Mar 20 AT 4:17 PM Alex Wagner 9 Comments

T-Mobile Galaxy S5 to cost $0 down, pre-orders begin March 24

Samsung Galaxy S5

First AT&T, then U.S. Cellular and now T-Mobile. Yes, with just a few weeks to go before the Samsung Galaxy S5′s launch, the carrier pre-order announcements are coming hard and fast.

T-Mobile is the latest to share its pre-sale plans, revealing that its GS5 will be made available for reservation both in-store and online starting Monday, March 24. T-Mo will be offering a special introductory pre-order price for the GS5 through March 31 of $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.50 each, which works out to a total of $660. The big magenta carrier hasn’t said what the price will be after that.

T-Mobile also points out that it’s still running its Uncarrier 4.0 promotion in which it will pay the early termination fee of any consumer that switches to Big Magenta from another carrier. In order to qualify, interested customers must trade-in their existing hardware (which T-Mobile will give up to a $300 instant credit for), buy a qualifying T-Mobile handset and sign up for a postpaid Simple Choice plan. The consumer can then send their final bill with the ETF on it to T-Mobile in order to be reimbursed up to $350.

T-Mobile’s full announcement of its Galaxy S5 pre-order plans can be found at the link below. You can also hit up the carrier’s Galaxy S5 landing page to register for a chance to win a GS5 and an S-View Flip Cover.

Source: T-Mobile

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