T-Mobile will pay up to $1,000 of your smartphone when you switch

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T-Mobile is running a new switcher offer and it looks like it may just be its best one yet. 

Earlier today, T-Mobile announced that they are helping customers make the switch to their 5G network. Beginning tomorrow, October 22nd, T-Mobile will help pay off up to $1,000 of your smartphone. This action will allow customers to switch from AT&T and Verizon, as long as they have an eligible device. 

If you are a customer or small business, all you need to do is switch, sign up for any T-Mo plan, and bring your existing device to T-Mobile. The Un-carrier will then pay what you owe for the phone (up to $1,000) via virtual prepaid MasterCard. 

And that’s not all! In its announcement, T-Mo promised that it will pay up to $1,000 for each of up to five of your devices. So if you have a family plan that you wish to move to T-Mobile, this is your chance to get your device paid off. 

“AT&T and Verizon customers with brand-new 5G phones often find themselves without 5G coverage. According to the latest third party tests, AT&T customers get a 5G signal less than half the time (44.8%) they use their phone, and Verizon customers only about a third of the time (34.3%). Now, those customers can switch to T-Mobile, and we’ll pay off what they owe the Carriers for their smartphone up to $1,000 — and they’ll save up to 20% on their family plan and get way more 5G coverage,” T-Mobile Consumer Group President, Jon Freier said. 

Customers who also sign up for Essentials will be able to get up to 20% off on your service every month. 

To learn more about this offer, visit T-Mobile’s website.

 

Source: T-Mobile

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  • TheTruthIsOutThere

    “Up to”

    Not actually what you get.

    • dcmanryan

      You get your phone paid off rather that’s $1 or $1k. But I promise more than one idiot will go in to it thinking they’re getting $1k and owe a few hundred on a phone.

  • vrm

    If a million lines are switched, a billion dollars is wasted, all for what- $40/line/mo ? How long will they stay with t-mobile ? Why not spend that money on coverage improvement and grow organically ?

    • Josh Austin

      You don’t think they’re going to improve their coverage anyway? They’re going to need to so that they can accommodate everyone