Video:  T-Mobile Wants to Offer You a Deal Despite Your Credit Score

T-Mobile Wants to Offer You a Deal Despite Your Credit Score

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T-Mobile is trying to reel in more smartphone customers through a new program that doesn't care about your credit score. T-Mobile wants to include those with low credit through a new program it calls "Smartphone Equality." Consumer Intelligence Research Partners said that, in a survey this month, T-Mobile scored the highest percentage among major carriers in terms of winning over new customers and retaining existing subscribers. Starting January 25, Smartphone Equality will offer the same deals to all customers whether or not they have a good credit score, and will apply to both prepaid and postpaid subscribers. The only catch? T-Mobile subscribers have to have made 12 straight monthly payments on their current plan without any interruption in order to qualify for the best prices and deals.

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