T-Mobile offering free unlimited data refer-a-friend deal from next week

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T-Mobile has responded to Sprint’s “disruptive” offer with its very own offer for any T-Mobile Simple Choice customer and their friends on other carriers. In short, if a T-Mobile customer “throws a lifeline” to a Sprint, AT&T or Verizon customer, both will get 12 months of unlimited data free of charge. It’s a pretty amazing offer:

Starting next week, whenever a T-Mobile Simple Choice customer throws a lifeline to a Sprint (or AT&T or Verizon) customer and brings them to the Un-carrier, both receive unlimited LTE data for a full year on T-Mobile’s blazing-fast LTE network, at no additional charge. T-Mobile Simple Choice customers who already have unlimited LTE data receive a $10 credit each month for twelve months.

Like the statement suggests, if you already have unlimited data on a Simple Choice plan, you’ll get a $10 monthly discount instead.  

With it being a limited time offer, it’s not being branded as an Uncarrier move, instead, as a disruptive and competitive response to Sprint’s most recent plan launches. So, if you are Simple Choice subscriber with a friend on another network, you’ll both get an incredible deal with T-Mo if you convince them to switch carriers.

Details on how to “rescue” one of your friends are below:

Rescuing a Sprint (or Verizon or AT&T or other) customer is simple. Starting next Friday, August 29th, T-Mobile customers just report their good deed at www.t-mobile.com/referral. You’ll need your T-Mobile number and your friend’s number they’ve ported over. When you report a successful rescue mission within 30 days of your friend’s activation with T-Mobile, the unlimited LTE data service or bill credit for both of you will start that month.

Let us know if you plan on taking advantage of this new deal, and if signing up through the referral page is a simple as it suggests.

Read the full press release here

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  • B3astofthe3ast

    John wasn’t kidding when he said he wanted to overtake Sprint by the years end.

  • pda96

    If I’m on the TMO Classic Family 1000 plan, do I get anything if I refer a friend?

    • whatwhat

      Simple choice…read it…

    • JamesG

      Its kind of a grey area to me. You could still get the credit or they would force you to simple choice

      • whatwhat

        If you read it…it’s black and white…simple choice.

        • JamesG

          I get that but not many Classic plans exist anymore so it most likely wasn’t mentioned

        • whatwhat

          If not that many plans exist…why would they do something extra for you? Either switch to get the deal or stay put and don’t. Not that hard.

  • Roger Sales

    They’re already #3 if you go by worth on wall street, pretty soon to be #3 in all categories.

    • https://plus.google.com/108596272537415356460/posts Jason Farrell

      TMUS is still undervalued on wallstreet. $29? Should be >=$35.

  • Ty Christensen

    So if I have 5 lines on my family plan and my friend on Sprint has 5 lines as well which line gets the unlimited data deal on my plan and which line on his? Or do all lines get it? I doubt that.

    • Roger Sales

      It sounds like a one line deal. wouldn’t really make sense economically for it to be more than one.

      • Ty Christensen

        Ok, so they probably just ask you both which line you want the deal on, that makes sense.

  • Verizonthunder

    Dam I recommended someone to t-mobile that switched from Verizon two months ago :( but good move T-Mobile

    • Mathew Colburn

      I did the same. I moved my girlfriend over from VZW in June. Wish this could be made retroactive to a certain date but oh well. All for the better of T-Mo.

      • donnybee

        Refer another friend! You can still get in on the action and whoever joins can do the same! I’m sure your GF has friends too, tell her to refer friends! FREE DATA PEOPLE! And it’s unlimited! Be that friend everyone wants lol

        • Dakota

          How much exactly would the new customer pay for the unlimited plan that is usually 80$. Are they just being charged 70 instead or all data free?

  • http://www.bytenow.net Andy G

    Hm. I wonder if this’ll work out for family plans. We’re planning on taking our family plan from Verizon to T-Mo when the new iPhone comes out, but I’m not sure if we’re going to do all four lines at once. I wonder if we can get our two iPhone 6 lines when pre-orders launch and then “refer” the other two once those phones come in and the lines are activated.

    That is, of course, all dependent on how long this deal runs.

    • maximus1901

      Genius.

    • j.j

      Nice idea, but unfortunately it’s only one $10 credit or Unlimited Data per account in the meantime.
      But you never know, anything can change at any time.
      I know because I work at tmobile.

      • http://www.bytenow.net Andy G

        Thanks for clarifying!

  • maximus1901

    Won’t be enough. Sprint is gonna introduce $50 individual unlimited plan tomorrow. That’s better than TMO at 5 lines or below – all unlimited – and matches all unlimited TMO lines 6-10.
    Unlimited price per line for different fam plan numbers:
    1 – $80
    2 – $70
    3 – $60
    4 – $55
    5 – $52
    6-10 $50 (same)

    So look for totally new plans from tmobile similar to other 3 carriers.

    • maximus1901
    • whatwhat

      Source?

    • Jeff

      Even if that were true, and not just a rumor, it’s still a rotten deal as long as Sprint continues to require Sprint phones. If an AT&T customer wants to switch to T-Mobile he can bring his current phone without any hassle; switching to Sprint requires additional cash outlay for a new phone.

    • Adrayven

      Whats the point of unlimited if your network (Sprint) is crap slow? LOL

      Meh.. thats like offering a bunch of fake money from a board game..

    • Mike Palomba

      And their coverage is terrible, so it’s actually a terrible deal

    • JamesG

      With the awful speeds and future throttling? No thank you

    • Seth

      They just announced a $60/month unlimited plan.

      • maximus1901

        Who?

        • jj

          I don’t think Sprint can offer $50 unlimited. Those prices would be even lower its MVNO’s, Boost and Virgin Mobile.

        • maximus1901

          Check twitter. They’re offering $60

        • JB

          It’s also on their newswire, I think this is what T-Mobile’s refer a friend thing is for, to undercut this $60/mo plan. I refer a friend, I basically get unlimited everything for $50, which beats Sprint’s by $10.

        • maximus1901

          Yes but doesn’t this reek of the fRamily peer to peer marketing that made framily so annoying?
          TMO should come out with shared data plans since it looks like that’s what everyone wants.

        • JB

          It’s two totally different beasts. Framily to my knowledge was annoying for the fact you recruit folks to get a discount on your plan, if they drop off, then you lose that discount and your bill goes right back up. T-Moblie is just a straight up “get credit for bringing people over” program, not to mention TMO has always had a referral program, you just got $25 bucks for each referral, looks like they are tweaking that program for the purpose of undercutting this particular new plan from Sprint.

          Edit: Shared data is what companies want you to think that’s what everyone wants. They are just really forcing people to buy into tiered data to charge you an arm and leg for getting either more than you need or charge you an arm and a leg if you buy too little and happen to go over. I’d rather have straight up unlimited so I know no matter how much or little I use, I won’t be penalized.

        • jj

          So you get this on the $50 plan? Wouldn’t that mean everyone would just change to the $50 for the year who refers a friend?

        • JB

          I’d imagine so, as long as you downgrade before reporting the referral. Looks like according to the rules, you can’t make changes to your plan data wise after you start receiving the credit if you want to continue getting the benefit.

        • jj

          Wow. If true, this even beats Sprints unlimited plan by $10 for 12 months.

        • JB

          True, if it could actually be done. Obviously you’ll want to make that assessment based on which Simple Choice Unlimited you have. If you have the grandfathered one, where unlimted data is $20/mo, you’re just better off taking the $10 credit, as after that year you’ll be forced to add the newer one that’s $30/mo, where as if you’re already on the newer one, downgrading is risk free.

        • jj

          Yep, that is something to keep in mind for those grandfathered in. The Tmo customers who really scored are those who got on-board early in the original Jump and kept it (when you can upgrade every 6 months with zero money down). Back then Tmo didn’t have zero down, but Tmo let the original Jumpers keep their original terms. For those who have that, and also the $20 unlimited are really in a sweet spot.

        • JB

          I happen to be one of those guys in that sweet spot. :-P

        • jj

          You DOG!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m so jealous, lol. I came soooooooooooo close, but blinked and CHOKED and epically FAILED. Kind of like the time I turned down Scarlett Johansson when she invited me home. :)

        • jj

          never mind. you said $60 and Sprint did announce $60. your first post said $50, and i was responding to that.

    • Hiro

      Even though T-Mobile has long been cheaper than AT&T and Verizon, the only time I decided to switch to Tmo is once their network became tremendously better than it had been. I just switched a few months ago once they had excellent 4G and LTE coverage in the area, and across many areas important to be. Otherwise, I never would have switched.

      As nice as a cheaper plan is, until the network is competitive, most people who care about unlimited data – customers who take data and quality seriously – won’t touch it.

    • jacky

      t mobile is not scared of sprint $60 plan, sprint network is crap. reduce its price its still same crappy network you had when it was $80.

  • jimmiekain

    I have been a prepaid customer at tmo for almost a year now. If I get my girl to port her number from sprint to tmo am I eligible for this offer? Or do I have to be postpaid?

    My current plan is unlimited everything for $70.

    • whatwhat

      Simple choice….postpaid…

  • monkeybutts

    Just in time for the iPhone 6, Nexus 6, Galaxy Note 4, and Moto X

  • Mike Palomba

    Damn I was refered to tmobile 36 days ago

    • donnybee

      Now refer another friend and you can still get in on the action!

  • Jay J. Blanco

    Omw this is awesome. Hmm who can I get to switch lol

    • jacky

      sprint cusomters on sprint facebook page, tons of unhappy sprint customers there.

      • Pitahson

        it ain’t that easy

  • mingkee

    How about me?
    I have unlimited already.

    • Cam Bunton

      Read the article… ;-)

      • mingkee

        10 bucks of credit. Great!

        • Ryan Chapman

          I think only if you refer someone over though, not automatically

  • Jeremiah McCurry

    Hooray for competition.

  • taron19119

    This is a good marketing strategy who butter to sale how good t-mobile network is then someone. Who use the network every day a T-mobile customer

  • Ryan Chapman

    Damn, I switched over a month ago with 2 lines. Wish I could get in on the deal

    • Heysus

      You can, just refer a friend.

      • Ryan Chapman

        Let me rephrase that. I wish I could get in on the deal without having to convince a friend to change their cell phone service, and get in on the new customer deal, as I just switched over a month ago.

        • donnybee

          Well, at least you still have the refer a friend option. Then you can give a friend that same great benefit! Save your friends some money, along with yourself

    • Vikram Singh

      If someone else can say they referred you, maybe you guys could both get the benefit of it..

  • Arjun

    This is huge!! Couple this with free test drive. I can see a loy of people switching after iPhone 6 and galaxy note 4 or nexus 6 releases. I alrrady have the $20 unlimited plan and I know so many people I can rescue!

  • Mike Coleman

    Ok….I literally just had my wife sign up from Verizon a couple days ago, but the number port did NOT work. Hope I can still somehow get on this…:)

    • Das_juden_adam

      Read the article, it says starting next Friday.

      • Mike Coleman

        you read the article. it says you can report the referral within 30 days of activiation. last i checked, 2 days ago was within that 30 day period

        • Das_juden_adam

          Very good. Your math is spot on, now lets work on reading:
          “Rescuing a Sprint (or Verizon or AT&T or other) customer is simple. Starting next Friday, August 29th, T-Mobile customers just report their good deed…”
          See that? STARTING NEXT FRIDAY, AUGUST 29TH. Today is August 21st, thus the start date has not come yet.

        • Guest

          go to t-mobile.com/referral and read the refer-a-friend program rules of the current program and it lets you backtrack for two whole months of activation. this obviously won’t be settled until next week when the option to get this happens (and if they change that statement from the current one), but its not to say people who just barely completed a referral won’t still get in on this. either way, i’ll look forward to letting you know what happens :)

        • Mike Coleman

          the current “refer-a-friend” program rules let you backtrack a referral for two whole months. obviously this wont be resolved until next week when this deal goes live. but either way, i’ll look forward to reporting what happens :)

        • Guest

          The verbiage is quite weird. Based on the wording, you could also interpret as “I could port a friend over now, then when the new referral system goes live, I report the referral and as long as it falls in the 30 days, then I can get my discount”

      • http://www.t-mobile.com Big-Myke Kanuri

        These people are really not all there. The elevator clearly gets suck between the basement and the 1st floor, of a 40 level bldg.. lol.
        What’s wrong with them? Don’t they know , within the last 30 days , means the last 30 days OF 08/29/2014…OMFG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, DAMMIT? LMAO!!!

  • VG

    Hmmm, so if you already have the $30 option on your T-Mobile line for unlimited LTE data you only get a $10 credit, but if you just have the basic Simple Choice package you get the unlimited LTE data (a $30 value) free for a year. Seems like those who don’t already have unlimited LTE are getting the better deal.

    • Michael Tran

      What if you take the 30 option off your account and then do the referral? You think you’d get the unlimited option?

    • JB

      I suppose you could just downgrade before reporting the referral. Sprint just announced their $60 unlimited everything plan. I think this new rescue program is to combat that. I don’t work for T-Mobile so everything I’m saying is just speculative, but I’d wager most unlimited customers are on the old $20 Simple Choice unlimited.

      If the $30 folks downgrade to get the free data, after a year, nothing lost. Just add back on the unlimited. if the $20 unlimited data folks downgrade they’d get free data for a year, but at the risk of losing thier ‘grandfathered’ status, as after that year if they want to add unlimited data, they would have no choice but to upgrade to the $30 one. Hence I think most of them will just take the $10 dollar credit, matching the new Sprint plan pricing. Just my two cents.

  • jj

    I am not quite understanding how this works on the $50 and $60 plan? Won’t everybody who gets the offer just switch to the $50 plan for the year?

    • Eric

      T-Mobile states that the referrer and the referee can’t switch plans within the twelve months.

  • ggfb20

    “T-Mobile Simple Choice customers who already have unlimited LTE data receive a $10 credit each month for twelve months.” so that’s $120 for the year which is much more than the $25 we were getting prior for referrals. But what if we refer like 5 separate friends…. Would that be a credit of $50 per month?

    • alex

      One $10 credit per account and 1 free data per account.

  • Hiro

    Having a current account, would this be applicable to adding to my account, or would they need to start their own account? Thinking of seeing if my parents would switch onto my family plan from AT&T.

  • dm33

    No changes to the plan? So if I bring in more people to a family plan then that blow up the discount?

  • William Burr Winans

    Will this offer allow multiple refers or just one per account?

    • William Burr Winans

      When T-Mobile developed their own bank, I thought they were going to do Multi-Level Marketing as part of the Un-Carrier movement and I think they should do it. A lot of people will switch if they go to a carrier to earn additional income!

      • Jeff

        A thousand times “no.” Multi-level marketing just oozes sleaze; it’s the exact opposite of the straightforward, equal for every customer, across-the-board value proposition that Un-Carrier is all about.

      • servantofjc

        I am with Jeff on his statement. But to answer your question I read you can give out up to 10 referrers per calendar year per account.

  • Michael Tran

    So does the T-mobile customer referral get the unlimited data AND the 25 dollar credit? Also if you already have unlimited, could you get the unlimited for a year IF you remove the option before you refer a friend? Also what happens on multiple referrals?

    • whatwhat

      These articles say nothing about a $25 credit. What it says on the referral site now will surely change come the start date since that site mentions nothing of free unlimited data. You get $10 credit if you already have unlimited. Why is this so freakin hard to read? Is it in chinese?

      • Michael Tran

        It shouldn’t change to much since this only refers to those who come from sprint. Those that come from Verizon or ATT, the t-mobile customer should still get some type of referral.

        • whatwhat

          First sentence: Rescuing a Sprint (or Verizon or AT&T or other).
          It’s the first sentence!!!

        • servantofjc

          Yes Michael you get a $25 T-Mobile Promotional Card and free upgrade to unlimited LTE for a year or if you already have unlimited LTE $10 credit per month for one year. Sorry whatwhat is being so rude.

      • Michael Tran

        I read that part yes, but I’m seeing if it’s possible for those with unlimited already to get more than just the 10 dollar discount. What’s to stop someone from removing the unlimited feature form their account right now. Next week refer their friend and then get the free unlimited for a year? I see that part in the parentheses now about Verizon and ATT. Plus it’s a legit question to ask if they will stack the referral reward since the 25 dollar referral fee has been there for quite some time. Perhaps you should read my question a bit more clearly next time as well.

  • sushimane

    How about those people on the value plan holders convincing others to join because the article is only for simple choice plan.

    • Stefan Naumowicz

      Only applies if you both are on simple choice

      • sushimane

        Does this mean I get the regular 25 dollar lol I’m on value and the future customer is on simple choice. Lol

        • ChristianMcC

          Sounds like. I don’t see why you are sticking on value though?

        • sushimane

          its cheaper for me im only paying 68 dollars including tax unlimited data,text 500 minutes but its unlimited now. I dont use tether because im always around wifi or i got that good reception on 4g lte and hspa+42. The feature of unlimited roaming is nice but i got the nexus 5 which is unlock i could basically leave my sim in the states and bring my phone to anywhere from my understanding. i wish i jumped on when the 70 dollars unlimited data plan was in play but its ok.

        • ChristianMcC

          That makes more sense. I have 5 lines, soon to be six, and that’s why I dropped the value plan since it was costing the same with a couple lines unlimited as it would with all unlimited minutes.

        • sushimane

          yeah for single line the value plan is worth keeping unless ur into tethering the new unlimited 80 dollar one is worth taking but when u have a family line 2 or more its more worth to switching to the new plans.

  • jacky

    you can get referal easy go to sprint facebook and recruit those that are unhappy with sprint.
    there is tons.

    • Jay Holm

      Haha! ! ! Good thinking! ! !

  • Eric Youngdale

    It is funny – my wife is trying to get me to go over to Verizon. Since she is already a customer, she can get me in at 50$/mo (40 + 10$ more for our data), (99$ upfront for a Galaxy S5).

    With TMO I have to pay full price for the phone (spread over 24 months), which believe it or not puts the cost up higher than Verizon..

    • Stefan Naumowicz

      Comparing a t mobile single line to a Verizon add a line isn’t fair. Of course VZW will be cheaper in that scenario. If you compare add a line rates, T-Mobile would give you unlimited talk and text and 1gb high speed web for $10 + EIP (about 25 for s5) for a total of around 35 a month – considerably less than Verizon’s 2 year contract price of $50, and no money would be required up front for T-Mobile compared to $99 required for VZW

    • servantofjc

      Not bad of a deal as family plans are much cheaper then individual accounts. Keep in mind with Verizon after your 2 year contract is up you are still paying to subsidize that S5. Most People upgrade there phones every 2 years however I do not thus I would end up paying a lot more with Verizon. Site down and add up all of your Lines together for 2 years and then do the same with T-Mobile and tell me how much it will cost you for those two years you will be shocked. Your upfront cost may be lower but your long term will be more. Its like financing a car. You pay interest on the loan.
      I have compared Verizon with T-Mobile in a spreed sheet and came up around 360 more a year for Verizon.

  • Ashton3002

    I don’t understand why they just didn’t lower the prices back to $70 where it was before they raised it. That is the only thing keeping me from Tmobile right now is price and rural coverage. For 5 GB on tmobile with all taxes and fees included I would pay the same with 10GB from AT&T with all my taxes and fees included. And AT&T has a wider network right now.

    • Spanky

      It’ll be a while, if ever, until T-Mobile catches up to AT&T in terms of network coverage.

    • servantofjc

      You can still can get the $70 plan they just don’t include unlimited LTE data on it. At 5Gigs most user will not even use 1/2 that. Are you sure AT&T has the better coverage or used to have better coverage? What can go wrong with a 7 day free trail? I dear you to try it or are you too scare that you are now wrong? Keep in mind T-Moible now has WiFi calling which you can be in your basement giving you service were no other career can reach or you can rent the LTE cell signal repeater for free with active service.

      • Ashton3002

        I travel and need service in rural areas and tmobile doesn’t have any service in some cities I travel through.

        • Guest

          If rural coverage is what your really after then maybe Verizon might serve your needs better. Keep in mind no matter what career you have and as long your phone is compatible it will grab any network for 911 calls. A lot of the newer phones have multiple network compatibility as every career has dead spots. If you want unlimited LTE Data for $70 a month I can do better for 1 year. How about $50 mo for unlimited everything for 1 year. I can send you a referral link which will give you that. I just need an email address to sent it to.

        • servantofjc

          If rural coverage is what your really after then maybe Verizon might serve your needs better. Keep in mind no matter what career you have and as long your phone is compatible it will grab any network for 911 calls. A lot of the newer phones have multiple network compatibility as every career has dead spots.

          If unlimited LTE Data for $70 a month is what you want I can do better then that for 1 year. How about $50 mo for unlimited everything Including LTE for 1 year. That is a total of $360 savings for the unlimited LTE I can send you a referral link which will give you that. I just need an email address to sent it to.

  • steveb944

    It’s not that easy to sign up. Every time I’ve tried to do the referral the associate that sold the service to my friend has already added their own friend to get the discount.

    • Stefan Naumowicz

      That is fraud and can be easily fixed via a quick phone call

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  • Dakota

    I dont understand how much $ the savings are.. Is it just $10 a month… The difference between the 5gb and the unlimited plans? Isn’t that still more than sprint. Another website reported they’re offering unlimited everything for 60..Tmobile is 80

    • Alex

      $10 a month if you already have unlimited data otherwise unlimited data 1 line per account.

    • Stefan Naumowicz

      they never said they are going to price match sprints offer, just that they were going to counter their offer with something.

      Most users who have unlimited with T-Mobile are on the grandfathered $70 plan. With their $10 discount they are at the same price as sprints plan anyway.

    • Powsniffer0110

      If you pay the $50 plan and switch someone…. You’re savin $30 a month! By not having to switch to the $80 plan to get unlimited LTE.

  • The Man

    What happens if you have 5 lines? Do they all get unlimited data?

    • Alex

      1 line per account

  • Trevnerdio

    People where I live are not easily convinced to switch to T-Mobile :/ they still hold the stigma that they suck.

    • VG

      Once T-Mobile gets that 700 Mhz frequency up and running and there are phones to support it, I’m sure it will be easier to convince people to switch.

      • Trevnerdio

        They’re already very improved here, but people just choose to ignore it.

        • Krali

          This is why they have a free trial. It can’t be hard to convince someone to just get a free phone for a week and try it for themselves.

        • Trevnerdio

          When there’s a huge deposit, it’s still hard to.

        • servantofjc

          Just put it on the credit card. And If they are hard up for money they can return the phone after they realize how good the services is and bring a used compatible phone for the service.

        • AllanJ

          I can agree with that statement as well. T-Mobile used to be the shitty carrier that you would go to if you needed to save money. People still think they are like that, and its hard to try to convince them otherwise.

      • servantofjc

        If they have poor receptions in doors they can get the new WiFI router for free indoor wifi calling (Internet required) or they can get an LTE repeater for free. Just a $25 security deposit is all that is needed. Get them switched. Note: They do not have to get T-Mobiles router for indoor WiFi calling but since T-Mobile is renting it for free I would get it.

        • servantofjc

          Plus they can try it for free for 7 days.

  • Quinn

    Currently on ‘grandfathered’ $20 unlimited 4G LTE data WITH simple choice.
    Line 1-4 (2.5 GB each until 2016) = $100
    Line 5 (2.5GB until 2016) = $10
    Unlimited 4G LTE (grandfathered line 1) = $20
    Total: $130

    ——————————–
    Spoke with 611 who confirms I can “save” a Verizon customer next week 8/29 and line #6 will have unlimited 4G LTE for 12 months as well as a -$10 credit (because line #1 has unlimited 4G LTE).

    EST 12 months::
    Line 1-4 = $100
    Unlimited 4G LTE = $10 (credit)
    Line 5 = $10
    Line 6 = $10
    Total: $130

    ——————————–
    Month #13

    Line 1-4 (2.5 GB until 2016) = $100
    Unlimited 4G LTE (line 1) = $20
    Line 5 (2.5 GB until 2016) = $10
    Line 6 (2.5 GB until 2016) = $10
    Total: $140

    Amazing….

  • KB

    I could get a few people moved over if most interstate highways had something capable of streaming music.

  • Georgios Renieris

    Here is a good question let’s say I have friends that are switching to t movile today would they still be able to say i got them to switch?

    • Krali

      No. It says starting the 29th. I’d ask them to hold out a couple more days so that you can both take advantage of the deal.

  • StephenLivshits

    What if I want to add my brother to my T-Mobile account from Sprint? Would we BOTH get unlimited (“friend”=my brother + “referrer”=me)

    • Thebookoffunnydotcom

      No I called it’s only if the referral opens a new account not an addon to yours

    • servantofjc

      Not completely sure if this will work but it makes sense to me. I suggest having your brother setup an account of his own after you both get your $25 plus upgraded to unlimited LTE or $10 monthly credit call up customer care and join the accounts into a family plan.

  • Hiro

    I have 4 lines on my account, and we all have unlimited. Is the $10 credit max 1 per ACCOUNT, or 1 per line/number?

    • servantofjc

      I believe you will need to have 4 referrals with 4 new accounts to get the $10 on each line. Call up 611 and reply back to me as I would like to know also.

  • Quinn

    I spoke with 611 who said I would get $10 a month for a year ($120), and a $25 gift card. My friend from VZW would get $10 a month for a year ($120) and a $25 gift card AND they can join my family plan>> add a line for $10. Total savings/rewards $290 over 12 months.