Verizon customers switching to T-Mobile get a free year of Hulu Plus


Another week, another offer to help get people switched over to T-Mobile. After wooing AT&T and Sprint customers with sweet deals for switching, T-Mobile is now targeting the Verizon faithful. The company is putting up a full year of Hulu Plus for free if you’re switching from Big Red.

While Hulu is free on the web for the most part, Hulu Plus is required for watching on mobile apps. One clear thing to note is that this offer is only for Hulu’s limited ads plan that starts out at $7.99, as opposed to the less annoying ad-free plan that costs $11.99 per month. This translates to about $100 in savings, which is not a bad deal if you’re a Hulu user.

T-Mobile is also throwing in the same 50% off financed accessories that they did for AT&T customers, meaning you could get up to $125 off smart watches. The offer goes from December 11th through December 17th, so if you were planning to switch your family over to T-Mobile this holiday season then now is the time to do it.

[via T-Mobile]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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