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T-Mobile subscribers can no longer sign up for KickBack

5 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

When the clock struck 12 am this morning, and the calendar flipped to Friday the 13th, T-Mobile's KickBack enrollment came to an end. Unless you've already signed up for KickBack, and keep paying for a qualifying rate plan, it no longer is an option for new or existing T-Mobile customers. Those enrolled in KickBack receive a $10 credit if they use 2GB of data or less on a T-Mobile postpaid phone or tablet line during a month.
KickBack kicked off on January 22nd, 2017 and has now kicked the bucket. T-Mobile says that it is ending the program since it was designed for those who don't use...
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