T-Mobile will bribe you to use its service.
T-Mobile just held another of its uncarrier events.
In the past, T-Mobile announced services like Binge On which excepted certain video and music apps from your data cap.
This time, T-Mobile will give post-paid voice customers One share of T-Mobile stock that's valued around $40 these days.
Those customers also can earn up to 100 shares per year if they refer people to T-Mobile.
This isn't new stock that T-Mobile is issuing.
This is pre-existing stock.
Customers who want to get their piece of T-Mobile need to sign up to a brokerage called Loyal Three.
On top of that, free pizza!
T-Mobile will run a giveaway promotion through a new app called T-Mobile Tuesday.
Every Tuesday, T-Mobile customers will get free stuff, like a free medium Domino's pizza with two toppings, or a free movie rental from Vudu.
T-Mobil's working with a number of partners, including Lyft, Major League Baseball, and StubHub.
There will be bigger freebies as well, including a $10,000 shopping spree with Gilt.
On top of that, T-Mobil will give it's customers an hour free of wireless access on Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi.
T-Mobil is currently the third largest wireless carrier in the United States.
We'll see if this latest move will bring in a lot more customers.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar, and you can keep up with the hottest tech news at cnet.com/update.
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