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AT&T and Verizon Customers: Zero Cost to Switch Promo Launching 2/24 for T-Mobile

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Starting 2/24 T-Mobile will offer AT&T and Verizon customers a new switching promo. Switch to T-Mobile and keep your eligible phones and T-Mobile will pay off your device up to $650 per line switched via virtual rebate debit card. They will also waive associated switching costs, which means the $10 sim card fee and $20 support fee per line.

T-Mobile is launching new Magenta and Magenta Max plans that same day as well. Details here [tmo.report].

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Any thoughts on the new max plan? I've been on a single line of cricket for $40/mo, but this looks tempting.

I've used T-Mobile in the past in Bay Area and it sucked, but not sure how much it has improved now. Not to mention the Netflix and Tuesday perks look pretty nice.
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Any thoughts on the new max plan? I've been on a single line of cricket for $40/mo, but this looks tempting.

I've used T-Mobile in the past in Bay Area and it sucked, but not sure how much it has improved now. Not to mention the Netflix and Tuesday perks look pretty nice.
A single line on MAX would be $85/mo.
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A single line on MAX would be $85/mo.
Thanks for the clarification. This is such deceitful language in the details as I just noticed they are advertising this for 3 lines.
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Any thoughts on the new max plan? I've been on a single line of cricket for $40/mo, but this looks tempting.

I've used T-Mobile in the past in Bay Area and it sucked, but not sure how much it has improved now. Not to mention the Netflix and Tuesday perks look pretty nice.
It's still pretty bad in the Bay Area, especially indoors (assuming you're talking about CA.) In my experience, AT&T is consistently better.
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So Current Magenta accounts are moved to New Magenta or do you have to ask? Article says both. And Magenta Plus doesn't segway automatically to Max? GUess What I'm getting at is do I upgrade before, or on the 24th. . .

Have 7 lines Magenta for $96 (hookup + 5 free lines), don't want to mess that up, but was thinking of upgrading to Plus which would have only been $16 more for the account. Guess Max will be the same?

If price stays the same, keep my hookup and free lines, get some more data. . .and jump on their most current lineage of plans to future proof somewhat. . .seems a no brainer??
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You mean instead of 450 it will be now $650 for switching contract lines and keeping same device?
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It's still pretty bad in the Bay Area, especially indoors (assuming you're talking about CA.) In my experience, AT&T is consistently better.
in so cal that was the case a long time ago but att has turned to crap and feels below tmobile now. It's sad but tmobiles 600mhz band is going to eventually put them at the top
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Any thoughts on the new max plan? I've been on a single line of cricket for $40/mo, but this looks tempting.

I've used T-Mobile in the past in Bay Area and it sucked, but not sure how much it has improved now. Not to mention the Netflix and Tuesday perks look pretty nice.
Most of the T-Mobile Tuesday stuff is a joke, nowadays.
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I've noticed several of HDVoice compatible phones that ATT/Cricket say they won't support are showing up as fully compatible on TMobile's IMEI checker. I currently have 5 lines on Cricket for $125, but looks like 3 will need to be replaced on move elsewhere. This is definitely just for postpaid VZW/ATT, though? Phones are all paid off ,but if it was worth switching any chance they'd waive activation fees from Cricket?
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So Current Magenta accounts are moved to New Magenta or do you have to ask? Article says both. And Magenta Plus doesn't segway automatically to Max? GUess What I'm getting at is do I upgrade before, or on the 24th. . .

Have 7 lines Magenta for $96 (hookup + 5 free lines), don't want to mess that up, but was thinking of upgrading to Plus which would have only been $16 more for the account. Guess Max will be the same?

If price stays the same, keep my hookup and free lines, get some more data. . .and jump on their most current lineage of plans to future proof somewhat. . .seems a no brainer??
I have the same question. I have 2 paid lines, 3 free lines + hookup. Should I upgrade to magenta plus to lock myself into the max at the discounted price at $16 for the account? Seems like all free lines added after 06/2019 will stick as well as hookup.
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Tmobile is awesome and basic Netflix is included on almost all plans
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Any good deals for people switching from another carrier who want new iPhones and can trade-in?
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Any good deals for people switching from another carrier who want new iPhones and can trade-in?
This +1. We're in the market for a couple of new iPhone 12s
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in so cal that was the case a long time ago but att has turned to crap and feels below tmobile now. It's sad but tmobiles 600mhz band is going to eventually put them at the top
yeah in so cal now and noticed last few months or even past year service has gotten worse. but the worse of them all is in the mountains. Tmobile is just terrible in any mountains you go to in southern or northern CA. I mean you can't even make calls for hours.
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