In mid-December, T-Mobile presented AT&T consumers who switched to the Uncarrier a free year of the DIRECTV NOW streaming service. Because it seems, DIRECTV NOW kinda sucks, so to make it up to the ones particular consumers, T-Mobile is granting them a loose yr of get entry to to Hulu, “a terrific streaming carrier that in fact works.”
Within the announcement, T-Mobile cites a couple of publications that experience stated DIRECTV NOW isn't that groovy of a carrier in its present shape. Making an allowance for it’s fairly imaginable that a couple of AT&T consumers switched on over to T-Mobile to take merit of the loose yr for DIRECTV NOW, T-Mobile needs to do proper through them.
Said by way of John Legere, “It seems DIRECTV NOW is simply watchable, however we’ve were given our consumers’ backs! So, each and every former AT&T buyer who took us up on our be offering now will get a loose yr of Hulu on us. Even I will be able to’t consider AT&T spent $67 billion on DIRECTV and nonetheless couldn’t roll out a streaming carrier that labored!”
If this transfer impacts you, T-Mobile main points that you are going to obtain a notification in your phone within the coming weeks, containing a singular code that may grant you the loose yr of Hulu get entry to.