T-Mobile Will Pay Off Your Verizon Google Pixel, If You Switch

T-Mobile has just announced its latest promotion for bringing over Verizon customers to their network. They are going to be paying off your Google Pixel or Apple iPhone, if you still owe money on it. Whether that's just a few bucks, or as much as a thousand bucks, T-Mobile will pay it off for you if you switch to their network. Unfortunately, this only works on the Pixel and iPhone, and not other devices like the Galaxy S8 or LG G6. T-Mobile kicks off this promotion on May 31st, so if you're looking to jump from Verizon over to T-Mobile, now might be the right time.

The next announcement that T-Mobile has, is the fact that customers that have two lines or more, can add two more lines for the price of one line. That means you can get four lines for just $140/month, that's a pretty great deal, especially for those that are looking to add a few more lines to their account anyways. Now those of you that are on AT&T or Sprint can still switch to T-Mobile. The company announced that it will pay off your current smartphone when you finance a new device through T-Mobile. The main difference between this and the promotion for Verizon users is the fact that Verizon users can keep their device - so they are essentially only paying for T-Mobile ONE. With Verizon, smartphones are GSM unlocked, which do support T-Mobile's bands, meaning that you can use a Verizon smartphone on T-Mobile without any issues.

These are just the beginning of T-Mobile's big announcements, they are planning a few more over the coming days, for celebrating Summer. Which doesn't officially start until June 21st, but it feels like Summer in many places already. T-Mobile likely has some other announcements that will be aimed at bringing customers to their network, as it is currently the fastest growing wireless carrier right now, adding over a million customers each quarter for nearly three years now. T-Mobile does take some stabs at Verizon's network slowing down since offering up unlimited data, which may be true, but it is still pretty fast and it does also offer better coverage in some areas than T-Mobile.

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