T-Mobile saw significant losses in the third quarter despite having its best quarter in terms of customer growth. Reuters

If you’re a new T-Mobile customer shopping for a smartphone, you’re in luck thanks to a limited online sale. Via Droid-Life, T-Mobile’s online store is offering discounts of up to several hundred dollars on a variety of midrange to high-end smartphones.

The best deals include major discounts on the Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge and LG V20 (all three are available for $360 total). Elsewhere, other mid-tier options with major discounts include the Alcatel IDOL ($288), LG Aristo ($120), LG G5 ($408) and Kyocera DuraForce XD ($288).

As Droid-Life notes, you’ll also need to purchase a cellular plan to take advantage of the major hardware discounts. While you can go with T-Mobile’s premium T-Mobile ONE plan, other options like T-Mobile’s Simple Choice plan can qualify for the promotion. Like with most providers, you can also pay a monthly fee to cover the costs of your phone or pay for it outright during the checkout process.

While several of the smartphones included in the promotion are likely general inventory clearing — LG (G6) and Samsung (Galaxy S8) both have new smartphones slated to be released in in the spring — the promotion still has massive upside if you’ve been on the market for deals on higher-end smartphones.

The deal comes on the heels of several notable discounting salvos among all of the wireless carriers. After Verizon announced plans to bring back unlimited data for subscribers, T-Mobile countered by adding additional features like tethering and unlimited video streaming to its T-Mobile ONE plan. The moves inspired additional back and forth among mobile providers, leading to AT&T also joining the competition by reintroducing unlimited data plans for its subscribers.