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T-Mobile Is Going To Give Its Customers Shares In The Company

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T-Mobile Is Going To Give Its Customers Shares In The Company

T-Mobile investors new and old are being offered one free share of the company, according to CEO John Legere.

Shares of T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ: TMUS) closed Monday at $43.07, down 1.2 percent.

According to CNN, The new "Stock Up" promotion is part of T-Mobile's Un-carrier marketing strategy, which gives customers more flexibility on data usage.

There is a 15-day period allotted to claim your share, which you can do through the T-Mobile app.

US Weekly reported all T-Mobile customers will be offered a free ticket from Fandango to the opening weekend of the Warcraft movie. T-Mobile customers can also get a free hour of Wi-Fi on their smartphones on all Gogo-equipped domestic flights—along with free messaging through Gogo via iMessage, Google Hangouts, WhatsApp and Viber.

 

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