T-Mobile's latest promotion: $100 discount and a free year of Netflix on some Samsung handsets

T-Mobile (NYSE:TMUS) capped its holiday-season promotional campaign with an offer packaging a $100 discount and a free year of Netflix with the sale of some new Samsung smartphones. The carrier is knocking $100 off the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+ and Note 5 at the point of sale.

Those handsets are also in line to receive 75 MB in security updates "as soon as possible," as Tech Times reported this week.

The promotion punctuates an aggressive holiday season for T-Mobile, which has targeted users of each of its tier-one rivals with customized promotions. The carrier has offered a free year of Hulu to Verizon users who switch, discounted iPhones to AT&T users who make the jump, and a $200 credit to Sprint users who change operators.

T-Mobile also introduced an incentive offer on its GoSmart Mobile prepaid brand. GoSmart users on the $45 monthly plan will receive an extra 100 MB of high-speed data for every four renewals and as much as 500 MB of high-speed data after 20 renewals.

For more:
- see this T-Mobile press release
- see this Prepaid Phone News article

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