LATEST:

T-Mobile Is Giving Back Your Taxes When You Buy A New Phone

T-Mobile is giving back your taxes

By fanaticTRX – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31346607

T-Mobile Is Giving Back Your Taxes When You Buy A New Phone

On Monday, T-Mobile President and CEO John Legere announced a new promotion, just a short time after the cellular carrier announced that its plans as quoted included taxes.  Now, the carrier is offering people their sales tax back, when they purchase a new phone, regardless of the model.

In the statement, the CEO said, “You know the old saying about death and taxes? We’re taking on taxes first.  With Un-carrier Next, we went All In and included all those added monthly fees and extra taxes on T-Mobile ONE—all without changing the price. Now, we’re giving you back more than you paid in sales tax on ALL T-Mobile smartphones for you and your entire family. So what are you waiting for?”

The company has been making waves and increasing its number of customers through a great deal of promotions.  Late last year, we posted about switching from AT&T to T-Mobile after 16 years.  In particular, international travelers have great service, with unlimited data and texting from the provider in most countries.  AT&T has tried to compete with that, but I think that effort is largely going to fall flat.

Here’s how you capitalize on this newest deal:

Here’s how it works:

  1. Go to a T-Mobile store or www.t-mobile.com and get your new smartphone on an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP). Don’t forget the rest of the family – or your small business! You can get money back on every new smartphone –with every T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited 4G LTE line up to 12.
  2. Submit your info online, and you’ll get a prepaid MasterCard® with 11.2% of your phone’s price* within 60 days.  That’s more than the sales tax on your phone … and could be over $100 per device! Cha-ching.
  3. Use all that money anywhere you want.  We recommend buying something magenta.
About Jonathan (227 Articles)
Student studying the Middle East. I love traveling, politics, history, and baseball!

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*