September 28, 2022

T-Mobile’s latest REVVL 5G phone is now free with damaged device trade-ins

T-Mobile has a lot great phones that you can get for an incredibly low price or even completely free with various strings attached, but while the “Un-carrier” branded REVVL 6 and 6 Pro 5G don’t exactly stand out for their design or their specs, a killer new deal makes the two 5G-enabled mid-ranges simply irresistible.

Released last month at already reasonable list prices of $169.99 and $219.99 respectively, the T-Mobile REVVL 6 and REVVL 6 Pro can now be yours for $0 and $50 with literally any exchange.
We speak intelligently and “dumb” telephones, working or not, with or without visible damage of any kind. Your old handset no longer turns on? T-Mobile will take your hands off your hands and give you a $169.99 credit for a REVVL 6 5G or REVVL 6 Pro 5G purchase, no questions asked.
The screen is cracked or completely broken? No problem. Does it have liquid damage? Bring it on. Is it stolen? This obviously won’t work, but if not, you really can give Magenta your all and get a… decent new Android smartphone for free in the process. You don’t even have to open a new service line, and apparently all packages are eligible for this phenomenal “limited time” offer.

One of the very few things you need to keep in mind before you pull the trigger is that a $35 assisted support or upgrade charge “may be” required for in-store purchases and upgrades. customer service calls regarding this offer, which technically renders the REVVL 6 5G not totally free.

You can of course easily avoid that by ordering the 6.5-inch device online or opting for its larger and slightly better $50 6.82-inch sibling. With HD+ screen resolution and MediaTek Dimensity 700 processing power, the two aren’t exactly among the best phones money can buy right now, but at these discounted and extremely easily accessible prices, their value seems essentially unmatched, at least on paper.
The REVVL 6 Pro 5G, mind you, comes with a fairly hefty 5000mAh battery and a rear-facing quad camera system with a 50MP main shooter, along with a decent amount of 6GB RAM paired with a generous 128 GB of internal storage space. What more could you want from such a budget-friendly device?