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T-Mobile Takes Another Angle on BlackBerry Promo

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Feb 19, 2014, 6:15 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

T-Mobile today announced a new promotion meant to quell the anger it caused recently among BlackBerry users. Beginning Friday, T-Mobile is offering all BlackBerry users (even those on other carriers) $200 to bring in their old, working BlackBerry and trade it in for any smartphone currently sold by T-Mobile. This offer can be combined with T-Mobile's Contract Freedom promotion, which pays the Early Termination Fee associated with some contracts. That means potential customers can get up to $200 by trading in their old BlackBerry as well as have their ETF taken care of. Taking it a step further, T-Mobile is offering its own, existing BlackBerry customers an additional $50 (total of $250) if they upgrade from an old BlackBerry to a new BlackBerry Q10 or Z10 smartphone. The promotion rolls out to retail stores February 21. T-Mobile said that it will offer expedited shipping to customers for BlackBerries not stocked in its stores.

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Feb 19, 2014, 11:59 PM


Im all abt unlocked phones and getting my own now etc. Love the moto G. Aio started selling it for only 149.00 got it delivered & said bye bye to Tmobile as much as I love them. Up & running now on Aio. Port was smooth and saving more money for same benefits, larger network . I recommend them.
Isn't Aio being shut down or something like that? I could've sworn I read something about it..

Feb 19, 2014, 9:03 PM

Smart Move

This will likely cost T-Mobile approximately $0.00 .

Feb 19, 2014, 8:43 PM

there you go

Now we talking,
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