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T-Mobile: FREE iPhone 7 with 24-Month Finance Agreement & iPhone 6 Trade-In

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Ready to order an iPhone 7? 📲

Through September 30th only (or while supplies last), new and existing T-Mobile customers can score an iPhone 7 32GB completely FREE or an iPhone 7 Plus 32GB for just $120 with qualifying iPhone 6 or newer trade in and a 24-month finance agreement. Yes, really!


If you’re wanting to purchase the iPhone 7 32GB with your iPhone 6 trade-in, please note that you’ll receive $650 in monthly bill credits over 24 months, making it FREE! Head on over here and click on the Order Now link to get started. Also note that if you cancel your wireless service before the 24 month contract ends, the remaining balance on the device is due.


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Comments 25

  1. Pam

    If you would look at it, it’s not really FREE because you’re trading your iPhone 6 to get an iPhone 7 or 7 plus.

    • Jamie

      It would be be free if you bought it and sold your old one either. But it’s the best deal you’re going to find that’s for sure

  2. Keri B

    For existing customers know you must have the TMOBILE One plan. If you don’t currently have it, you must switch and therefore will pay more for your service plan. I took advantage of this deal when they first offered it and I didn’t have to switch plans. Yesterday they changed the terms so if you sign up now it requires you have a certain plan. Just read fine print and be aware 🙂 My new phone just came in the mail a few minutes ago and I’m super excited!

    • Fun

      I have a tmobile plan that is 4 lines and unlimited talk, data, and text for $149 plus tax and that’s why I would never do this phone trade, it would kill my phone bill!!

  3. Haseena

    Verizon is doing this too. We ordered new phones and we’re just going to have take our old ones to a local store once the news one arrive in October.

  4. Tanya

    Why do you need a 24 month finance agreement if the phone is free?

    • Keri B

      You technically finance the phone but then TMobile gives you a monthly credit to offset the cost. In the end it will be free (assuming you pick a 32gb 7. If you want higher storage or 7+ it will cost extra). It does now require you to have a certain plan with TMobile so if you are an existing customer and don’t have TMobile One plan you’ll pay more monthly bc you must switch

      • ❤️Grandma ❤️

        Do you have to pay more if you’re trading 6+ for a 7+ ??

        • ❤️Grandma ❤️

          Ummmmmm ok thanks for nothing 😒

  5. JenT.

    I agree. I wouldn’t call that “free” at all considering you’re trading in a phone that is easily worth 300-400$. Not sure why people most are so gullible when it comes to phone service. Shop around guys. There are way cheaper options out there other than what you see TV ads for. I have NEVER seen one of the “big guys” mobile service providers offer a “deal” that was truly a good or unusual deal. If I could comfortably afford such high end newer phones, I would definitely rather buy the phone unlocked with cash out right & go with a company like Ringplus, freedom pop, or all the other BYOD companies that are offering no-contract, no credit check service for 1/2 the cost or less of people like Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon…. and the best part is that they’re literally selling you the SAME service. The big companies sells its tower access to these small prepaid companies at super cheap prices & they turn around & sell it at way cheaper prices than the big guys sells it to customers themselves. I have been with Ringplus happily for over 2 years now with a older mid-range smartphone & paying 15$ for month for unlimited talk/text/mms/ and 1GB of data. You can get the same thing except with 3GBs of data for only 30$ including tax! They have great parental control options, and unlimited talk/text/mms plans that have less data for as low as 5$ a month! It runs on Sprint towers, so it says Sprint next to the signal bars instead of Ringplus.
    Just seems smarter and cheaper in my opinion for people who can to buy the expensive phone to pay a little more for it new without any contracts or catch, put a good warranty on it, pay as little as 1/3 the money per month for service, and in the long run, after 2-3 years, contract-free, the phone buys itself pretty much, and you still have it to resell as you please when you want to upgrade!
    The fact that millions are paying Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon & others as much as 100-200% more money per line just because they give you a discount on a fancy phone.. (at the cost of overpaying them for 2 YEARS under contract) ….it just baffles me to be honest.

    • Kim

      Hey JenT. I totally agree with you. I use Ting which also utilizes Sprint’s cell towers. Been using them for 3 years now and am completely satisfied. When the iPhone 6 came out, I walked into my local Verizon store to check out the plans and was surprised to here that you have to “lease” phones nowadays. I still have a functioning iPhone 4 😱 and I feel so good knowing that I’m not paying an arm and a leg for my cell phone service. Heck, my service is better than some of the people that have Verizon, etc. If anyone is interested in checking out Ting, here is my referral code

    • Rachmeist

      Ummm $30 for unlimited talk and text and ONLY 3gbs of data. Yea no. I have tmobile and got unlimited talk, text, 20gbs of LTE and data stash for $40 during a promotion about a year ago.

      The lesson being, look around for options. Just cause they are big companies, does not mean they don’t offer good deals.

      • JenT.

        With all due respect, if you actually use more than 3GBs of data per month, then unless you’re tethering for wifi from all your devices or something, then you have a problem, and it isn’t overpriced phone service.

        • Rachmeist

          Looooooool, I use 3gbs in maybe 5 days! I work in an office with no Wi-Fi and use my phone as an extension of my computer. Checking email, Google, this blog, Twitter. Then I take the bus, so more streaming on my hour long commute each way.

          There are definitely people who use way more than 3gbs. And they don’t have problems. Well at least not data problems 🙂

          • JenT.

            Well like I said, “unless you’re tethering for wifi from other devices” then 3GBs is more than enough for someone to need to use on a smartphone per month. I would say that I use my phone’s data a lot….checking out this site…..on listia….email….eBay….streaming music, but even then I have NEVER used even 3/4s of my 1GB per month….so I would assume that someone who needs more than 3GB’s per month has their smartphones glued to their fingers. . Some people don’t even have all the companies available in their area Most people use both smartphones & computers/tablets, and a lot of people, even in suburban areas like mine, spend the majority of their day somewhere with wifi….so don’t need nearly as much as you….and some people (GASP) actually use their phone mostly or only for talking &/or texting…so need very little data or none at all. Those particular people can get unlimited talk/text/mms plans for only 5$ on ringplus and still have more than enough data on that same 5$ plan to check their emails & browse, which I’m positive is better than paying 800-1200% more for something they’re not even going to use.
            I’m pretty sure a cheaper no contract service would be a smarter option for those people. If your 40$ plan that you got on a promotional basis & under contract suites you better & you, like many people, feel the “need” to have the newest fanciest smartphone all the time, then all the power to you. Congrats for being able to afford it.
            It’s just a shame that so many people don’t go to the BYOD plans only because they don’t know about them, or can’t afford the 500-700$ upfront for the phone they want…..yet they are still convinced that having the newest iphone/etc is so important that they should pay way more monthly for it. My motto is never buy anything (whether it’s via credit card, car payment, flex-pay, etc etc0 that you could not comfortably afford paying for upfront right then and there.

  6. ❤️Grandma ❤️

    So what’s the difference in a trade-in and JUMP?? I’m confused.

  7. Vealada

    I’m on a simple choice plan and went in last Friday and wasn’t required to change to a T-Mobile one plan when I ordered the 7 and started my trade in process on my 5. I might have gotten $100-$150 for my 5. I upgraded to a 7 with 128 gigs. Over two years it will cost me $350, which I think is great. I took screen shots of the terms and conditions when I did this offer. At no time did it say I had to change plans. Customer service even said I wasn’t required. Now when you go to their page, it shows the deal is only for T-mobile one customers. I hope this isn’t a bait and switch as my phone is arriving today.

  8. Amanda

    Was so excited to do this deal, til they changed the terms and now state that you have to have a ONE plan 🙁

  9. Noreen

    When the trade in deal first started, changing your current plan was not required. They had also stated this deal was for short period of time so the ones who did it in the beginning lucked out. That is why I never wait qhen good deals come around because they can change at anytime. And even by trading your old phone it is still a good deal because your old phones are not worth that much when you go to trade or resell.

  10. Danny g

    I did it online on the 1st day and was able to keep my current plan. Got the first phone in today but they forgot my trade in envelope.

    • Keri B

      I didn’t get my trade in envelope either :/ Guess I’ll have to call. Can’t seem to get the new phone activated either so I’m sure they can do that over phone as well

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Glad you scored the phone! Maybe contact them for the envelope.

  11. Avi

    Ok think b4 u did guys…. its not free….. ur trading i ur iphone 6 n playing more…. just cos its a newer model doesnt mean its better…. ask urself… do i really need a new phone or do i just want it cos everyone has it….. think wisely guys.

  12. halo

    halo world

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