T-Mobile subscribers can no longer sign up for KickBack

When the clock struck 12 am this morning, and the calendar flipped to Friday the 13th, T-Mobile's KickBack enrollment came to an end. Unless you've already signed up for KickBack, and keep paying for a qualifying rate plan, it no longer is an option for new or existing T-Mobile customers. Those enrolled in KickBack received a $10 credit if they used 2GB of data or less on a T-Mobile postpaid phone or tablet line during a month...
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2 Comments

1. sirohunter

Posts: 173; Member since: Sep 23, 2017

OH and now they announce this? hah! for some reason I was on the kickback program since it came out and last month I didn't get it even though some of my lines used less than 2gb! called customer service and their response was "sorry we don't know why you didn't get it" we will credit your account for $20. So I would recommend anyone who is with the program make sure your account is set up with the kickback still!

2. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3925; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

I have it as well and it was showing that I didn't get it until I looked at the full bill, glad I sighed our lines up for it last year.