While Google, Bing, or Yahoo cannot tell consumers a lot about the best iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c Black Friday deals, a confirmed leaked internal memo has revealed that T-Mobile will be offering the latest Apple handsets for free, November 29 through December 1.

T-mobile-focused blog Tmonews was able to get hold of a copy of an internal memo sent to the sales force of the telecom provider. T-Mobile is set to slash the down payment for the Apple iPhone 5s and 5c, that usually goes for $149 and $49 respectively to $0.

"The limited-time $0 down promotion is available for well-qualified customers from Friday, Nov. 29 through Sunday, Dec. 1 at participating T-Mobile retail stores. During this period, customers can get iPhone 5s in the 16GB model for $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $27.00, with a no annual service contract Simple Choice Plan. Customers can get iPhone 5c in the 16GB model for $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $22.91. Well-qualified customers can get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy S4 for $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $29.50 and $25.00, respectively, with a no annual service contract Simple Choice Plan," said a T-Mobile spokesperson when asked by Tmonews

"iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Samsung Galaxy S4 will be $0 down online for one day only on 'Cyber Monday,' Dec. 2 at www.t-mobile.com," the email stated.

Per the memo, T-Mobile will chop off the down payments for the Apple handsets but will cash on the monthly payments that absorbed the discounts.

Aside from the iPhones, T-Mobile will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S4 on zero down, and also the HTC One on a zero down offer packaged with free earbuds from urBeats. There is also the LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and Nexus 5 on low monthly plans under a two-year contract.

Other zero down Black Friday promos from the provider include the Samsung Galaxy S3 with an $18-monthly fee on a two-year contract; Nokia Lumia 925 with $21 monthly and two-year contract; and Sony Xperia Z with a $19-monthly and two-year contract.

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