AT&T offering T-Mobile customers up to $450 per line to switch carriers

AT&T offering T-Mobile customers up to $450 per line to switch carriers

AT&T offers a combination of trade in rebates and credits to lure T-Mobile subscribers

AT&T on Friday announced a new incentive plan that could significantly affect T-Mobile’s customer base.

Beginning today, January 3 and running for a limited time, customers switching from T-Mobile to AT&T and receive a card worth up to $250. Said card could then be used for AT&T products or services. Additionally, those customers can score another $200 credit for transferring a line of service to AT&T. All that’s required here is that you choose an Next plan, buy a device at full retail or activate a device you already own.

In addition to a larger and more reliable 4G LTE network, T-Mobile customers who switch to AT&T will benefit from a superior smartphone line-up and award-winning customer service.

It is not immediately clear how long this promotion will last nor whether it will change once T-Mobile announces their counter attack. The Uncarrier is set to announce its 4.0 initiative at CES in the coming days. If ever there was a time to be a customer on one of these carriers, it’s now.


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