I'm going to miss T-Mobile so much. When it eventually merges with its closest competitor, AT&T, this year, I'm probably going to cry.
But, while it's still around, the carrier is still dishing out its fantastic deals and great offers that have kept its customers (and potential customers) happy for a long time. Today, T-Mobile announced that on the 18th, one day before Father's Day, new and returning customers with 18 months or more on a contract will be receiving a $10 per month credit on their data plans. T-Mobile claims that this equals free data; this is true, but only for the 200MB/month plan. However, if you'd like to use the $10 for a larger amount of data, you definitely can. You'll just be paying the difference.
Why can't AT&T do this? Or, can they start doing this once the acquisition is done? AT&T never gives its customers anything to be impressed with.[T-Mobile PR]