As part of the “5G For All” campaign, T-Mobile has offered a variety of free 5G phones since April of 2021. It started with the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G, and expanded to devices like the OnePlus Nord N200 5G. Customers could trade-in any working phone and get any of these devices free via 24 month installments.
A few months ago, the company began accepting damaged devices as trade-ins towards these free phones. It was a limited time, and only lasted about a week. Now it appears the company has silently brought the offer back.
According to a document obtained by us here at The T-Mo Report, and confirmed by viewing fine print on the free 5G phone promotion details pages, customers can once again trade in a damaged device to receive one of 3 free 5G phones. These include the OnePlus Nord N200 5G, the TCL 30 XE 5G, and the Revvl 6 5G. The Revvl 6 Pro 5G is also included in the offer, but that device costs $50 instead of free after the trade-in.
Whether you have a working older flip phone or a box of scraps from a smartphone you threw in a blender, pretty much all phones are valid for this trade-in. If you’re on a postpaid T-Mobile account that can finance devices, you’re eligible to take advantage of this promo.
The offer began October 20th, and currently does not have an end date set. Customers are limited to 4 redemptions of each phone per account. If you’re interested in taking advantage of the offer, be sure to do so online before you have to pay the new DCC fee.