Un-carrier extends its month of holiday gift-giving to beleaguered
Sprint customers, stuck on the nation’s slowest and smallest 4G LTE
network, with an extra $200 for each and every line they bring to
T-Mobile … no trade-in required
BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Earlier this week, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS)
kicked off Un-carrier Unwrapped − a full month of holiday gift-giving −
with a gift of unlimited high-speed data to current postpaid Simple
Choice customers. For its second gift, T-Mobile today announced plans to
give an extra $200 to long-suffering Sprint customers for every line
they switch to the Un-carrier. No strings. No hassle. And, no trade-in
For those on Sprint’s Unlimited LTE plans, there’s never been a
better time to come to the Un-carrier with T-Mobile’s lowest price for
Unlimited LTE ever – just $45 per line for a family of four! And
Sprint customers still qualify for T-Mobile’s Carrier
Freedom and up to $650 or more per line to cover Sprint’s early
termination fees (ETFs) or the balance owed on your Sprint phone plan,
with phone trade-in when you switch your number to T-Mobile.
“I cannot think of any wireless customers in more desperate need of some
holiday cheer than those Sprint customers still hanging on over there,”
said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “Those poor people have
put up with the nation’s slowest and smallest LTE network, and their
carrier throwing out a deal-of-the-month for everyone except them. We
know Sprint’s customers love T-Mobile when they switch, so this holiday
season, we’re taking away every barrier and cost to coming over to the
Un-carrier and America’s fastest 4G LTE network. Happy holidays!”
T-Mobile’s network is not only the nation’s fastest LTE network, it’s
also the nation’s fastest-growing. Since last year, T-Mobile’s added
more than a million square miles of super-fast LTE coverage. T-Mobile’s
network now covers 304 million Americans – a virtual dead heat with
Verizon and AT&T. Meanwhile, according to nationwide crowd-sourced speed
tests, Sprint’s LTE network routinely lags at the back of the pack with
the slowest speeds in the nation and smallest population covered.
For customers fed up with Sprint’s slow speeds and limited coverage,
getting your $200 gift couldn’t possibly be simpler. Just switch any
Sprint number – including postpaid, prepaid, Boost and Virgin Mobile –
over to a T-Mobile Simple Choice postpaid plan starting this Thursday,
November 26, and you’ll automatically get a $200 credit on your bill.
That’s $200 multiplied by as many lines as you switch. For a family of
four, that could mean $800 extra, and for a business with 10 employees,
we’re talking about a $2,000 credit!
This holiday season, for a limited time, families can get four lines of
Unlimited 4G LTE data for the unheard of price of just $45 a
line—T-Mobile’s lowest price for Unlimited LTE ever! Which means a
family on Sprint’s Unlimited LTE plan could save nearly 30% by switching
to T-Mobile. And, they’ll get all of T-Mobile’s Un-carrier extras like
the ability to use your phone in Mexico and Canada like you do at home,
unlimited global data roaming and texting in more than 140 countries,
free streaming movies with Binge On and more.
Offer valid where available; see T-Mobile.com
or visit a store for details. Limited time offers; subject to change.
Taxes & fees additional. Qualifying service required. Must maintain
active service and be in good standing when credit is processed; credit
may not appear on first bill cycle. Binge On: One SD rental/mo.
on selected service via 30-day promo code. Learn more at T-Mobile.com.
About T-Mobile US, Inc.
As America’s Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is redefining
the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading
product and service innovation. The Company’s advanced nationwide 4G LTE
network delivers outstanding wireless experiences to more than 61
million customers who are unwilling to compromise on quality and value.
Based in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its
subsidiaries and operates its flagship brands, T-Mobile and MetroPCS.
For more information, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com.