AT&T beats T-Mobile to the punch by offering free movie tickets, concerts and more


T-Mobile was just about ready to announce their big Un-Carrier 11 promotion that hooks users up with free stuff, but AT&T wasn’t having it. They’ve stolen the thunder today by announcing that AT&T Thanks, a new customer appreciation program that’ll hook AT&T and DirecTV customers up with some nice freebies starting this summer.


Here’s a full rundown of what the company is doing, to start:

  • ‘Ticket Twosdays’: AT&T postpaid wireless customers will qualify to get a free movie ticket on AT&T when they buy one at full price for a Tuesday showing. These are available to qualifying customers once every week for the duration of the program. Customers can visit to learn how to receive a coupon code for a free ticket exclusively through for participating theaters, including all Regal Entertainment Group theaters.
  • LIVE NATION Priority Pre-sale: AT&T customers will get exclusive pre-sale access to the hottest concerts and events starting this summer. Select customers will also be able to get in on access to exclusive experiences with their favorite artists.
  • Unique Content: Select DIRECTV subscribers will get access to special content coming soon to their TVs and their favorite mobile devices.

They also have stuff that you can earn on an individual basis:

Additionally, AT&T thanks will be launching private offers just for you. These limited-time, surprise offers for AT&T customers will include tickets to live events, device and accessory perks, data giveaways, and more. As the program evolves, offers will be tailored to customers based on their services and packages with AT&T.

AT&T says this is only the beginning of their attempt to show their appreciation for your patronage, and they’ll be doing even more stuff in the months and years to come. The ball is in your court, Magenta.

[via AT&T]

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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