Last week John Legere unveiled Uncarrier 11, the one where T-Mobile resorts to outright bribes (excuse me, giveaways) to buy customer loyalty. Is this something to be upset over? Not really. Free stuff is free stuff.
Except for many T-Mobile customers, the promised free pizza was not available.
— John Legere (@JohnLegere) June 15, 2016
Let's rewind. The new T-Mobile Tuesdays app offers weekly freebies. Think a Frosty from Wendy's, a movie rental from VUDU, and a pizza from Domino's. It's available to pre and postpaid customers alike.
Yesterday many people attempted to use the provided Domino's code only to discover that it was not valid. You can see them complaining across Twitter, since that's what Twitter's for. Their local store had already reached the maximum number of redemptions.
@TMobile I just want to redeem my free pizza but no dominos will accept the coupon from the Tuesday app :-(
— dorito gremlin (@capymara) June 15, 2016
To make matters worse, a single family plan can use codes for each line. In densely-populated areas, competition may already be fierce at your local chain. This doesn't help the situation.
— Madison (@_dazedreamer_) June 15, 2016
But hey, it's not like you lost any money, right? Better luck next week.