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T-Mobile: Bring Your Own Phone & Get $150/line via Prepaid MasterCard® Card

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T-Mobile [t-mobile.com] is offering the deal: Bring your own phone and get $150/line via prepaid MasterCard® card when you switch to T-Mobile ONE.
  • Limited-time offer. Qualifying plan & eligible port-in req'd. Savings over AT&T and Verizon charges.
  • Device must be compatible with our network & capable of using a T-Mobile SIM card.
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It does not appear that you automatically will be sent the $150/line. It appears that once activated, you have to go to http://www.t-mobile.com/promotions and enter your account information and the code 17SWITCHER to submit for it. Just an FYI so no one misses out on it. ( from user 'shreksbrother' link )

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although several phones may be compatible with tmobile, make sure your phone can do tmobiles band 12 for lte
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T-Mobile [t-mobile.com] is offering the deal: Bring your own phone and get $150/line via prepaid MasterCard® card when you switch to T-Mobile ONE.

  • Limited-time offer. Qualifying plan & eligible port-in req'd. Savings over AT&T and Verizon charges.
  • Device must be compatible with our network & capable of using a T-Mobile SIM card.
Repost. This has been offered for about a month now and has been posted before.
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How long you have to keep the line active to qualify for the rebate?
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$20 for a SIM kit is really made me fainted...!!!
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Moto E from RingPlus to get $150? What's the cheapest plan?
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How long you have to keep the line active to qualify for the rebate?
"You must submit rebate request within 14 days of port-in and be active and in good standing when rebate is processed; allow up to 8 weeks. Max 12. Not combinable with some offers (e.g., Carrier Freedom)."

https://www.t-mobile.com/bring-yo...d=&irgwc=1

2-3 months, I guess.
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"You must submit rebate request within 14 days of port-in and be active and in good standing when rebate is processed; allow up to 8 weeks. Max 12. Not combinable with some offers (e.g., Carrier Freedom)."

https://www.t-mobile.com/bring-yo...d=&irgwc=1

2-3 months, I guess.
Thanx for the info
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Can this be combined with how T-Mo pays off switching costs/contracts?
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Are they also going to pay the termination fee if coming from Verizon?
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although several phones may be compatible with tmobile, make sure your phone can do tmobiles band 12 for lte
Nowadays, most unlocked phones in the US market are compatible t-mobile
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Can this be combined with how T-Mo pays off switching costs/contracts?

I just called, and it doesn't work with ETF fees. (You can get one or the other. And to have ETF's covered you have to turn in an old phone.)
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$20 for a SIM kit is really made me fainted...!!!
not literally..
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