Earlier this week, T-Mobile announced that it was launching a Buy One Get One Free promotion for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. As the name suggests, customers who purchase one unit of Samsung’s new flagship smartphone will receive the other for free. T-Mobile then launched a similar promotion for the LG G6 but according to a new report, it has now been pulled by LG.


The promotion offers customers who purchased one LG G6 the second one for free. Initially, they had to pay for both devices but LG would eventually cover the cost of the second device.

Once a customer purchased two units from T-Mobile, they had to go to LG’s redemption page and provide their contact information, IMEI numbers, and images of the receipt as proof of purchase.

LG would then process all of the information provided and would eventually send them a cheque for $500 which would cover the cost of the LG G6 on T-Mobile. The eligibility period was kept open until June 8th but the promotion has now been pulled.

In a message communicated to all stores, T-Mobile notifies stores that the LG G6 promotion has been pulled by LG and can no longer be honored. Customers who may have any questions about this will be referred to LG Support by T-Mobile reps.

No reasons have been provided for this move by LG so if you’d like to get two flagship smartphones for the price of one on T-Mobile, the Galaxy S8 is your only option.

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