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The Black Friday deals from every carrier out there are rolling in by the minute. Everything from free phones to free smartwatches/tablets/accessories, and even some additional perks, can currently be had by new and existing subscribers. The deals keep coming, as T-Mobile joins into the fun with a bunch of deals of its own, all of which are worth checking out.

T-Mobile is offering a range of holiday deals on the latest tech, catering to both new and existing customers. We already covered one of the deals that landed as part of this — a nice free 50″ 4K TV — but trust us when we say that there’s a lot more stuff to unravel here.

Perhaps the more notable one is the “Ultimate Bundle”, available for new and existing customers, which lets you combine different offers to get a free phone, watch, and earbuds, resulting in notable holiday savings exceeding $1,300.

What free phones and tech can you get as part of this? You have a few options, including the Samsung Galaxy S23, the Galaxy Z Flip 5, the Google Pixel 8 series, and many others, all with 24 months of bill credits.

T-Mobile is also providing free watches such as the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and Google Pixel Watch, earbuds such as the Galaxy Buds 2, along with discounts on accessories and select JBL products.

T-Mobile’s popular “Four Lines for $100” deal is also back for the holidays, providing four voice lines for $100/month on select plans, saving customers $480/year compared to other carriers. Along with the great monthly price, you can snag free iPhones too.

Metro by T-Mobile, T-Mobile’s prepaid brand, is also introducing deals starting today, featuring affordable home internet, free Samsung phones and tablets, and discounted Motorola Razr phones.

Some terms do apply. Namely, if you get any of the new hardware and you cancel your service before getting all 24 bill credits, you’ll need to pay the remaining balance on the financed hardware. You also need to pay tax on the full price of that hardware, as well as a $35 device connection charge for each line. You should definitely read through the full terms before getting anything here.

The offers are live, so snag them while you can on T-Mobile’s website.

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