Samsung Galaxy A6 and Tab S4 land on T-Mobile this Friday
Both will be available with monthly credit deals.
Lori GruninSenior Editor / Advice
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Starting Friday Nov. 9, you'll be able to pick up a couple of the latest products in
mobile Galaxy -- the midrange Galaxy A6 phone and the flagship Galaxy Tab S4 tablet -- with monthly credits when you lease them from
via its Equipment Installment Plan, using autopay and with a new line.
So, for the 32GB Galaxy A6, the hardware will run you $10 a month for 24 months plus $16 down at signing after the bill credits are applied, with a two-week lag (total $256). In comparison, Sprint offers it for $16 for 18 months under similar conditions (total $288 after opting out of the $9 per month device protection), and the buy-outright international version (no US warranty) runs about $205 on Amazon.
For the Galaxy Tab S4, you have to sign up for a 6GB-or-better T-Mobile Simple Choice or T-Mobile One plan with autopay and it will cost $13.42 a month for 24 months, plus $28 down at signing, after bill credits. That comes to a hardware total of about $350.
Of course, they're limited-time offers, so grab them while you can.
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