Summary:

AT&T’s limited-time offer that paid up to $450 to users who switched their service from T-Mobile has ended after less than a month.

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Less than one month after introducing a program that paid up to $450 to T-Mobile users to switch their service, AT&T has called the offer off.

Both the Wall Street Journal and T-Mobile CEO John Legere noted the end of the promotion on Monday. Legere took to Twitter to write:

Legere digs aside, the end of the promotion isn’t really a big surprise (come to think of it, Legere’s tweet isn’t much of a surprise either). AT&T stated it was a limited-time offer when it first introduced the program, and still managed to add over 800,000 subscribers in its fourth quarter. So perhaps it isn’t feeling the pinch of T-Mobile quite as much as it had expected. Or perhaps it has another new deal in the pipeline.

Either way, you can still save some money at AT&T with a recent deal that shaves $100 off your bill every time you add a new line.

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