T-Mobile to Kick Off Black Friday a Week Early

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T-Mobile is kicking off its Black Friday savings a week early. This weekend, new and existing T-Mobile customers with two voice lines can get two more lines for free. The deal runs from Friday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Nov. 20.

"Whether you're a family of four getting two lines free or an existing customer adding a smartphone and/or tablet to your plan, it's still $0 a month when you add up to 2 additional lines," the carrier wrote in its announcement.

Meanwhile, deal hunters in the market for a new device might find what they're looking for at T-Mobile this Black Friday weekend. Here's a list of deals that will be available starting Thanksgiving Day through Sunday, Nov. 27:

Meanwhile, Microsoft, GameStop, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Amazon, and Staples have also announced details of their Black Friday 2016 sales.

For more deals, check out Offers.com and TechBargains.com.

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