T-Mobile tempts Verizon customers by lending them phones for free trials
Once again, T-Mobile is mounting direct assaults on its carrier competitors, and once again, reliably brash CEO John Legere is calling them out in public. The self-named “Un-carrier” has Verizon in its sights as part of its newest “Never Settle” promotion, which offers Verizon customers a free two-week trial with T-Mobile. Once the 14-day period is up, customers can either hand their borrowed phone back without charge, or agree to switch over to T-Mobile for good. If they do decide to switch, Legere’s carrier will pay off any outstanding payments or contract termination costs up to a price of $650.
It’s an aggressive approach, but Legere’s company is no stranger to such bullish tactics, having attacked Sprint, other competitors, the…
Source:: The Verge