T-Mobile announces 12-month worth of free Hulu for ‘switchers’ from Verizon

T-Mobile announces 12-month worth of free Hulu for ‘switchers’ from Verizon

US wireless carrier T-Mobile has revealed in a recently released press note that it will offer one full year’s worth of free Hulu service to new customers switching over from its bigger rival, Verizon.

The announcement made by T-Mobile underscores one of the carrier’s latest holiday gifts that are part of its ‘Un-carrier Unwrapped’ program which it launched in November. Under the program, T-Mobile is offering one full month of holiday gifts, to its own subscribers as well as the customers of rival carriers.

The 12-month worth of free Hulu service, which T-Mobile has recently announced for ‘switchers’ from Verizon, is T-Mobile’s newest ‘Un-carrier Unwrapped’ holiday gift that targets the customers of other carriers. Already, T-Mobile has announced a holiday gift which offers a phone memory upgrade to AT&T customers; and also a $200-per-line holiday gift for Sprint customers.

About its ‘Un-carrier Unwrapped’ holiday gift for Verizon customers, T-Mobile has revealed in its press note that Verizon customers who switch to T-Mobile between December 11 and December 17 will receive a text message with a $100 Hulu subscription gift code. The mentioned amount will enable them to purchase more than one year’s worth of Hulu’s Limited Commercial plan which is available for free streaming with T-Mobile’s Binge On.

In addition, T-Mobile has also said that customers switching over from Verizon will also be given a 50% discount on the purchase of in-store accessories.

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