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T-Mobile: Up to $200 gift card when you trade in a BlackBerry for Samsung

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$200 gift card
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In-store only, T-Mobile continues to offer a gift card for up to $200 for free when you trade in any working BlackBerry device and purchase a new Samsung phone with a post-paid service plan. (The gift card can be used towards the purchase of the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Light, or Galaxy S5.) Although we saw a general $200 credit when you traded in a working Blackberry device in February, this is tied with last week's mention as another very strong trade-in deal from T-Mobile, yielding significant savings.

Don't want a Samsung? You can still get a $100 gift card for free when you upgrade your BlackBerry to any new smartphone. (Scroll down to see this offer.)

Handy Handsets: Cheapest iPhone 5S Ever, Motorola Prepaid Phone for $8

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We passed a remarkable anniversary recently: On April 3, 1973, the first phone call from a handheld mobile device was placed. We've come a long way in 41 years! Now, whether you're searching for the latest smartphone or a simple prepaid device, this roundup of five Editors' Choice phone deals has the handset for you.

$75 off Samsung Galaxy Gear Android Watch

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T-Mobile takes $75 off the Samsung Galaxy Gear Android Watch in Black. model no. SM-V7000ZKAXAR. Shipping adds $5.99. This smartwatch is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and other Galaxy smartphones and features a 800MHz processor, 1.6" 320x320 AMOLED display, 4GB internal storage, 1.9-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0, and various Samsung apps.

Upcoming at T-Mobile: Simple Starter Data Plan w/ no overage fees/mo.

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Starting April 12, T-Mobile will offer its Simple Starter Data Plan for $40 per month, which includes unlimited talk and text and up to 500MB of 4G LTE data. Of particular note, it will have no data overage fees. (You won't be allowed to go over the 500MB limit, unless you choose to pay for extra data.) See T-Mobile for more information.
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