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NewsPoster Apr 8, 2013 03:15 PM
Virgin Mobile promises $100 prepaid credit for T-Mobile defectors
Virgin Mobile has kicked off a marketing campaign that is aimed at current T-Mobile prepaid customers. As part of its "retrain your brain" <A href="">promotion</a>, Virgin is offering $100 in unlimited-plan credit for customers who switch their phone number from a T-Mobile account. <br /><br />A chart outlining plan features and device costs suggests Virgin Mobile customers will save a total of $334 over the course of two years, including the $100 credit, if they were to purchase a Galaxy S II and sign up for unlimited data (2.5GB before throttling), messaging and talk service.<br />
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Sprint earlier this month announced that it had increased its customer base for the first time in approximately four years, before launching its new <A href=" om.70/">"UnCarrier" contract-free plans</a> in the US. The company is days away from offering the iPhone 5, with prices starting at $580, while Virgin is currently limited to the iPhone 4S for $450, and both companies offer a wide range of Android devices.<br />
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Virgin will continue its $100 promotion through the end of May.
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