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Faster, Smarter, Better Than Before: The New Samsung Galaxy Note9 Takes (Half) Off for T-Mobile

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Starting tonight, get half off Samsung's most advanced smartphone
ever when you pre-order with trade-in

And, buy one, take half off another Samsung Galaxy Watch at launch
later this year

The best of the best just got better. Today the Un-carrier (NASDAQ: TMUS) announced that the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 will be available for
pre-order starting this Thursday, August 9, at 9:01 p.m. PT. And for a
limited time, customers can snag this beast of a phone – that lights up
every single advanced capability of the T-Mobile network, including 600
MHz – for 50% off with qualifying
Samsung trade-in
over 24 monthly bill credits. And as icing on the
cake, T-Mobile unveiled a screaming deal on the new Samsung Galaxy
Watch, which is heading to stores later this year.

"We've been expanding and adding capacity to our network at a breakneck
pace, so customers can enjoy all the features of phones like the Note9
on the fastest LTE network in the country," said John Legere, CEO of
T-Mobile. "Every flagship launch, Samsung raises the bar, and we're
doing the same. From gigabit speeds to 600 MHz coverage across 33
states, if you want to really unlock the potential of a device of this
caliber, the best place to do it is T-Mobile, period."

Also unveiled today was the top-of-the-line Samsung Galaxy Watch,
launching later this year at the Un-carrier. Customers who pick up a
Galaxy Watch at launch on T-Mobile's interest-free Equipment Installment
Plan (EIP) can get another for half off with 24 monthly bill credits
when you add a line!

Available in select stores starting August 24 in Ocean Blue and Lavender
Purple, the Galaxy Note9 will come in two memory sizes: the 128GB model
will run $30/month on T-Mobile's zero-interest EIP ($279.99 down, FRP:
$999.99) and the 512GB model will also be $30/month ($529.99 down, FRP:
$1,249.99). The Galaxy Watch will be available in two sizes: the 42mm
comes in Midnight Black or Rose Gold for $15/month ($15 down, FRP:
$375), and the 46mm size comes in Silver, running customers $16/month
($16 down, FRP: $400) on EIP. And Samsung's offering a few sweet gifts
for customers who pre-order the Galaxy Note9 before August 23; just head
over to Samsung's Promotions
page
to check them out!

For more information on the Galaxy Note9 at T-Mobile, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/offers/samsung-galaxy-note-9.

Gigabit-class speeds may require qualifying plan or extra
feature. Limited time offers; subject to change. Tax on pre-credit price
due at sale. Pricing for well-qualified customers. Equipment Installment
Plan: 24 monthly payments, 0% APR. Must be active and in good standing
to receive credits; allow 2 bill cycles. 50% Off Note9: Contact us
before cancelling wireless service to discontinue device payments, or
credits stop & remaining balance at full price is due.

Qualifying credit, service, trade-in, and finance agreement required.
$500 or $250 in total credits (including trade-in credit), depending on
trade-in. Samsung Watch: If you cancel wireless service
remaining balance becomes due.
Qualifying credit, service, and
finance agreements for both devices required. Max 12/account. May not be
combinable with some offers or discounts (e.g., Carrier Freedom).

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Samsung are all trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All other
brand, product, and service names and logos are marks of their
respective owners. Screen images simulated. Appearance of products may
vary.

About T-Mobile US, Inc.

As America's Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ:TMUS) is redefining
the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading
product and service innovation. Our advanced nationwide 4G LTE network
delivers outstanding wireless experiences to 75.6 million customers who
are unwilling to compromise on quality and value. Based in Bellevue,
Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its subsidiaries and
operates its flagship brands, T-Mobile and MetroPCS. For more
information, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com.

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