Apple is not the only smartphone manufacturer that is trying to get rid of some products by offering discounted prices. The T-Mobile online store from the US has the Galaxy Note 9 model from Samsung in the 512 GB storage variant available at the price of just $899.99 which is a $305 reduction from its normal price. However, this might as well be an error because this price is also the one at which the Galaxy Note 9 128 GB variant is available.
Monthly payments available
The error speculation can now be erased because T-Mobile, aside from dropping prices, it is also offering monthly payments options. One of these includes the Ocean Blue color device for which you will need to pay $20.84 per month for 36 months after paying $149.99 as the upfront down payment. One thing about this option is that if at the beginning the customer had a SIM starter kit, but wants to switch, they will need to settle the balance.
Trade-in offer available for the same device
On the same page where T-Mobile put the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on display with that mouth-watering-discounted price, another option has been added. If you want to save $360 more, you can trade in your phone. Three slabs are on offer, the $150, the $240, and the $360 one which will be transferred to their monthly bills. There is a list that mentions the phones that can be traded in so depending on that you will get the slab suitable with what you trade in. You should keep in mind that each of these offers also has some conditions attached to them, so make sure to study them well before your final decision.
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