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T-Mobile USA is giving customers a darn good thanking

T-Mobile may have been rated the last-placed of the big four networks in the United States in terms of performance, but it sure knows how to reward customers.

On Monday, the eccentric CEO John Legere announced (via PC Mag) a new series of perks that involve shares in the company, free pizza, gift cards, movie tickets and more.

The new T-Mobile Tuesday app will serve up a new perk every week. It’ll begin tomorrow with a free two-topping medium Domino’s Pizza, a small Frosty at Wendy’s, $5.50 to rent a Vudu movie and a free ticket to see Warcraft.

Next week user will get a free $15 ride with the Lyft app, while a $20 MLB gift card will follow in June 28. More gifts will follow every Tuesday, with companies like Samsung, StubHub and many more signing on.

As for the stock offer, well each customer will receive one stock worth $44 and will receive more when they entice new subscribers.

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I’m gonna thank you like you’ve never been thanked before,” Legere said in a statement right of the Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson playbook. “You deserve a good thanking.”

Beyond that, T-Mobile USA subscribers will also get an hour of free in-flight Wi-Fi through GoGo.

T-Mobile has provided a host of incentives to customers already this year by exempting a number of streaming services from data allowances.

Subscribers can watch Netflix through its Binge On initiative and listen to Spotify through Music Freedom without racking up giant data bills.

These perks have encouraged millions of new customers to join T-Mobile. Today’s announcement is focused on keeping them

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