T-Mobile: Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Order Thread

jlangner

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T-Mobile Preorders start tonight at 11:00CDT

T-mobile giving 50% off via monthly credits. Still not bad deal.
 

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Re: T-Mobile Preorders start tonight at 11:00CDT

Tmo sight says this
Pre-order a new Galaxy Note9 and choose between free AKG noise-cancelling wireless headphones, or a free game bundle with Fortnite! Want them both? Get them together for just $99.


on samsung.com they are charging for the headphones. 299.00
 

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Seems to be the best deal ATM. Hope other carriers match this promo.IMG1913455945998752450.jpg
 

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Re: T-Mobile Preorders start tonight at 11:00CDT

Starting to think JOD really isn't worth it any more.
That's an understatement. Who would put down that much money if they were going to turn it in in a few months? Does outright EIP exist without a down payment, either?
 

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That's an understatement. Who would put down that much money if they were going to turn it in in a few months? Does outright EIP exist without a down payment, either?

Haven't seen any phones, new anyway, that didn't have a down payment. I was thinking of trading in my s8 Active for this but now I may just ride it out until the end and pay it off. JOD really doesn't provide any benefit to me at this point.
 

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If you're trading in a Note8, T-Mobile gives you $500 off via 24 monthly bill credits. So if you only keep your phone for a year before upgrading again, you only get $250 off (because you'll have to pay off the remaining balance when you sell or trade your Note 9 in a year).

So if you plan to upgrade yearly, seems like it's better to sell your Note8 on eBay now instead of trading it in to T-Mobile.
 

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I have JUMP. When I got my Note 8, my Note 5 was paid off. I had to make a "down payment", it was over $200. Since they wanted so little for my Note 5, around $159, I decided to keep it as back up. It was worth more then that.

Now the Note 5 is worth the $500 trade in for this offer and it's still in good condition. I owe $390 on my Note 8. I could trade in my Note 5 and keep my Note 8 as a back up device. But the Note 9 didn't really wow me Too much.
 
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Never mind. I got the pricing here.

T-Mobile


128GB Galaxy Note 9: $279.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP
512GB Galaxy Note 9: $529.99 down and $30 per month for 24 months on EIP






T-Mobile is taking pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 9 starting tonight at 9:01 pm PT. It will also release the device on August 24. The 128GB and 512GB models cost $999 and $1,249 respectively at full retail. The 128GB model is $30 per month for 24 months on T-Mobile’s 24 month EIP plan and $40 per month for 18 months on its JOD plan. The 512GB Galaxy Note 8 is $30 per month for 24 months. It’s not available on the JOD plan.
 

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