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T-Mobile Offering $100 Discount on Select Tablets, 2014 Galaxy Note 10.1 Included

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Normally around this time of year, I am only worried about a gift for my father to celebrate Father’s Day. However, being a freshly-graduated adult has shown me that you sometimes have more to worry about. For people possibly in the same situation, T-Mobile is offering up a discount on their tablet line, allowing customers to save a few bucks. 

Starting today, running through June 15, T-Mobile will be offering up to $100-off select tablets to new and existing customers. This discount includes the 2014 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, with T-Mobile stating it to be one of its most popular tablets. The Note 10.1 is fully capable of taking advantage of T-Mobile’s LTE network, so you can break free of the “WiFi zone” that T-Mobile says we are all stuck in.

Keep in mind that new and existing customers get 1GB of free data through the end of 2014, with 200MB for life when you sign up a tablet on your voice plan.

If you are on a tighter budget, T-Mobile announced that they will be offering the new Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 tablet starting this month. Starting June 18, this new 7″ tablet will be available at the “screaming” deal of $168. That is full-retail price, so if you choose to pick up this budget tablet, your wallet will thank you.

Head on over to T-Mobile’s website to browse through the tablet selection to see if anything strikes your fancy.

  • JCastag74

    I am confused here. TMo is supposed to sell the LTE tablets for the same price as their WiFi counterparts. And from what I have heard, it was $600 before this promotion, NOT $699

    So the WiFi version of the note is 599, so shouldn’t it be 100 off that making it 499??

    • Travis Sorenson

      That was a promotion and it ended a while ago.

  • Christopher Bement

    Unfortunately T-Mobile only offers iPads and Samsung devices (of which, they sell 2). No more Nexus 7s or really anything else. I’ll wait.

  • Ballerado

    I got excited about this until I realized the 2014 Note would still be $600 after the discount ($25 x 24 months).

  • James

    I’d wait for I/O before pulling the trigger on a tablet, just in case. Nexus 8?

    • Maxim∑

      The only hardware I expect at I/O is Android wear stuff. Otherwise we might see a separate keynote like with the Nexus 7 2013

  • socalrailroader

    “The Note 10.1 is fully capable of taking advantage of T-Mobile’s LTE network, so you can break free of the “WiFi zone” that T-Mobile says we are all stuck in.”

    That, or their slow HSPA or EDGE.

    • UniBroW

      Slow hspa? Edge yes, hspa is plenty fast

  • BSweetness

    For all of the talk about the 2014 Edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1 in the title and in the article, the picture is of the original Galaxy Note 10.1 from 2012, which T-Mobile doesn’t even offer at this time.

    • Matthew

      Yeah,Article is about note 10.1 2014 and on photo is 2012.WTF

    • Brent Cooper

      First thing I noticed. And on a side note, I love the note 10.1 2014 edition. Great tablet!

      • DanSan

        same here. i was never a tablet guy. owned the original nexus 7 which i ended up selling right before the 2013 edition came out. Ended up winning a 32GB note 10.1 2014 edition at my new job. Was going to sell it but ended up keeping it and i love this thing. use it everyday, love the screen size and definitely love the S-Pen. Never thought id find a use for the S-pen but its really cool. It makes my S4 feel so small, makes me want a note 3 now lol

      • BSweetness

        As do I. It’s absolutely fantastic.

        I love not having to worry about accumulating piles of papers everywhere from the handwritten notes I’m required to take daily. They’re all saved electronically and accessible across all of my devices.

    • http://www.droid-life.com/ Eric Rees

      Whoops! Tagged wrong in our image database. Lemme look at that.