It was just recently that T-Mobile officially announced their latest move with Uncarrier 4.0, in which the company basically offers to pay new customers up to $650 for them to jump ship from other competing carriers and sign up with T-Mobile’s network. This is a bold and aggressive move by the company which at the same time trumps AT&T’s offering of $450 to make customers switch from T-Mobile. To help make the transition smoother, T-Mobile has launched a breakup letter template on its Facebook page in which they will help to draft a breakup letter to the carrier you are currently with at the moment.
There are a variety of funny templates that you can use to draft your breakup letter to the carrier of your choice, although given the rather silly nature of it, we’re not sure how many people will actually use them. Some of the reasons provided by T-Mobile include “Feeling trapped because you’re a control freak,” and “you hiding things from me” (which we can only allude to mean hidden fees), “you moving so slow” (presumably talking about network speeds or customer service), and more. If T-Mobile’s offer is tempting, which we know it is for some, head on over to T-Mobile’s website where you will be able to learn more about the carrier’s Uncarrier 4.0 plans, and if you’re so inclined, feel free to use any of T-Mobile’s breakup letter templates in the process!
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