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Select T-Mobile/Sprint Customers: 4-Months Sirius XM Platinum Plan Trial

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T-Mobile is Offering Select T-Mobile or Sprint Customers: 4-Months Sirius XM Platinum Plan Trial for Free when you follow the instructions below.

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Deal Instructions:
  1. Click here and log in with your T-Mobile or Sprint ID
  2. Enter your T-Mobile/Sprint Phone Number then Click Continue
  3. Start a New Submission with promo code 2022SIRIUSXMP1
  4. Read the terms and conditions and continue.
  5. Fill in your personal information and continue
  6. After successful submission, you will see a "Redeem now" button that will redirect you to SiriusXM to redeem the offer and sign up directly via SiriusXM.

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  • Who is Eligible:
    • Active T-Mobile or Sprint postpaid consumer voice wireless or Home Internet/Business Internet customers (including T-Mobile for Business customer account holders with SSN's).
  • Who is NOT Eligible:
    • T-Mobile Prepaid, Mobile Internet only, Business accounts without an SSN or with more than 12 voice lines (corporate or government) accounts are not eligible for this offer.
    • Customers who have previously activated any free or promotional offers with SiriusXM are not eligible for the 4-month promotional offer.
  • After your 4 free months, your SiriusXM subscription plan will automatically renew and you will then be billed $10.99 per month, plus fees and taxes, by SiriusXM unless and until you cancel. You can cancel anytime.
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As seen on Reddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/tmobile/...s_xm_free/

This is for the Platinum plan:

https://promotions.t-mobile.com
Code: 2022SIRIUSXMP1

I signed up with an existing SXM login that I had cancelled a few months back, so it's available to previous customers. Standard SXM disclaimers apply WRT canceling service at the end of the promo, etc.

https://www.t-mobile.com/tv-strea...us-xm-deal
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Good luck trying to cancel after free trials.
Use a fake name and address, prepaid debit or rebate card, and spam email address.

I've done THIS many times. I never even bother to cancel. It just stops working a few days after the freebie is supposed to end.
Brother than what are you doing in this thread lol

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Good luck trying to cancel after free trials.
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Automatically renews after the 4-month free period at the then-current rate (currently $10.99/mo) plus fees and taxes.
I have used the free 3 month trial several times, so this deal doesn't seem that hot since you need to call in and spend however long it takes to get them to cancel. Six months would be kind of enticing.
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Redeem by 12/31.
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I have used the free 3 month trial several times, so this deal doesn't seem that hot since you need to call in and spend however long it takes to get them to cancel. Six months would be kind of enticing.
Use a fake name and address, prepaid debit or rebate card, and spam email address.

I've done THIS many times. I never even bother to cancel. It just stops working a few days after the freebie is supposed to end.
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I have used the free 3 month trial several times, so this deal doesn't seem that hot since you need to call in and spend however long it takes to get them to cancel. Six months would be kind of enticing.
Yup -- same here. However, the few times I've had to cancel (due to accepting the $1 "processing fee" to make the 3 month trial 6 months) I've canceled via online chat, while doing other things. Took all of 10 minutes.

For this promo, I've signed up with a prepaid GC that had $.01 left on it (from the Boughtmilk settlement). I'll still cancel before the 4 month trial ends, just to avoid the collection invoices/junk mail.
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Use a fake name and address, prepaid debit or rebate card, and spam email address.

I've done THIS many times. I never even bother to cancel. It just stops working a few days after the freebie is supposed to end.

Good tips!
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is this one offer per account or line?
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Good luck trying to cancel after free trials.
Never had an issue canceling with the streaming trials. Yes you have to call, but you only get escalated once and took me less than 6 minutes last time around.
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Good luck trying to cancel after free trials.
Use a vcc and you're golden.
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Good luck trying to cancel after free trials.
No need for luck, it's extremely simple. Quick call to their customer support line and that's it. And don't give them your personal cell phone number, obviously.

Although frankly with their typical retention offers, there's almost no reason to disconnect it ever since they'll renew your service for almost nothing.
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Don't do it. If anyone here has ever canceled their Hello Fresh subscription, it's the same experience. They'll even go one further and keep calling you.
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Even free—I have no interest. Apple music Or podcasts.

Thanks for sharing anyway.
Brother than what are you doing in this thread lol
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