Being a carrier subscriber has its perks, believe it or not, and for
tomorrow’s today’s Customer Delight Day, T-Mobile plans to give all its subs free minutes. That is, absolutely cost-free minutes to any and all who qualify.
Depending on what a subscriber is willing to do in exchange, he or she may get either 100 or 200 minutes worth of, uh, free minutes. A $25 credit on the next bill, as well as a free month of the T-Mobile @Home service is also up for grabs. So, what’s the catch?
Nothing much, actually. Here’s the deal:
T-Mobile’s Customer Delight Day
Saturday, November 15
At your local T-Mobile Store:
Drop in and be rewarded!
- Get 100 FREE bonus minutes just for stopping by — a $40 value
- Get 200 FREE bonus minutes if you bring a friend — an $80 value
- Refer a customer to T-Mobile and get a $25 credit on your next bill
- Sign up for T-Mobile @Home and get the first month free — a $10 value!
Limited time offer. Participating locations only. See store for details. Offers are valid for qualified T-Mobile postpaid and FlexPay customers who are in good standing. Limit one offer per qualifying line. Offers can not be redeemed for cash or other value. Referral Credit Offer: The referred customer must activate a qualifying T-Mobile voice data postpaid or FlexPay plan at a participating T-Mobile store. The credit may take up to 2 billing cycles to appear on the referring customer’s bill. T-Mobile @Home Offer: Qualifying rate plan, credit approval and two-year agreement required. $10 monthly fee will be credited to account. The credit may take up to two billing cycles to appear.
And there you have it. So mark your calendars, if that’s even necessary, and remember that T-Mobile’s Customer Delight Day is
tomorrow today. The free minutes are waiting for you.
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