Get a Samsung Vibrant Free from T-Mobile with New Two-Year Contract or Extension

Yeah, it will still be a little while before the Vibrant and its brethren of US Galaxy S phones gets Android 2.2 (let alone 2.3), but that shouldn’t stop you from considering a great deal on the handset from T-Mobile. If you purchase the phone online with a new two-year contract or an extension of your old TMo ball and chain you can walk with the Samsung Vibrant for free (or sit and wait for it to ship, rather) today. Get at it, folks.

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  • Keller

    I beleive i speak for everyone when I say: Fuck that

  • Contraus

    I second that emotion. I already have one of those pieces of shit.

  • Julian

    lmao, Keller. I second that.

  • Ace Curry

    Does T-Mobile still have a $200 ETF?

  • Steven Skwarkowski

    I am STILL waiting for my rebate from TMobile from September…the first rebate process was delayed due to a FUBAR on there end. Big f-ing surprise! Waiting on $150….gay!!!!!!!!!

  • Steven Skwarkowski

    $200 ETF. Get free phones, new contract…sell phones and gets $400+

  • Jeffe

    I have one of these and I love it. I also rooted and updated it myself to a custom 2.2 ROM and it is like a whole new phone.. Is it the hardware you hate or the stock OS on it?

  • khaddem

    I already have the vibrant when it first came out and it’s my 1st android phone. It’s a fun phone but being a blackberry guy, i am not sweating the lack of 2.2 upgrade. I let my kids play with it for games downloaded from the android market. However, i am curious to see how it will fare against the new galaxy S2 coming in Feb and the LG dual core as well.. Other than that, i stay with my trusty blackberry until a really good android phone knocks my socks off and is worth spending my on.

  • khaddem

    I already have the vibrant when it first came out and it’s my 1st android phone. It’s a fun phone but being a blackberry guy, i am not sweating the lack of 2.2 upgrade. I let my kids play with it for games downloaded from the android market. However, i am curious to see how it will fare against the new galaxy S2 coming in Feb and the LG dual core as well.. Other than that, i stay with my trusty blackberry until a really good android phone knocks my socks off and is worth spending my hard earned money on.

  • tomnewtn

    I second the commotion….or third, whatever

  • http://www.pooporchocolate.com/ teckel

    T-Mobile also has no contract monthly pricing that’s not on their web site. Rates are lower than those posted on their site. Don’t get suckered into “free” phones with 2 year contract extensions, you’re really not getting them for free. And when you go with no contract pricing, you’re not forced to pay for data if you don’t need it. For example, a family plan and your kids don’t need data (WiFi is plenty good for kids).

  • ACR

    Root it and install 2.2 ROM as soon as you get this, then never care about official 2.2 again.

  • Juan

    Stock OS.

  • charlotte

    there’s a lot you can say about Samsung’s history with updates, but this phone is certainly not a “piece of shit”
    jesus christ with the whining.

  • Jeffe

    Rooting is not that difficult… I am truly amazed how snappy and how beautiful my Vibrant is now with the custom rom…

    Here is the video tutorial I used to root and install the rom on mine…

  • jdizzle

    @charlotte. Thank you. I could not agree more. If people don’t like a phone then just go get another one and shut up.

  • Chronos

    I 3nd what charlotte and Jdizzle said. I got this phone and rooted it the day it came out and love it.

  • Kim

    The fact that consumers have to go in and re-do the brains (or lack thereof) on the Vibrant is testament to what a piece of crap it is. I’m sure that if I were a tech person I wouldn’t mind fiddling with my Vibrant. But when doing so voids my warranty, and the phone sucks if I don’t root,etc., what is the point?
    I want my blackberry back.

  • Kim

    PS “Going to get another one” means shelling out several hundred dollars if you were roped into a contract with the Vibrant.