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November 20, 2014

T-Mobile Offering Black Friday Deal on Tablet before Black Friday

As we move into the middle of November, we are starting to see a number of companies getting ready for Black Friday, letting customers know what ridiculous deals they’ll be able to get their hands on. At the same time, there are plenty of companies that are releasing applications to help people find those deals. Of course, quite a few of the best deals will be ones you won’t need a whole lot of help finding because companies like T-Mobile are going to make sure their sales are front and center.

One such Black Friday deal that is actually going to start well before Black Friday is T-Mobile’s offering of a 7-inch Alcatel ONETOUCH Pop 7 for free. Of course, the tablet isn’t entirely free. Existing customers will be able to get their hands on this device starting November 21 as long as they also purchase a new data plan. Still, if you are looking to get a tablet that has a cellular connection anyway, you won’t have to pay anything up front but sales tax on what the device would normally cost. Those existing customers are not only getting a deep discount but they are actually getting a head start on the deal. On November 22 the deal will be opened to the rest of the public.

As with all things, it’s important to make sure you know what you’re getting into when it comes to Holiday shopping. This particular T-Mobile deal will end up costing you the full purchase price of the tablet ($168) if you cancel your data plan before the end of 24 months. That price still isn’t all that outrageous for a tablet that sports Android 4.2 Jelly Bean device with a 1.3 dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. The Alcatel ONETOUCH Pop 7 also claims to be one of the thinnest and lightest 3G tablets on the market with a width of 8.9mm and weighing in at just over half a pound.




Edited by Maurice Nagle


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