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T-Mobile is offering service members 50% off family lines

T-Mobile is offering service members 50% off family lines

Charis Brown September 12, 2018
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Why I Dig this Deal:

I LOVE that T-Mobile is offering this deal to thank our servicemen and women!

Military members & veterans can save big with this deal!

T-Mobile recently announced it is offering a new set of initiatives especially for servicemen and women, including 50% off family lines, called the T-Mobile ONE Military plan.

A veteran recently told us, “This plan has the best parental controls I’ve ever seen. All kinds of perks… free Netflix and free international text and data… saved us a ton! We have 10 lines and pay $17 each.”

“We’re going full-throttle to support our military and their families,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “This is T-Mobile’s biggest discount ever for families.”

And if you weren’t convinced that T-Mobile wants to support military members through these deals, T-Mobile is also pledging to recruit 10,000 veterans and military spouses in the next five years, joining forces with non-profit FourBlock to expand the Career Readiness Program for military members to 20 cities and online, and investing more than $500 million this year to expand LTE coverage, specifically in communities around US military bases.

To get this deal, click the link below or visit a T-Mobile store near you. From everyone here at ClarkDeals.com and Clark.com, thank you for your service!

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Charis Brown is the Senior Deals Editor for ClarkDeals.com. Her favorite discount store is Nordstrom Rack, where she once bought something for $.01! She and her husband Justin paid off $27,000 of debt in 11 months and now live debt-free.
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