T-Mobile is Offering a Free Year of Hulu For Anyone Who Took Their Free DIRECTV NOW Deal

T-Mobile is at it again with their offers to attract AT&T customers to switch. Recently they offered a free year of DIRECTV NOW but now T-Mobile says if you took them up on that offer they will also give you a free year of Hulu.

That may leave some to wonder why why are they giving a free year of Hulu on top of the free year of DIRECTV NOW?

“It turns out DIRECTV NOW is barely watchable, but we’ve got our customers’ backs! So, every former AT&T customer who took us up on our offer now gets a free year of Hulu on us – and they get to enjoy it on a faster, more advanced network with unlimited data!” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “Even I can’t believe AT&T spent $67 billion on DIRECTV and still couldn’t roll out a streaming service that worked! <shock face emoji>”

T-Mobile goes on to say “Every former AT&T customer who signed up for a free year of DIRECTV NOW will receive a notification from T-Mobile in the coming weeks with a unique code good for a free year of Hulu Limited Commercials service. ”

Did you take T-Mobile up on the year of free DIRECTV NOW? If so what do you think of this new offer for a free year of Hulu? Let us know in the comments.

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2 Responses to T-Mobile is Offering a Free Year of Hulu For Anyone Who Took Their Free DIRECTV NOW Deal

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    supervolt January 25, 2017 at 3:24 pm #

    I love when T-Mobile trolls AT&T and Verizon. Considering T-Mobile is gaining subscribers while the others are losing, it’s going to have a huge impact.

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    Jesse Gurr January 28, 2017 at 3:02 pm #

    I like T-Mobile because you can stream most video applications on your mobile device without using any of your data. It even works if you tether another device to your phone like a laptop or a roku. It only works for video though and it’s limited to dvd quality. But for me, I don’t notice the dip in quality too much so it works fine for me.
    Definitely nice if I have kids to entertain on long trips.