T-Mobile today announced it will give Verizon customers one year of Hulu for free if they switch wireless providers. Worth roughly $100, it’s a limited-time deal that runs from December 11-17.


To qualify for the promotion, Verizon customers will need to port their phone number into T-Mobile and select a Simple Choice plan. As part of the rate plan, subscribers will also gain features such as Music Freedom and Binge On. The former allows for unlimited access to streaming music through more than 40 services while the latter offers up DVD video streaming from various services. Neither the music nor the video will impact the monthly data allotment.

Customers who switch are also eligible for credits up to $650 per line to cover Verizon’s early termination fees (ETFs) or any balance due on the Verizon phone with a trade-in.

In addition to the Verizon deal, T-Mobile is discounting select accessories by 50 percent.



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