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AT&T Targets Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon with Switching Offer

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Feb 15, 2016, 8:47 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

AT&T today said it will pay customers of competing networks up to $650 per line to switch to AT&T. The latest tactic hopes to woo Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customers by offering to cover their fees. In order to be eligible for the credit, people need to purchase a new device through AT&T's Next installment plan, activate a new line of post-paid service, and port their number from Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon. The program also requires people to trade-in their old phone. The trade-in will garner in-store credit towards the new device or an AT&T Promotion Card. Once customers receive the final statement from their previous carrier, they can submit the bill to AT&T, which will send an AT&T Promotion Card or Visa pre-paid card to cover the unpaid balance. The total amount of credit awarded between the trade-in and ETF is $650. AT&T says the deal can be combined with it current buy-one, get-one offer, as well as the AT&T Unlimited plan available to DirecTV and AT&T U-verse TV subscribers.

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Feb 17, 2016, 9:42 AM

Copied T-Mobile Again

This sounds quite similar to a move that was made last year by another carrier, weird...

Feb 16, 2016, 7:39 AM

just give me back my 2 years contracts ! stupid !

i have family plan with 3 lines, only 1st line has 2gb data, the other 2 lines is voice only.
i pay average 110$ a month plus getting the newest galaxy or fruit phone for 199$.
tell me how i save money with their BS Next plan and want me to pay full price of the phone for 700$
because the company loses a lot of money by offering those 2 year contracts
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