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T-Mobile Offers $200 to Sprint Customers

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Nov 25, 2015, 9:47 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

T-Mobile today said Sprint customers can score $200 when porting their lines to T-Mobile during the holidays. T-Mobile will give Sprint, Boost, and Virgin subscribers an extra $200 for every line they switch to a T-Mobile Simple Choice plan, with no trade-in required. T-Mobile is also targeting subscribers to Sprint's unlimited plan. These customers can get access to T-Mobile's unlimited LTE plan for $45 per line for a family of four. These offerings will be available starting Nov. 26.


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Nov 27, 2015, 10:24 AM

Where is this deal on their website?

I looked on their site and was unable to find it... I even chatting with one of their agents who could not find the deal in question....

I'm on a Sprint SERO plan and it's finally time to cut loose from them. This is the perfect opportunity but can't figure out how to take advantage of it.
The deal was in effect starting November 29 and for a limited time only. If you port in to T-Mobile and open a postpaid account with a qualified rate plan, you will receive a $200 worth of bill credits that will be applied 3 billing cycles after you a...

Nov 25, 2015, 1:39 PM

Sprint Offers 50% OFF T-MOBILE ($200.00 Is Nothing)

T-Mobile Customers get 50%off their Plans at Sprint. Switched To Sprint from T-Mobile my bill is 50% cheaper.. Sprint Hit T-Mobile Hard Now T-Mobile running for the hills...
Except for unlimited plans. And Sprint does not do streaming of music and video that won't count against your data allotment. There are more extras that Sprint does not provide versus T-Mobile but these stand out.
Well, they aren't running too far into the hills. Remember, this is TMobile coverage we're talking about.

Nov 26, 2015, 6:56 PM

200 Bucks Could Buy...

...a backup Tracfone that uses Verizon, which is what most TMobile customers would need for coverage outside cities along the interstate highways.

Nov 25, 2015, 10:59 AM

Stick the knife in and turn it...

Another home run from T-Mobile! Sprint is so sad.
Amen to that...
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