T-Mobile Offering Up To $650 for Customers to Switch to Them

If you're considering leaving your wireless provider, but dreading the astronomical early termination fees then keep reading

The big announcements at CES just keep on coming.

If you're considering leaving your wireless provider, but dreading the astronomical early termination fees then keep reading.

T-Mobile has a new plan to lure customers away from rival companies.

It will cover the fees for those willing to switch from A T&T, Sprint or Verizon Wireless.

Under the deal, customers can receive up to $650 in credit after trading in a phone.

That includes a maximum of $350 per line and $300 per phone.

Customers must also buy a new phone from T-Mobile to qualify.

This is the latest move under T-Mobile's so-called "uncarrier" strategy, which eliminates contracts.

T-mobile announced its deal after A T&T offered to pay T-Mobile customers $450 to switch.

Read T-Mobile's related press release

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