By Jaime Rivera | January 8, 2014 8:17 AM
Even though T-Mobile isn’t doing a great job in gaining new customers through the quality of their network, we can’t deny that the company is definitely trying to gain some recognition with their ads and strategies against competition. John Legere is already popular for his UnCarrier 4.0 strategy, along with his demeanor during events, and even in how dramatically he gets kicked out of AT&T parties, but now he’s also becoming popular for how he plans to steal customers from his competitors.
New leaks show a T-Mobile ad that might land on the Internet very soon, and the ad speaks for itself. T-Mobile seems to be willing to pay for your early termination fees if you switch to its services from any carrier and turn in your devices. The ad was originally discovered on T-Mobile’s own website and pulled seconds later, which proves that this isn’t just a fake leak that we have to debate about. T-Mobile is clearly upset at AT&T’s new deal where it’s offering customers up to $450 if they switch from T-Mobile to its AT&T NEXT plan, so there is some drama behind all this.
The small print on the ad says that the company will apply this with devices you trade in from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, and it’ll do so for up to five devices, which does prove to be a very expensive proposition. Still, if you find T-Mobile’s service to be decent in your area, and you do find a phone in their plans that you find attractive, it doesn’t hurt to give it a try.
Tell us about T-Mobile in your area. Sadly, most of the people I know don’t recommend it.
Source: Droid Life