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Not Everybody Got To Enjoy Free Pizza Yesterday

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Okay, we spoke too soon. As it turns out, not everyone was happy with the outcome of yesterday's T-Mobile Tuesdays freebies. There were in fact a number of mixed reactions from people after using the app. From T-Mobile's standpoint, it was a success because lots of people used the app. On the side of the users, however, a different story is told; especially with the fine print on the deals.

When T-Mobile announced that they were giving away free pizza from Dominos, it excited a lot of people. Unfortunately, what they meant was that the freebie was only limited to 100 pizzas per store. And in areas where there are a lot of T-Mo users, the limit was quickly reached. This became a problem because several didn't notice the fine print. They thought that Dominos was not taking their coupons.

Apart from the fine print, it was quite unfair of T-Mobile to tie up the deal with phone numbers. With what happened yesterday, there were some users under a family plan who were able to get 5 free pizzas. Sadly, this led to some users who were unable to enjoy their free pizza.

While these things are "pretty petty" for T-Mo subscribers to complain about (they're free after all), it still can be disappointing for users to expect that they were getting something for free and end up with nothing; especially those who've been waiting for a week. Hopefully, this experience will prompt T-Mo to be more cautious about how they're giving away the freebies under the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. At the same time, this will also encourage users to read the fine print whenever they're interested in a freebie from the app.


Update 6/15/16 5:30 PM:

John Legere announced that they will no longer be giving away free pizza because Dominos could not keep up. The T-Mo CEO promises they still have freebies from their other partners they coordinating with. More on this as soon as they officially announce it.

Source: PhoneArena

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  1. But still not bad event.

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  2. And now, Domino's seems to have T-Mobile. No more free pizzas.

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  3. Sadly, no more pizza as part of TMO Tuesday. John Legere (@JohnLegere) tweeted at 6:25 PM on Wed, Jun 15, 2016:
    5/ So much demand from our amazing customers for @dominos pizzas, they can’t keep up & we can’t thank you w/pizza next week.
    (https://twitter.com/JohnLegere/status/743207935342346241)

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    1. Sad for those who weren't able to get free pizza at all. Hopefully, T-Mo will give everyone equal opportunity to enjoy their freebies.

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  4. I'm sure some hoarders tried to flip pizzas.they ruin it for everybody else.

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    1. I'd blame T-Mobile for hoarders. Even the CEO admitted as much--it should have been one pizza per account, not one per line.

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  5. I think it was for the best. The last I knew of Domino's, they had a huge campaign advertising that their pizza was bad and they knew it.

    T-Mobile customers might have lucked out.

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    1. They did speed up delivery by pioneering technology to fax a pizza. Tastes about the same.

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  6. They should only offer freebies that can be redeemed online, like Vudu, Amazon or Youtube movies, or phone accessories from Amazon or Ebay.

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  7. Free pizza violates net neutrality.

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    1. I see what you did there, and I likes it.

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    2. Pizza does not, but T-Mobile's illegal activity of fining its customers for consuming video from most providers is.

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    3. Fining customers for consuming pizza from other companies you mean. Illegal as hell to have Dominos free but full price for Papa Johns or Pizza Hutt.

      I'm glad the FCC made them stop giving out illegal free pizza.

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  8. That makes me want some pizza but I'm happy to pay for it! I came to read about phone service news but now I'm ordering pizza!

    This is a pretty cool site by the way!

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  9. One down, two to go.

    Now watch freebie seekers put pressure on the remaining deals.

    RIP TmT

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  10. Very funny. This article and the comments!

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  11. T-Mobile and Legere were doing a social experiment on us. We just didn't know it. Wait, they're still doing it on us.

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    1. T-Mobile is the social experiment. It's stinks with it's combination of high prices with low service. $95 for (not even truly) unlimited data! Ridiculous.

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  12. The pizza it turns out is like T-Mobile service. You can only get toppings in a third of the nation.

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    1. More toppings in more places.

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  13. Don't forget to claim your free pizza and Lyft rides on your tax return.

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