networks and places around the world
Check out these BOGO deals that AT&T offers for the people who are interested in buying the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and getting a free device
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 BOGO deals on Verizon, if you buy Samsung's newest flagship smartphone during pre-order
The Un-carrier is so psyched to get your kids back to school that it's offering two smartphones for the price of one. And you don't even need kids.
For the record, that's half-off a 42mm aluminium Apple Watch Series 3. But you'll need to get into a DIGITS plan to take advantage. What does that mean?
For the wireless networks, Father's Day is a war on getting dad a new phone. AT&T is pulling out the big guns for this one.
If you can't decide between Verizon and T-Mobile, Best Buy also has a BOGO deal you may want to consider, selling two new iPhones for the price of one.
What better way to show your dear old dad how much he means to you than buying a high-end Android or iOS phone for both you and him at a special price?
Buy one, get one for free. At $900 apiece, such a deal would save a customer a whole lot, but is the deal worth it for you?
That's $42 more than what T-Mobile or Verizon is putting up for the same phone right now. And the "BOGO" part of it is less appealing than T-Mo's deal. But if you're loyal to Sprint, this is your option.
T-Mobile is just about ready to accept LG G7 ThinQ pre-orders in exchange for a $30 down payment and $30 monthly installments, with offline inventory set to arrive on June 1.
And if you get a base model iPhone 7, 7 Plus or 8, this discount makes a second phone absolutely free. Plus, big discounts on other devices.
The phone runs on stock Android thanks to its Android One badge and is the most affordable device on the network. It's even more affordable now.
Customers can get a couple of phones (them being the Galaxy S9, S9+ or S8 Active), add at least one line and get a big chunk of a discount. But with big catches.
If you're on Sprint and are looking to upgrade to that new Samsung phone you've been hearing about, you might want to make need to see if you can make room for two.
The deal, which runs through March 31, only nets customers about half the cost of a Galaxy S9, but if you're an AT&T customer, it's worth considering.
The buy-one-get-one deals have been coming in hot and heavy in the US cellular field with T-Mobile being one of the active players batting for the iPhone.