Thinking about switching you cellphone network, but don’t know how to get out of your current contract without paying a huge early termination fee? T-Mobile says it’ll reimburse you for that fee if you switch to its network.
You’ll still need to pay the early termination fee, but when you send T-Mobile proof of the fee incurred, the company will send you up to $350 per phone line.
Customers will also have to sign up for T-Mobile Simple Choice Plan, but the good news is that the company will also offer up to $300 in credit toward a new phone when you trade in your existing handset. If you don’t trade in your old phone and port your phone number to T-Mobile, you don’t qualify for the reimbursement money.
Signing up for a T-Mobile pre-paid plan also won’t qualify you, but the company’s post-paid plans have prices starting as low as $50 per month for unlimited talk and text 500MB of data.
The deal is good for customers in the US who are switching from Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint, and customers can sign up starting January 9th, 2014.