T-Mobile CEO John Legere took time out of his busy schedule to take the wraps off of Un-carrier 11, which is focused on the subscribers. The first part of that movement is called “Stock Up,” which will let subscribers earn stock in the wireless carrier simply by being a customer and referring new customers to join up. The carrier is offering a free share in the stock for every primary account holder, and will offer an additional share in the stock for every new customer that a subscriber is able to refer to sign up.
With the referral program, subscribers can earn up to 100 shares of stock every year. But to get those shares for a referral, the new customer will have to stay signed up for 15 days. For the subscribers that have been signed up for five or more years, you’ll get two shares per referral, instead of one.
On top of that, T-Mobile Tuesdays is now official. It’s an app that will give access to free stuff every single week. This week starts with a free video rental from VUDU, a free Frosty from Wendy’s, a free medium two-topping Domino’s pizza, as well as a free movie ticket to see Warcraft when it opens up this Friday, June 10. T-Mobile Tuesdays is available for both postpaid and prepaid subscribers.
T-Mobile is also offering a full free hour of Gogo Wi-Fi on a domestic flight and in-flight messaging through services like WhatsApp, Google Hangouts, Viber, and more.
What do you think of T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 11 announcements?