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T-Mobile Prepaid Phone + Free $30 Prepaid Refill

1. Add to Cart from $19.99
2. Get with activation

also has GoPhone (Prepaid Phone) + $25 Airtime Card from $35 shipped (scroll down to see the offers)
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Sep 23, 2009
bjlevin Aug 26, 2009
Get $30 in Free Refills!

Limited Time Offer

Go Prepaid and enjoy a $30 bonus on us! With our flexible Prepaid plans, there’s no annual contract, credit check, or monthly bill.

$30 in free refills paid over two months. Activate by 9/8/09. Offer valid 7/15/09 thru 9/8/09 at participating locations only. Must activate new prepaid line & remain active for 2 months. $10 refill will be applied at activation, $10 refill will be applied one month from activation, and $10 refill will be applied two months from activation. See Pricing, Services, and Coverage brochures and T-Mobile's Terms and Conditions (including arbitration provision) at, for rate plan information, charges for features and services, and restrictions and details. © T-Mobile USA, Inc.
bjlevin Aug 26, 2009
There does not appear to be any small print.
One (1) year [from date of purchase] warranty on all new handsets.
My brother turned me on to the best use of this type of phone: after fully charged, leave it in your glove box for emergencies - monitor for the first couple weeks to verify lasting charge.
coupcoup Aug 20, 2009
Great deal. You pay $20 and get a phone and $30 air time.
May 28, 2009
Offer expired
Apr 09, 2009
it workds
Ziaahmad Mar 26, 2009
cthayer Mar 26, 2009
seriously, once you have a smart phone you can never go matter how good the deal dial-up internet :)
coupcoup Mar 26, 2009
Back in stock. Great deal on prepaid phones.
tehk1w1 Mar 02, 2009
Yeah, I've had trouble with T-mobile in the past -I try not to do business with them. Still -the offer seems tempting.
yakky Oct 23, 2008
T-mo is notorious for not paying out on rebates. A letter of intent to sue to their executive customer care dept will get you a credit for the amount. Its bunk but I've been through it a few times.
moose Sep 30, 2008
dundidit Nov 07, 2007
From other websites, i saw people get their rebate. i just its a huge ymmy
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ContinentalD Sep 10, 2007
Wait, T-Mobile's website is not an authorized dealer of T-Mobile's products and services? And how exactly could we know that?
rslong Sep 04, 2007
The rebate form you applied under clearly states the following under the first condition:

Rebate offer valid ONLY for purchase of a t-mobile ....... from an authorized T-mobile national retail channel or authorized dealer. Any tmobile location, be it a store, website, or customer service would not be an authorized dealer. Only a 3rd party company who have been authorized specifically to sell these phones with a rebate by tmobile would qualify.

As such we cannot pay out your rebate.

Mark T
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ContinentalD Sep 10, 2007
"Rebate offer valid ONLY for purchase of a t-mobile ....... from an authorized T-mobile national retail channel or authorized dealer."

That part is in the rebate form. However, "Any tmobile location..." is *not* in the form.

I don't that they can claim that the website is not an authorized dealer. It is dealing the products in question, and obviously authorized by the company. Repeat: there is nothing on the rebate form that says only 3rd party companies will qualify.
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rslong Sep 04, 2007
T-Mobile won't honor this deal! You must buy phones from a "T-Mobile Retail Partner" and not from Wal-Mart, Target, Sam's etc. As usual I got screwed on yet another rebate deal. Read the fine print,
or better yet, never buy anything with a rebate.
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