The rumors were true, T-Mobile will be willing to pay off your Early Termination Fee to switch from another carrier. It comes on the heels of a similar move by AT&T to entice T-Mobile Customers over to AT&T. So, what are the specifics of the deal? You’re about to find out.
T-Mobile announced the deal at the Un-carrier 4.0 event at the International CES show in Las Vegas in Vegas. This was almost one year to the day that the Un-carrier was born. As part of the carrier’s self described “Get out of Jail Free card”, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint customer’s will be eligible for up to $650 per line. The first part is a trade-in. T-Mobile will offer you up to $300 for your current phone. Like AT&T’s deal, that $300 is not guaranteed and tends on your device. Customers must then purchase a T-Mobile phone at either full retail price or with one of their payment plans. Once, you’ve signed up for service and receive your bill with early Termination fee, they upload it to http://www.switch2tmobile.com and receive a payment for up to $350. If your ETF is less, you’ll receive less.
So, now that the final details are out, do you plan on ditiching your contract for T-Mobile. Tell us below or on social media. Also, check out our #CESlive coverage at geekbeat.tv/ceslive