ZTE launched the Quartz, its first Android Wear smartwatch, back in April, with a $199 price tag on T-Mobile all-in or $192 if you bought it with the Equipment Installment Plan (EIP). Those definitely aren't bad prices for this device, especially considering that it's running the latest Android Wear 2.0.
Now though T-Mobile wants you to have the ZTE Quartz for the amazingly low price of $48. That's not a typo. You're saving around $150 indeed. The catch? You need to grab the watch on EIP. If you go this route, instead of shelling out $0 down then $8 per month for two years for the wearable, you still pay nothing upfront, but the monthly installment amount will be just $2.
The EIP runs 24 months, thus the total being $48. Note that this is a limited time deal, act fast if you're interested. The price reduction comes in the form of bill credits, so if you cancel wireless service the credits will stop and the full device balance is due (calculated from its normal price of $192).
what did you think they were going to do? there's always a financial incentive for a company to do something like this.
the deal is with service that is correct, but the service (line they require to add is only $5)
WARNING: they force you to buy cellular service for the watch to get this pricing. So it's not really $2, its that much plus the $10-15 line. Booooooooo