Last month, T-Mobile began offering one year of free DirecTV Now service to AT&T customers that switched to T-Mo. The problem is that DirecTV Now, which is owned by AT&T, has been criticized for having service issues since its launch. So now T-Mobile says that it’s going to “make things right” by giving those AT&T switchers a free year of Hulu, too.
This free year of Hulu Limited Commercials service is on top of the DirecTV Now service that AT&T switchers received, meaning that they get to keep the free DirecTV Now that they already got.
If you’re a T-Mobile customer that switched from AT&T and got the DirecTV Now deal, you should receive a notification from T-Mo in the coming weeks. It’ll contain the promo code that you need to redeem to get your free Hulu service.