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T-Mobile Offers Its Customers a Bounty for Converts

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Aug 21, 2014, 8:32 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

T-Mobile today said it will give current customers unlimited LTE data for a full year if they convince an AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon customer to switch to T-Mobile. T-Mobile is likening the program to "throwing a lifeline" to those on competing networks. Not only does the current customer receive unlimited LTE for a year, but so does the new customer. Customers who already pay for unlimited data will receive a $10 monthly credit instead. The referral program kicks off August 29. Customers will then be able to enter their own number and the number of a friend who's ported their service, which must be reported within 30 days of the friend's activation. The referral program runs for a limited time, but T-Mobile didn't immediately indicate an end date. It doesn't apply to pre-paid plans, and is limited to one referral per account.

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iansltx

Aug 21, 2014, 12:34 PM

Effectively a $10/mo discount

The unlimited + 5GB tethering plan is $80/mo. 5GB including that much tethering is $70/mo, but that becomes unlimited with the referral bit. Or you can just get unlimited and get a $10/mo discount...same thing.

Though the math gets better if you don't need 5GB of tethering, since at that point you could get the $50/mo plan and still have unlimited data, with 1GB of tethering in case you need that.
$50/mo plan and still have unlimited data, with 1GB of tethering in case you need that.

This is what I want, right here!
 
 
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