T-Mobile Announces Magenta Friday, Includes Free Galaxy S7 With Trade-In of Galaxy S6 or Note 5

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In a very Uncarrier move, T-Mobile introduces Magenta Friday, its own take on America’s Black Friday shopping holiday. Taking place over the course of this weekend and next weekend, Magenta Friday can land T-Mobile customers quite a few deals, which we shall detail below. 

As announced by the carrier, on November 18 through November 20, a family of four can get two lines for free. Whether it is to add a smartphone or a tablet, customers will pay $0 per month when you add up to two additional lines. With T-Mobile’s ONE plan and two lines free, the total is $30 per line for a family of four – all with unlimited calling, texting and high-speed data. That’s the deal for this weekend.

The following weekend, November 24 through November 27, there’s even better stuff that is detailed below.

It’s that time of year, folks. Deals on deals.

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