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    Youve Got Our Backs, So Weve Got Yours. T-Mobile Launches Extensive Military Suppor

    Available April 22nd

    20% off the first line and half off up to five additional voice lines.

    The first line is $55 with AutoPay normally $70. And it's Half Off after that, up to six lines just $25 for the second line and $10 per line for the third through sixth lines with AutoPay.

    B1G1 Plus, anyone on T-Mobile ONE Military can get a Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+ or S8 Active at Half Off, too! Simply snag your new phone on an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) by May 31st and get your discount back via 24 monthly bill credits for up to three phones per account.

    Bellevue, Washington April 18, 2018 T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today unveiled an expansive, new companywide initiative to thank America's military, veterans, and their families. First up, the Un-carrier introduced T-Mobile ONE Military new plan for our nation's military, their families and their small businesses. T-Mobile ONE Military includes everything in T-Mobile ONE all at T-Mobile's biggest discount ever for families with Half Off family lines. And, to keep the Half Off thank you going, military customers can get Half Off the most popular Samsung superphones including the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ -- via bill credits through May 31. It all starts April 22 at T-Mobile stores nationwide or by calling 1-800-TMobile.

    Details: T-Mobile ONE Military: Submit military identification within 45 days at; otherwise your plan will become T-Mobile ONE at an additional cost of up to $20/line per month. Military individual must be account holder & account must maintain valid military line. Credit approval, deposit, and $25 SIM starter kit or $20 upgrade support charge may be required. Not combinable with other plans, discounts, or features; existing customers who switch may lose certain benefits. Without AutoPay, $5 more/line. Biggest discount ever for military families ineligible for T-Mobile ONE 55+ (which doesn't include Netflix a $10.99 value). Samsung 50% Off: Submit military I.D. w/in 45 days at and remain active & in good standing on military plan to receive bill credits.? If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance on your smartphone may become due; contact us for details. Qualifying credit, plan, & finance agreement required. Tax on pre-credit price due at sale. Allow 2 bill cycles. Max 3/account. May not be combined with some offers or discounts.

    Folks who don't need / want the phone offers and only need two lines will be better off staying on the $60/$70 55+ senior plans (assuming they don't want or need Netflix). Here's the breakdown of the military discount pricing:

    1 Line = $55

    2 Lines = $80 ($40/line)

    3 Lines = $90 ($30/line)

    4 Lines = $100 ($25/line)

    5 Lines = $110 ($22/line)

    6 Lines = $120 ($20/line)

    Very solid pricing on these plans if you're eligible and need anything other than 2 lines, in which case the 55+ plan (if eligible) is the best bet. Keep in mind that Netflix is included with the new military plans but is not included with the 55+ plan.

    PS: For the nice detailed post, credit goes out to tlowing & DeathCab on Slickdeals

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