T-Mobile

Click a few buttons to remind your carrier why you left

Android Central @ CES

T-Mobile thinks it has made some big moves towards bringing more customers to its network. The only thing left to do, according to the Uncarrier, is send your current carrier a break up letter. With a small Facebook page — found at the link below — you can click a few buttons to make a form letter explaining to AT&T, Verizon, Sprint or another carrier why you're done putting up with their policies.

You'll explain why you're leaving, why the carrier's views don't match up with your own and finally sign the letter with "your happy ex," and your name. If you're so inclined, you can even follow it up with a link directly to the letter that you can send the carrier, or just share directly to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ — you can even download the letter and mail it in if you want to go all-out.

It's a neat bit of viral marketing from T-Mobile, and we bet there are more than a few people who plan to send these in when they switch carriers.

Source: T-Mobile (Facebook)

T-Mobile breakup letter