T-Mobile Offers Three-Day Weekends
Oct 27, 2003, 7:56 AM by (staff)
T-Mobile recently introduced a new promotional service plan that offers unlimited weekend minutes, with the "weekend" including Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The plan, which sells for $39.99 a month and includes 600 anytime minutes, is available to new subscribers, as well as existing customers who call to switch.
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I am just Glad
About that 3 day weekend thing....
I just called to take advantage of the promotion. It basically comes out to you paying an additional $2.99 for the Friday IF you already have the Unlimited Nights&Weekends $39.99 plan. In that plan, you have all day Saturday and Sunday as well as the nights from 9:01p-6:59a on the weeknights.
If you don't pay the extra $2.99, you ONLY get the 3 day weekend unlimited. No more nights! 👿
Also, your contract is extended to another year starting on the day you call. I have no problem with that as I like my T-Mobile coverage. What ticks me off a bit is the fact that you'd think that you'd get that extra day for nothing--but it's like a bait and switch. I don't know, maybe I read it wrong--$3 extra for a full day's talking...