It’s Official: February 13th is National Break Up with Your Carrier Day & T-Mobile Has Sweet Deals to Make It Easy

  • What’s the news: February 13th is officially National
    Break Up with Your Carrier Day
    , and T-Mobile is making it easier
    than ever to say goodbye to Verizon and AT&T with new deals. Plus,
    everyone can win awesome stuff by sharing your #MyFunnyBreakUpStory
    with @TMobile!
  • Why it matters: Life is too short to be stuck in a loveless
    relationship, so break up with your carrier and join the most loved
    wireless company – T-Mobile!
  • Who it’s for: Anyone feeling jilted by their carrier and
    looking for a way out.

BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/GetOutoftheRed?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#GetOutoftheRedlt;/agt;–It’s not you, it’s your carrier. Today, National
Day Calendar
® – the people
who brought you Talk Like a Pirate Day and Random Acts of Kindness Day – announced
that February 13th is National Break Up With Your Carrier
Day. Always ready for the hookup, the Un-carrier is launching two new
offers for those who don’t want to spend Valentine’s Day in a loveless
relationship with their carrier, so they can come to the most loved
wireless company – T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS).

First, switch to the Un-carrier and get two unlimited lines and two
phones for just $100/month on T-Mobile Essentials with AutoPay. One for
you, one for someone you love…and a wireless company with heart emoji
eyes for you both. Second, superphones like Samsung Galaxy Note8, S9 and
S9 Plus; Pixel 3 and 3 XL; and others
are now included in #GetOutoftheRed.
So, Verizon customers just bring an eligible device to the Un-carrier
and sign up for T-Mobile ONE Plus, use it on America’s fastest LTE, and
T-Mobile will pay off what you owe up to $650! Both offers are available
beginning February 13th.

All week long, @TMobile
is asking followers to share their best #MyFunnyBreakUpStory on Twitter
– any break up, even that time you dumped the lady who cut your hair. On
Valentine’s Day, @JohnLegere
will pick his favorites to get awesome prizes like free phones. Anyone
can participate.

“In a relationship with the carriers, it’s all about them. In a
relationship with the Un-carrier, it’s all about you! Feb 13 is the
perfect day to kick the carriers to the curb and join the happiest
customers in wireless at T-Mobile!” said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile.
“At the Un-carrier, you can feel the love with free stuff every Tuesday
(ahem, tacos!), Netflix on Us for families, taxes and fees included,
free global roaming, the best care in wireless with Team of Experts …
and so much more!”

And, don’t worry about that contract. T-Mobile has you covered with Carrier
Freedom
– they’ll pay off your carrier’s annual service contract and
device payments (up to $650 per line via trade-in credit and prepaid
card) when you trade in and get a new device on a qualifying plan. In
fact, since the Un-carrier introduced Carrier Freedom, wireless
customers have saved over $1.4 billion in switching fees across the
industry!

Starting on National Break Up With Your Carrier Day, switch to T-Mobile
and get two lines plus two new smartphones for just $100/month on T-Mobile
Essentials
with AutoPay after 24 monthly bill credits. Choose from
the T-Mobile REVVL, REVVL Plus, REVVL 2; the LG Aristo, Aristo 2 Plus,
K20 Plus; the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime, J3 Star; or Motorola e5
Play. Or, choose two lines of T-Mobile
ONE
and two smartphones for $130/month and get taxes
and fees
, Netflix
On Us
and additional travel
benefits
included.

Of course, T-Mobile customers also get:

For more about Break Up with Your Carrier Day, head here.
And if you miss it, don’t worry. You can join the Un-carrier any time
you like. Plus, the next Break Up Day – February 13, 2020 – is right
around the corner.

During congestion, customers using > 50GB/mo. may notice reduced
speeds; Essentials customers may notice speeds lower than other
customers. Video at 480p.
Limited time offers; subject to change.
Qualifying credit and service required. 2 for $100 ($90/mo for
Essentials + $10/mo x 24 for 2 phones):
via 24
monthly credits with AutoPay. Plus taxes & fees. Finance agreements
required. Allow 2 bill cycles for credits. Sample device pricing (for
Moto e5 Play): $0 down + $5/mo x 24 mos (pre-credit price $150). 0% APR.

If you cancel service, credits stop & balance
is due; contact us for information. #GetOutoftheRed
: Qualifying
device, Verizon port-in, and timely redemption required. Device balance
up to $650 paid by virtual Prepaid MasterCard® Card typically within 15
days; card expires. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to 18+ in US/DC/PR.
Enter by 2/13/19 at 11:59 pm ET. Void where prohibited by law. For full
rules go to https://t-mo.co/2tdjfeH.
National Day Calendar® is a registered trademark. Officially licensed by
C3 Entertainment, Inc. www.c3entertainment.com.

About T-Mobile US, Inc.

As America’s Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is redefining
the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading
product and service innovation. Our advanced nationwide 4G LTE network
delivers outstanding wireless experiences to 79.7 million customers who
are unwilling to compromise on quality and value. Based in Bellevue,
Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its subsidiaries and
operates its flagship brands, T-

Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile. For more information, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com.

About C3 Entertainment

C3 Entertainment, Inc. is a diversified entertainment company,
specializing in Licensing, Production and Distribution. A pioneer in
branding, C3 was founded by the most famous comedy brand ever, The Three
Stooges. C3 Entertainment is engaged in licensing and brand management
of world-famous classic and modern brands and personalities, as well as
motion picture, television, digital and home entertainment production,
and worldwide distribution.

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