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T-Mobile is about ready to launch a new set of deals that can save you some serious cash on a new iPhone.

Starting on Friday, June 15, the Uncarrier is launching three separate limited-time promotions.

Basically, when you buy a new iPhone — from the iPhone 7 to the iPhone X — you’ll get up to $700 off a second iPhone of equal or lesser value.

The first promotion is offered directly by T-Mobile and is available online or at any brick-and-mortar location.

It applies to new devices purchased on EIP throughout the eligible period. New customers must also open two new lines of service to net the deal, while existing customers can add a single line to an existing plan.

In addition, T-Mobile is also offering two rebate deals for iPhones purchased at an Apple Store or Costco Warehouse.

Basically, users can purchase two new iPhones at either location and get up to $700 via prepaid card within six to eight weeks.

Like with the direct T-Mobile offer, new customers will need to add two new line of service while existing customers will be able to add one to their account.

To get the rebate, customers will need to submit a copy of the device purchase receipt and enter a code at T-Mobile’s Rebates webpage. IMEI details and an image of the original purchase receipt will need to be uploaded. Rebate codes are listed below.

  • Apple Store: APL18JUNAPL
  • Costco: COS18JUNAPL

T-Mobile notes that no trade-in or line port is required for any of these deals. Apple handsets that are eligible for the offer are listed below.

  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X

There’s a limit of six discounted devices per account. Additionally, none of the offers can be combined with Carrier Freedom or T-Mobile’s Get Out of the Red promotions.

It’s not currently clear how long the promotion will last. While it’s slated to kick off tomorrow, the end date is only listed as “to be announced.”

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