The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is now available at T-Mobile launched a new sale to kick off smartphone upgrade season this October. The wireless carrier is now offering the Galaxy Note 3 and other select devices for no money down.
Beginning Wednesday (Oct. 2) on its T-Mobile release, customers can purchase the new Galaxy Note 3 from T-Mobile and pay $0 in up front fees when they choose any plan. The full retail price of the phone is $708 and instead, customers can pay $29.50 a month over a period of 24 months, and pay no money up front. T-Mobile was initially selling the Galaxy Note 3 for $199.99 and $21 for 24 months while accepting pre-orders prior to its release date.
“Beginning tomorrow, October 2, for a limited time we will be offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as well as the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and LG G2 at $0 down for well-qualified customers,” T-mobile said in a news release Wednesday.
The Galaxy Note 3’s predecessor, the Galaxy Note 2, has a monthly device cost of $24 for 24 months with $0 down. The Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG G2 are both $25 per month for 24 months, with no $0 down.
With the T-Mobile Simple Choice Plan, customers get unlimited talk, text and Web along with up to 500MB of high-speed data for $50 per month. For $60 a month customers can get up to 2.5GB of data or unlimited 4G LTE data for $70 per month. Unlike many other carrier plans, there are no annual contracts with T-Mobile.
As per a conversation with a T-Mobile sales representative over the phone, the $0 down deal is not limited to a specific plan. Customers can choose any plan they want and still pay zero money down on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and select devices.
For a limited time, the no money down sale is available across the United States and at participating T-Mobile retail stores. For more information, visit T-Mobile online.