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T-Mobile really wants to get the public in favor of the merger between it and Sprint. The company announced that if the merger with Sprint goes through, it will offer 10 years of free, unlimited 5G service to first responders.
Basically, right now, AT&T Thanks amounts to buy-one-get-one movie tickets on Tuesdays, starting June 30. You can buy one movie ticket ("at select theaters") and get another ticket for equal or lesser value for free.
But to get the ticket, you need to receive a coupon code by text message. The fine print gets a little confusing: "Customer must complete online validation process to receive coupon code for use on redemption website to purchase tickets."
AT&T fired the first volley in early June, unveiling "AT&T Thanks," a program that offered perks like a buy-one-get-one-free offer on movie tickets (on Tuesdays) and a few other hastily put together features.
Four days later, T-Mobile followed up with its T-Mobile Tuesday program, which offered free pizza, Frosty's desserts from Wendy's, digital movie rentals, as well as the promise of shares for some customers. T-Mobile's program kicked in the next day, while AT&T offered its first perk at the end of the month.
The numbers reflect the reality of competition in the wireless business, with carriers aggressively vying for your business and where even a free pizza can make a difference. T-Mobile will almost certainly report higher growth in the same period when it releases its second-quarter results next week.
Postpaid wireless subscribers of AT&T will be treated to a free ticket when they purchase one at full price on Tuesday movie showings. Participating theaters include all Regal Entertainment Group theaters and AMC Theatres. The buy one, get one (BOGO) free movie ticket is the program's first reward.
"We're thankful for you being our customer, and to show our gratitude, we're giving you some tokens of our appreciation. AT&T is rewarding customers with free movie tickets through AT&T THANKS - an appreciation program that does what other carriers can't," revealed the carrier.
However, it does not come across as generous as the weekly giveaways from T-Mobile, which include free $15 credit for Lyft rides, movie tickets and free medium Domino's pizzas. While the T-Mobile offer did not require a subscriber to make any additional purchase, it hit a hurdle when Domino's opted out of the T-Mobile Tuesdays program.
To avail of the AT&T BOGO free movie ticket offer, eligible subscribers will be required to validate their mobile number on the Ticket Twosdays page. After validation, they will be directed to the website movietickets.com. Here upon purchase of a full-price ticket, they can automatically apply a coupon code at checkout to get a second ticket for free.
The caveat is that one account is entitled to one free ticket each week only when the promotion is running and until supplies last. Moreover, the BOGO movie ticket offer is only valid for 2D movies being shown by the two participating theater chains. The offer is only available for postpaid subscribers, so tough luck if you are a prepaid customer on AT&T. Employees of the carrier cannot participate in the offer.
AT&T's Thanks reward program also intends to offer loyal subscribers with pre-sale tickets for specific Live Nation concerts. Eligible subscribers will be able to buy the tickets before the sales open up to the general public.
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