T-Mobile offering one year of Hulu subscription to Verizon subscribers for switching

After giving unlimited LTE data for three months to its customers, offering $200 credit to Sprint users for switching over to T-Mobile and offering a $200 discount to AT&T customers on buying the 128GB iPhone 6s, the ‘Un-carrier’ “Unwrapped” its fourth holiday promotion aimed at getting Verizon customers to switch over to it.
Unlike its previous offerings though, the fourth holiday gift from T-Mobile is not that impressive. The un-carrier is only offering one year of free Hulu Switch to Verizon customers who switch over to its Simple Choice postpaid plan between December 11-17.
“Verizon customers put up with a lot of sneaky tricks from Big Red these days. Overpriced data, shocking overage penalties and no early upgrade option – just to name a few,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “So while Verizon spends billions of dollars on TV ads screaming that ‘better matters,’ we are going to show their customers why the Un-carrier is better with a real gift, half-off the best accessories and a full year of Hulu that comes with unlimited LTE streaming with Binge On at T-Mobile!  It’s a gift that will keep giving all year long!”
Once a Verizon customer switches over to T-Mobile, the un-carrier will send them a $100 Hulu gift code, which can then be redeemed for a year of of Hulu’s Limited Commercials subscription.
Thanks to BingeOn, T-Mobile subscribers can stream TV shows and movies from Hulu without worrying about crossing their data limit.
Additionally, T-Mobile is also offering interested Verizon customers up to a 50 percent discount at its in-store accessories when financed through them. This could translate into as much as $125 discount on accessories like the UE Boom, Fitbit trackers, and more.
T-Mobile’s recent offers have been very tempting compared to what other carriers like Verizon, Sprint and AT&T offer to their subscribers. Have you switched to the un-carrier due to its ‘un-wrapped’ offers yet?
[Via T-Mobile]


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