While all the major U.S. carriers are doing their best to change up some of their policies or offer unique promotions in the wake of T-Mobile’s uncarrier strategy, none seem to have been hit harder by T-Mobile’s recent moves than AT&T.
For AT&T’s part, they’ve done their best to counter the Uncarrier with their own moves such as introducing AT&T Next and offering T-Mobile customers up to $450 to switch over to AT&T. Now on the heels of T-Mobile’s most recent jab at AT&T, AT&T has also announced that they are offering an $100 bill credit for each new line opened by existing and new customers. The promotion applies to all of their smartphones, tablets, feature phones and wireless home phones.
This $100 credit is a way we can reward our existing customers who add an additional line of service for their loyalty, and it’s an incentive for customers of Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and other wireless carriers to come to AT&T and enjoy the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network.
Keep in mind that the new lines don’t have to be tied to on-contract devices, but a $36 activation fee does apply. It’s also worth noting that this is not a permanent offer, and is only good through the end of March.
For more details on the latest promo, be sure to visit AT&T’s website. What do you think, anyone interested in taking up AT&T’s latest offer and adding a new line or two?