T-Mobile to pay off the rest of your Pixel/Pixel XL if you switch from Verizon

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In an announcement made earlier today, T-Mobile’s President and CEO, John Legere made an offer to Verizon Pixel or iPhone users to switch from Verizon to T-Mobile. If you choose to switch, T-Mobile will fully pay off whatever you owe on your Verizon Pixel or iPhone. This is a limited period offer which starts May 31, 2017, he added.

John Legere, targeted Verizon offering unlimited plans which resulted in slow networks for Verizon customers. The company specifically aimed Verizon customers who currently own a Google Pixel/Pixel XL or iPhone. This is to note that Verizon is the exclusive carrier partner for the Pixel and Pixel XL in the United States.

Customers who plan to switch need not trade-in and will be free to keep their current phone with same number. The users just need to port their number to T-Mobile, insert a new SIM into their existing device, and they’re good to go. T-Mobile also lets you insure your current Pixel/Pixel XL or iPhone by paying $15/month for full device protection and security.

T-Mobile says that the outstanding payment will be sent to customers with a digital prepaid MasterCard, typically within 15 days. So the customers will receive their money to pay off the device on Verizon even before their carrier bill is due.

Did you find T-Mobile’s offer enticing for existing Verizon Pixel/iPhone users? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  • You couldn’t pay me to use a iPhone . And why would I switch Verizon to T-unmobile. So I can have a sub par data connection with hardly any coverage….!!