You've probably seen T-Mobile heavily promoting its Binge On service. Binge On lets T-Mobile customers stream video from Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Showtime, Sling TV, Starz and WatchESPN without using monthly data. Considering you can blow through a one gigabyte data plan with a single hour of online video, this is potentially a huge savings.
The only catch is that the video streams at "DVD" quality instead of HD, but that's not really a deal breaker. However, T-Mobile feels that people might want even more incentive to switch, so it's taking the deal a step further.
If you're an existing Verizon customer and you switch to T-Mobile between now and Thursday, December 17, T-Mobile will give you a $100 credit to Hulu. That's enough for a year of paid limited-commercial Hulu, or around 8 months of the no-commercial plan. You have until January 31, 2016 to start using it.
Verizon customers can also get half off accessories like smartwatches, speakers, headphones and fitness trackers. However, you will need to sign up for monthly financing on these items.