T-Mobile has a lot on its plate, but wants to put something on your plate next Tuesday

T-Mobile has a lot on its plate, but wants to put something on your plate next Tuesday
T-Mobile has a lot on its, uh, plate. This week the carrier is shipping out Apple iPhone pre-orders, continuing to deal with a lawsuit that is keeping it from closing on its $26 billion merger with Sprint and continues to work on building out its 5G network. With all that going on, the wireless provider made an important announcement today related to next week's T-Mobile Tuesdays rewards program. 

As part of a partnership it has with Burger King that runs through next January, T-Mobile is giving those customers who are part of the T-Mobile Tuesdays program a free Impossible Whopper. This burger is not made with beef but is a plant-based offering. In fact, Burger King says that the Impossible Whopper "features a savory flame-grilled patty made from plants topped with juicy tomatoes, fresh lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, ketchup, crunchy pickles, and sliced white onions on a soft sesame seed bun."

If you are vegan, the inclusion of mayonnaise eliminates this as a meal choice. And if you are a less-strict vegetarian, you need to request that the Impossible Whopper be cooked by an alternate method instead of the broiler. That's because BK uses meat-based oil for the broiler (go figure!).


To take advantage of Burger King's largesse, T-Mobile customers need to save the offer on the T-Mobile Tuesdays app (iOS, Android) starting on September 24th and redeem the offer through the Burger King mobile app (iOS, Android) no later than September 30th.

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3 Comments

1. tonyv13

Posts: 120; Member since: Jun 07, 2015

I know what I'm eating for lunch next Tuesday

2. Galen20K

Posts: 577; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

you can tell the difference, but it's a lot better than i thought it would be. definitely going to take them up on this

3. elcam84

Posts: 1; Member since: Sep 18, 2019

Since when did Burger King burgers actually have beef in them? Anyone remember the 80s and the large amounts of soybean filler in fast food burgers? And what about us that are carnivores? I guess it's Ok to discriminate against us and cook those super processed Franken burgers and leave that disgusting framken residue behind on the grill to get on our natural wholesome beef. All my annoyance aside when it comes to the over powering disease of Veganism (which is documented as an eating disorder and a mental illness known as pickey eating). I haven't eaten at BK in years because whatever they put in their burgers along with the soy beans makes you burp up that BK smell all day long and it's disgusting.

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