T-Mobile is putting on a pretty sweet deal for folks who are looking for a new smartphone this October. The company is offering $0 down for those looking to buy the LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy S4, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. These premium devices would ordinarily require $100-$150 down, but getting it for $0 at the point of sale will save you a good bit of money in the short term.
This does mean your monthly installments will be higher than if you were to pay a sizable down payment, but perhaps that’s more attractive to a great deal of prospective customers. These devices join two other Android handsets by LG being offered for $0 down, including the LG Optimus F3 and the LG Optimus L9.
We reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 yesterday, and found that this is one device worth spending your hard-earned money on. Rob Jackson has the full details if you’re curious. It’s a 5.7-inch 1080p smartphone that has a ton of S Pen-centric features, so much that it could be considered a must-have experience for multi-tasking fiends. And who can say no to 3GB of RAM?
The LG G2 is another recent device that has had a lot of people going crazy as of late. The 5.2-inch 1080p smartphone changes things up by putting buttons on the back. Gimmick or ingenious engineering? We’re still undecided, but you’ll be able to find out once our review goes live in the near future.
The Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S4 are a bit older at this point, but they’re no less capable than the other two big boys in this $0 down party. T-Mobile didn’t specify whether this deal would last throughout the entire month, with the carrier only offering up “a limited time only” as the window that you’ll be able to take advantage. It’s already live up on T-Mobile’s website, so check all the aforementioned devices out there if you’re thinking about getting in on this decent opportunity for a great new smartphone.
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