T-Mobile’s new Never Settle Trial will let Verizon customers get a T-Mobile phone to try out the service for 14 days. The Verizon customer must port their number to T-Mobile to try the service, but they can keep their Verizon phone just in case they don't want to permanently switch. If the customer doesn’t like the experience, he or she can return the phone and T-Mo will refund any costs incurred during the trial as well as any service costs that Verizon may charge, like an activation fee. If the customer decides to stick with T-Mo once the trial is up, he or she can have their Verizon ETF and any device payments paid off after trading in their old phone and getting a new one on a T-Mobile Simple Choice plan.
The Never Settle Trial promo starts on May 13 and will run through May 31. The deal will be available both online and in stores.
Most carriers tout their LTE networks as being the fastest, biggest, or strongest, and that includes both Verizon and T-Mobile. T-Mobile says that it’s got “America’s fastest nationwide 4G LTE,” but the only way to truly know how a carrier’s network will work for you is to try it for yourself, and that’s what T-Mobile is letting you Verizon folk do with this latest promo. So if you’re a Big Red customer whose interest has been piqued by John Legere and all of T-Mobile’s Un-carrier moves, now’s your chance to try T-Mo for yourself to see if you should switch.