T-Mobile SCORE! Program Offers Deals on Smartphones for $5/Month

T-Mobile SCORE! Program Offers Deals on Smartphones for $5/Month

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T-Mobile has unveiled a new SCORE! program that offers deals on smartphones for $5/month.

Starting today, T-Mobile customers can join SCORE! for just $5 a month. After six months in the program, members automatically qualify for a free entry-level smartphone. After 12 months, they’ll be able to get deals on all T-Mobile smartphones including the hottest new 4G LTE devices.

“SCORE! is a radically new Un-carrier approach to locking in lower costs on your next smartphone,” said John Legere, president and CEO for T-Mobile. “And, it’s yet another breakthrough improvement over the old-school carriers’ restrictive service contracts, hidden subsidy costs and slooooow upgrades.”

T-Mobile says that if you joined SCORE! six months ago, you could get a new smartphone for free − like the Alcatel ONETOUCH Evolve 2 − based on pricing available today. Or, if you joined 12 months ago you could get a free LG L90 LTE smartphone or at least $150 off a phone like the Samsung Galaxy S5.

SCORE! is open to everyone, including customers on T-Mobile’s newly launched Simply Prepaid plans. You can learn more about it at the link below...

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T-Mobile SCORE! Program Offers Deals on Smartphones for $5/Month
Judge Dreed - January 27, 2015 at 6:08am
You end up saving paying the initial bulk but end up suffering if the phone breaks, the stipulation is then that you buy the full price as the SCORE is design to save you the initial cost but will hurt you when the phone is damaged. You save 85 dollars in the end if you don't damage the phone but spend 499 + (Depends on the phone)if you damage it. It is still business. They will get their money.
Really - January 26, 2015 at 10:11pm
Let's do the math, 12 * $5 = $60 that you spent for this non contract contract, and then you only get $150 off a Samsung Galaxy s5, then how long do you have to wait to get another $150 off the next smart phone? Another year? It's better to just sign a 2 year contract and get about $400 off a smartphone.
Nat - January 26, 2015 at 11:26pm
Still better than crooket and borizon.
The Kid - January 27, 2015 at 6:49am
You completely missed the point lol... Although the program still sucks. T-Mobile doesn't offer any "contract prices" anymore, and any carrier who does is going to charge you a lot more monthly.
slybacon - January 27, 2015 at 7:03am
How much do you pay to get out of your 2-year contract to upgrade your "$400-off" phone? You pay that $400 back in your monthly contract anyway and keep paying after year 1, year 2, year 3, etc., unless you get a new phone every two years. Otherwise they will keep charging your ass extra forever. At least at T-Mobile, they will stop charging for the phone once it is paid off. I think it's a good deal. If I've paid $60 over the last year, I get $150 off a new phone ($150-$60=$90 saved) and get 0% interest on a new phone, or I can just pay it off at purchase. As long as I upgrade every year, I will save $90 every year, plus save with my T-Mobile service versus Verizon or AT&T. It's of value to the less fortunate.
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