Links on Android Authority may earn us a commission. Learn more.
T-Mobile giving Verizon customers 12 months of free Hulu for the holidays
T-Mobile is on a never-ending quest to court customers away from Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, and that’s incredibly apparent when you take a look at all the holiday promotions the Un-carrier has launched so far this season. The carrier announced that it would give an extra $200 bill credit to Sprint customers who switch for a limited time, only a few days after giving the gift of unlimited data to all its Simple Choice postpaid customers. Then T-Mobile announced it would give AT&T customers up to 50% off some of the nicer accessories on T-Mobile’s website. Fast forward to today, and T-Mo is finally going after Verizon, the United States’ largest carrier.
As part of its Un-carrier Unwrapped promotion, T-Mobile has announced that it will give Verizon customers 12 full months of Hulu streaming when they switch to the Un-carrier, no trade-in required. This promotion is available from Friday, December 11th through Thursday, December 17th. After you sign up for one of T-Mobile’s postpaid Simple Choice plans, you’ll get a text message with a $100 Hulu subscription gift code, good for 12 months of Hulu’s Limited Commercials plan.
In addition, Verizon customers can also save up to 50% on many of the accessories on T-Mobile’s website. A full list of discounted products can be found here.
This is certainly great news for Verizon customers who have been thinking about switching. Not only do you get a free year of Hulu, you can also stream all of your favorite Hulu shows for free without using up any mobile data thanks to T-Mo’s recently-announced Binge On feature. If you’re a Verizon customer and want to switch but feel like you’re stuck in a contract, don’t worry – Big Red customers can also take advantage of T-Mobile’s Carrier Freedom that will get them up to $650 per line to cover Verizon’s ETFs or balance owed on their smartphones.
Interested? Follow the source link below for all of the details.