direfu said: $79.99 with a new T-Mobile account $620.99 without a contract Where do you see $620 without a contract? This is for Simple Choice no contract. When you go through the order process, all you pay is for the phone. The plan is purchased from T Mobile.
Yuyak said: Incredible deal if it was correct. Unfortunately, as direfu points out, $80 is the price with a new Tmobile account. No contract (replacement device) is $621. OK...$80 for a new T Mobile account under a Simple Choice No Contract Plan. Am I missing something?
Still from what I am reading Simply choice, it has no yearly lockins.
posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 1:18p
TonyDls said: Yuyak said: Incredible deal if it was correct. Unfortunately, as direfu points out, $80 is the price with a new Tmobile account. No contract (replacement device) is $621. OK...$80 for a new T Mobile account under a Simple Choice No Contract Plan. Am I missing something?
Yep, the fine print. You have to keep the Line active for 181 days (6 months) or they charge you $400. So there is a 6 month contract with OfficeMax
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posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 1:20p
There is no contract with the plan, but..... there is a contract with the phone which you are suppose to keep on the tmobile account for x amount of time. Read the detail in light grey.
posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 1:20p
It looks like you do have to sign up for a new TMobile account, but there is no term and it can be cancelled at any time with no penalty. I didn't read all of the fine print, but it looks like you can just cancel the new account and be out and additional $50 for one month of service at the most. If the service is prorated, you could just cancel as soon as you get the phone and only owe part of the $50 monthly fee.
Seems like a good deal for the SIII if you are willing to jump through the hoops.
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The OfficeMax webpages have type-o's all over the place. The details say the phone is model # SPHL710, which is the Sprint CDMA version. If that's true it won't work with T-Mobile.
T-Mobile has 2 variants of the phone, model # SGH-T999 and SGH-T999L, you want the SGH-T999L model for LTE support.
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posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 3:31p
I would try if someone confirm as no contract
posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 3:38p
JarginAU said: There is no such thing as a non-LTE version of the S3. This is a type-o on the website. Clicking on device details for both phones list them as the same model #: SPHL710 Yes, there are two versions of the T-Mobile Galaxy s3. The LTE and the non LTE version
thanhhoandang said: JarginAU said: There is no such thing as a non-LTE version of the S3. This is a type-o on the website. Clicking on device details for both phones list them as the same model #: SPHL710 Yes, there are two versions of the T-Mobile Galaxy s3. The LTE and the non LTE version
You are correct, thank you for catching my mistake. I have updated with the correct T-Mobile versions.
posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 3:48p
If you choose "replacement phone" price goes up to $620. Had me drooling for a second.
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posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 6:07p
I already have a T Mobile Plan with four lines. I wonder if I could simply add a new line to my existing plan to buy this phone, and then cancel one of the other lines.
posted: Dec. 3, 2013 @ 8:45p
StevenColorado said: I already have a T Mobile Plan with four lines. I wonder if I could simply add a new line to my existing plan to buy this phone, and then cancel one of the other lines. That sounds like it would work, but if your plan is like mine, you will be cancelling a $5 or $10 per month plan and adding a $50 per month plan.
No activation fee and $50 for a month. No shipping, so $80 + $50 + tax < $150 which is a good deal for a brand new Galaxy S3, assuming you cancel service after 1 month. Don't know why everyone is negging it?
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