Sprint customers can access T-Mobile Tuesdays offers starting next week

T-Mobile is continuing to bring Sprint into the fold following the approval of its merger earlier this year. Today, the carrier announced that Sprint customers will be able to access T-Mobile Tuesdays offers starting next week, on June 23.

For those unfamiliar, T-Mobile Tuesdays is touted as a "thank you" to its customers, rewarding them with weekly offers on food and the occasional giveaway. The program has included partnerships with Burger King, Baskin-Robbins, and more. Now, those offers will also be available to Sprint customers in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, which is available on Android and iOS.

Additionally, there will be some prizes available through T-Mobile Tuesdays during this summer. Next Tuesday, June 23, 20 customers will get a Samsung Galaxy A71 5G through a sweepstake, with similar offers coming throughout the summer. T-Mobile is even touting a Tesla Model 3 as one of the possible prizes. Other offers will include three months of Postmates Unlimited, a six-month MyTelemedicine membership that includes access to remote doctor appointments and discounts on certain services, bigger discounts on fuel from Shell, and T-Mobile swag.

Since the merger of the two carriers was approved, T-Mobile has already made a few strides towards completing the merger. It began deploying the 2.5GHz 5G network in Philadelphia on the same day as the merger was announced, based on Sprint's 5G spectrum, and it has already been announced that Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S20 phones will be able to connect to T-Mobile's low-band 5G. Some consequences of the merger aren't as positive, with some workers being laid off recently, but the companies did promise to create more jobs over the next five years, and that was one of the conditions for the merger to be approved.

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