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T-Mobile offers BlackBerry subscribers $100 credit toward any other phone

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T-Mobile head honcho John Legere's assuring its BlackBerry-toting subscribers they've got nothing to worry about despite the companies' falling out. But, just in case they are worried (or just want to try other platforms), he's also offering them a $100 credit toward any device. Legere made the announcement in an open letter, where he also reminded folks they can also open a new T-Mobile line for a BlackBerry if they bring their own unlocked device.

While the $100 credit gives subscribers the chance to give other phones or platforms a try, they can also use the money to get a Q10 or a Z10, assuming they didn't take advantage of that controversial $250 trade-in promo last time. The offer's good until the end of the year, but those who prefer upgrading from an older BB phone to one of the Canadian company's newer offerings might want to decide soon. T-Mobile's license to sell BlackBerry devices in the US will expire on April 25th, and it doesn't look like BB CEO John Chen is changing his tune.

PS: Legere also mentioned that T-Mobile has more in store for BlackBerry subscribers: "Stay tuned for another Un-carrier offer that gives you more value and even more reasons to stay with America's fastest growing wireless company."

Via: CNET
Source: T-Mobile
In this article: blackberry, mobilepostcross, t-mobile
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