Three lines of T-Mobile ONE just $100 with the Un-carrier's latest promotion

Three lines of T-Mobile ONE just $100 with the Un-carrier's latest promotion
There is a huge war taking place in the U.S. Unlike most battles, the public is actually benefiting from it. We are referring to the carrier war that apparently has broken out between Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint. One particular nasty exchange has been seen in the Battle of Unlimited. Historians will be discussing this for years to come. In the latest salvo, the Big Red war machine tried a sneak attack, even lobbing in streaming video in 720p. But General Legere quickly mobilized his Magenta Army with a response that matched  his rival. And AT&T last night started a new aerial attack by using its satellite video assets in an attempt to gather converts to its side.

Every day, this no-holds barred war is leaving its casualties strewn all over the wireless super highway,  capturing the attention of a battle weary public. Today, T-Mobile took an aggressive step with a new promotion that gives subscribers a new line for the low, low price of zero. With T-Mobile subscribers paying $100 for two lines of T-Mobile ONE, they can add another T-Mobile ONE line, giving them three lines for $100. Or, the free line can be used to add a smartwatch or a tablet. With SyncUp Drive, the free line can also be used to turn a car into a 4G LTE hotspot. It is up to each T-Mobile subscriber to decide what to do with the freebie.

The deal is open to any T-Mobile customer signed up to T-Mobile ONE, Simple Choice and Simple Choice No Credit plans, with two or more lines. The deal is available for a limited time, but get this. T-Mobile subscribers get to keep the free line as long as their account is in good standing, or they make a change to their account. If interested, click on the sourcelink or visit your nearby T-Mobile store. And keep your head up, watching out for falling smartphones.

The free line offer begins on March 1st.

source: T-Mobile

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