Note II, Galaxy S III To See Major Price Changes On T-Mobile [Exclusive]

Filed under Rumors by Chance Miller on November 6, 2012 at 11:04 PM

T-Mobile has some big changes coming to the prices of many of its phones. A trustworthy source of mine has just sent several screenshots of an internal memo that shows the price many smartphones dropping. Phones such as the One S, Note II, and Galaxy S III will all see pricing changes tomorrow.

Major changes include:

  • HTC One S: Will drop from $149.99 to $99
  • LG Optimus L9: Will drop from $79.99 to $49.99 for new customers and fall to $29.99 for upgrades
  • Samsung Galaxy Note II: Will drop from $369.99 to $249.99
  • Samsung Galaxy S Blaze: Will drop from $99.99 to $49.99
  • Samsung Galaxy S II: Will drop from $149.99 to $79.99
  • Samsung Galaxy S III: Will drop from $279.99 to $129.99

Many other devices will be receiving price cuts, and you can see them all in the images below.

Do you plan on picking up any of the more affordable phones? Let us know in the comments!

14 Responses to “Note II, Galaxy S III To See Major Price Changes On T-Mobile [Exclusive]”

  1. Richard Yarrell says:

    This makes me extra glad I waited for November 15th to buy the Galaxy Note 2. Always great to get a deal… Tmobile is the place folks..

  2. JosephHindy says:

    Son of a bitch, I just bought my T-Mo Note 2 and Galaxy S 3 yesterday.

    Should’ve waited!

  3. gopmatt says:

    Yeah the off contract prices went up by $50…

  4. Pink Couture says:

    If this is true, im going to t mobile right now!!!!!!! Thank You!!1 <3

    • Not cool says:

      Don’t do it! I went and tried together the Samsung Galaxy SIII for 129.99 but they said that’s a down payment. Then you pay 20 a month for 20 months (added to your phone bill). So you end up paying 529.99 for the phone.

    • Not Cool says:

      Don’t do it! I went and tried together the Samsung Galaxy SIII for 129.99 but they said that’s a down payment. Then you pay 20 a month for 20 months (added to your phone bill). So you end up paying 529.99 for the phone.

      • Yeah, but you are forgetting that you pay $20 less per month for your plan. This is actually how Europe is, but they don’t have a payment plan for phones. They just have to buy the phones full price up front. Thankfully, here, you don’t have to.

  5. Ashok says:

    Can u say how it reduce in indian rupees?

  6. jgoalsp says:

    I’m still waiting for this to happen and I’ve been checking T-Mobile’s website ever since this story was posted. I hope they’re still planning on doing lowering these prices, even though November 7th already passed.

  7. Whyrd says:

    I’ve put off buying the HTC one s because of this. When is t-mobile gonna drop the prices?