T-Mobile is at it again. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States is once again launching a new promotional deal that takes a dig at AT&T’s DirecTV Now service. This time around, T-Mobile is offering a whole year’s subscription to Hulu absolutely free of charge to former AT&T users who have switched to T-Mobile.
It seems that T-Mobile’s favorite pastime is to try and steal away subscribers from its rivals. This time around, the wireless carrier is going after subscribers of industry leader Verizon Wireless. To lure away customers from the Big Red, T-Mobile is offering one whole year of free content from Hulu to subscribers who decided to switch from Verizon Wireless and then defect to T-Mobile.
If you are an owner of an Android device, you are in for a little holiday treat from Hulu. The online video service company is offering a limited selection of TV episodes free of charge during the holiday season.
This offer is exclusively on the Hulu app for Android only, which users can get from Google Play. As a matter of fact, it was Google who made the announcement about the special offer via the official Android Twitter account.
While a lot of Android users will no doubt be excited with the prospect of watching episodes of their favorite TV show for free, they need to know that Hulu will not be offering entire seasons completely free of charge.
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