T-Mobile unveiled the final gift in its Un-carrier Unwrapped promotional series on Thursday, targeting Verizon customers with up to a free year of Hulu and half-off accessories.
According to T-Mobile’s press release, Verizon customers who make the switch will get 12 months of Hulu, no trade-in required. Additionally, as in its offer to AT&T customers last week, Verizon customers will be able to get half off financed in-store accessories, including smartwatches, Fitbit fitness trackers, Guitar Hero Live, UE Boom and JBL Bluetooth speakers and headphones.
In the face of Verizon’s new “Better Matters” campaign, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said the Un-carrier’s offer is intended to show customers why T-Mobile is the best choice.
T-Mobile’s offer for Verizon customers will be in effect from Dec. 11 through Dec. 17. Verizon subscribers who make the jump with a trade in are also eligible for T-Mobile’s Carrier Freedom and up to $650 per line to cover early termination fees or an outstanding device balance.
Thursday’s promotion is the last in T-Mobile’s series of offers targeting the competition’s customers. The promotion kicked off just after Thanksgiving with the giveaway of three months of unlimited high speed data for all existing T-Mobile customers. T-Mobile quickly followed by taking aim at Sprint customers with an offer of a $200 credit for every line switched.
Last week, the Un-carrier offered AT&T customers a memory upgrade on the new iPhone and half off all accessories. That offer ends Sunday, Dec. 13.