AT&T Ends Promotion That Paid $450 to T-Mobile Switchers

Ina Fried
T-Mobile USA Inc. and AT&T Inc. signage is displayed on stores in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011.
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AT&T is no longer offering a $450 credit to lure customers from T-Mobile, according to a Re/code report.

The company had been using the strategy to leapfrog T-Mobile's own promotion to attract customers by offering to pay their contract termination charges.

T-Mobile advertised its own offer during the Super Bowl with an ad featuring Tim Tebow.

By Ina Fried,

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