T-Mobile’s Michigan-Indiana Region is sponsoring and exhibiting at this weekend’s 16th Annual Arab International Festival in Dearborn.
Visit the T-Mobile booth to learn all about what the company calls “America’s Largest 4G Network,” new smartphone devices, accessories and bundle savings.
As announced on June 14, in honor of Father’s Day this weekend, T-Mobile USA Inc. is celebrating nationally, with an offer of free data for a year. Customers sign up on Saturday, June 18 for a new qualifying talk, text and data plan.
The Father’s Day free data offer is available to new customers and existing customers with 18 or more months of contract tenure who purchase a qualifying unlimited talk, text and data plan, including 200 MB of high-speed data, on a two-year contract. These customers will enjoy $10 in monthly bill credits for a year — equal to the price of the 200 MB data plan — for a total savings of $120.
Alternatively, customers can choose from T-Mobile’s other unlimited talk, text and data plans, including the 2 GB, 5 GB or 10 GB high-speed data plans — all featuring no overage fees — and receive the $10 credit on their monthly bill for 12 months. In addition, customers who activate a qualifying mobile broadband plan on a two-year contract can also receive a $10 credit on their monthly bill for 12 months.
The Father’s Day promotion is available nationwide on June 18 at participating T-Mobile retail stores, national retail operators and online. More information about the offer is available at T-Mobile’s deals site and information about T-Mobile’s new unlimited plans is available at T-Mobile.com.
Brigette Jackson, vice president and general manager of T-Mobile’s Michigan-Indiana region, will be participating in the festival’s opening ceremony ribbon cutting with the Arab American Chamber of Commerce.
The festival is a free, family-centered cultural celebration that draws more than 300,000 attendees not only from Michigan, but from all over the nation and world. The festival features live local and international music acts, carnival rides, a fun-filled children’s tent, a grand artisan tent, coffee cup readings, henna, arts and crafts, Arab merchandise, and International food booths
The festival runs from 4 to 10 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. The festival site is along Warren Avenue between Schaefer and Wyoming avenues in Dearborn. The T-Mobile booth is on Warren Avenue near Millet Street.