Next round of T-Mobile Tuesdays offers will include a nifty smartphone accessory for free

Next round of T-Mobile Tuesdays offers will include a nifty smartphone accessory for free
The nation's highest-rated major carrier in terms of customer satisfaction probably owes a large part of that popularity to its very competitive service rates, aggressive deals, and programs like T-Mobile Tuesdays, the latter of which is designed to reward the loyalty of Magenta's subscribers with weekly freebies and discounts that can add up to a pretty astounding yearly value.

After collecting a bunch of cool stuff at absolutely no charge in the last few months alone, including a gratis umbrella and barbeque spatula imprinted with T-Mo's logo, the "Un-carrier's" customers can look forward to scoring yet another nifty item next Tuesday with little to no effort and no expenses involved whatsoever. A free phone wallet will be offered on June 11 to anyone opening the rewards program's official mobile app and claiming the gift in due time.

While we don't have any written details about the impending freebie, an image attached to the promotion suggests this is going to be a fairly simple and straightforward smartphone accessory you'll be able to easily glue to the back of your handset to hold your most precious cards and documents. Obviously, the wallet attachment will carry a pretty massive T-Mobile emblem, and the operator hopes you'll use the accessory to store your T-Mobile Money debit card first and foremost.

Naturally, that's just a small piece of next week's T-Mobile "thankings" puzzle, which is also set to include a free digital Slow Cooker Sunday cookbook written by none other than CEO John Legere, a $4 movie ticket to Dark Phoenix (for those who may have missed this week's identical offer), $25 Live Nation tickets, a free medium latte from Dunkin', $10 Vistaprint credit, $0.10 off per gallon of Shell gas, and a chance to win $1,000 in movie tix from Atom. That's a lot of thanking for a single week, don't you think? Not that we're complaining, of course.
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