T-Mobile will pay off your expensive smartphone contract if you switch, according to SlashGear

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In its latest drastic bid to rake in new subscribers, T-Mobile has announced that it will pay off your existing smartphone, assuming you owe no more than $1,000 under your current contract. The promotion, of course, is contingent on switching from your existing carrier to T-Mobile, which launched the new offer on Friday. How does the promo work? T-Mobile says it’ll dish out the payoff funds on a prepaid MasterCard.

The promotion went live on Friday, October 22, with relatively simple requirements: bring your smartphone to a T-Mobile retail store along with an image of your last phone bill. Assuming you have an eligible smartphone, the Uncarrier says it will pay off the device up to $1,000 per smartphone (limit of five devices).

T-Mobile heavily emphasizes its 5G network, though you don’t need a 5G smartphone to take advantage of this promotion. The carrier details the steps consumers must take to redeem this promo, including ordering a SIM card, signing up for a plan, and getting your phone number ported to your new account.

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