T-Mobile Offers $50 MasterCard Gift For New Value Plan Customers

T-Mobile is certainly making every effort to increase their Value Plan sign-ups as a new promotions a $50 MasterCard Gift Card for signing up with new service. The offer begins today, October 29th and runs through November 27th and requires a brand new T-Mobile account, and transferring your number from another carrier.

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The full details including all the terms and conditions follow:

Did you know you can switch to T-Mobile and keep your current phone number? It’s easy. And for a limited time, when you transfer a number to T-Mobile, you can get a $50 prepaid MasterCard® after mail-in rebate to spend however you like

Hurry! Offer expires November 27, 2012.

FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS:

  1. SIGN UP FOR T-MOBILE SERVICE
    Shop all our Value Plans.
  2. TRANSFER YOUR NUMBER
    Tell us the number you’d like to transfer at checkout and activate service on your new phone or SIM card.
  3. REQUEST YOUR $50 GIFT CARD
    Mail us your completed rebate request form. We’ll mail your gift card back to you within 60 days.

Offer expires 11/27/2012; subject to change. Participating locations only. Phone purchase, activation of qualifying Value Plan, and transfer of phone number from a qualifying wireless carrier during the period from 10/29/12-11/27/12 required. Must remain active and in good standing at time rebate is processed. Rebate provided in the form of a prepaid Mastercard payment card. Allow 6-8 weeks for processing. See rebate form for details. General Terms: Domestic only. Credit approval, $35 activation fee/line, deposit and qualifying Value Plan on two-year contract (with up to $200/line early cancellation fee) may be required. Coverage: not available everywhere. Network Management: Data traffic of Premium and Ultra Plans will be prioritized over other currently offered plans during periods of congestion. Service may be limited or terminated for misuse, abnormal usage or significant roaming. See terms and conditions for additional information. T-Mobile and the magenta color are registered trademarks of Deutsche Telekom AG. ©2012 T-Mobile USA, Inc.

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  • Enzowned

    Man, why were there no promotions back in July. =/

  • mmiller

    Get used to “$50 MasterCard Gift Cards” on Value plans, because rebates are coming back…

  • g2a5b0e

    I’m glad this is for new customers only. I would have been pissed since I just switched to the value plan a few days ago. Phew!

  • red

    is the value plan FREE add-a-line dead?

    • Danny

      No its till november 13

    • http://profiles.google.com/mrice.hill Mr. Hill

      It’s actually until January 2014

    • http://www.facebook.com/alfonso.k.martinez Alfonso Krymn Martinez

      it ends in NOVEMBER 11,2012

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

    $200 migration fee? no thank you. 2 year contract required? nope.

    • AndroidProfit

      Ya having to live up to the contract you agreed to…. SHOCKING

      • Joshua Jacobs

        How do you even justify a contract with no subsidy?

        • Herb

          For the payment arrangement.

        • thepanttherlady

          It’s justified in that T-Mobile is financing you on a several hundred dollar purchase with 0% APR. What recourse do they have to recoup the remaining cost of the phone without a contract from you?

  • Deadeye37

    Buying the Nexus 4 from Google and getting that value plan would be an awesome deal! Too bad I’m already T-mo subscriber…

    • Sean W

      It’s actually *much* cheaper (far byond $50) over two years to pay a little more upfront by buying it directly from Google Play, even if you are still under contact. if not, it’s even better to do the $30 no contract Monthly 4G plan. Sure, it only comes with 100 minutes, but you can top those off for next to nothing.

  • Josue

    it says “new customers” what part people dont seem to comprehend? lol

  • dunnsantee

    Can we combine this with the Samsung Weekend Sales?