Tag Archives: MetroPCS

Samsung Galaxy Tab E, Galaxy On5 launching at T-Mobile later this month

Two new Samsung devices will be hitting T-Mobile shelves later this month. First up, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E will expand T-Mo’s tablet selection. It’ll be available starting June 22 for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $10 each, or $239.99 full retail. The Tab E’s specs include an 8-inch 1280×800 display, 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, 1.5GB of RAM, Samsung Exynos 3475 processor, 16GB of storage, a microSD slot, and a 5000mAh battery. … [read full article]

LG Stylo 2 Plus coming to MetroPCS, get a free folio case for pre-registering

One year after MetroPCS launched the LG G Stylo, it’s been revealed that the phablet’s successor is making its way to Metro, too. MetroPCS has revealed that it will launch the LG Stylo 2 Plus, and if you pre-register between June 10 and June 26 and then buy your Stylo 2 Plus before July 31, you’ll get a free folio case for your new phone. Metro’s promo image shows that this folio case exposes … [read full article]

Coolpad Catalyst launching at T-Mobile and MetroPCS

After leaking out last month, the Coolpad Catalyst has been made officially official. The Catalyst will be available in T-Mobile stores on June 7, followed by a launch on MetroPCS on July 11. T-Mobile’s pricing will be set at $99.99. As you might expect with such a low price, the Coolpad Catalyst’s spec list is fairly entry-level. Included is a 5-inch 854×480 display, 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, a quad-core Snapdragon 210 processor, 1GB of … [read full article]

New MetroPCS promo offers two unlimited lines with 6GB of high-speed data for $60 per month

MetroPCS is kicking off the week with a family plan deal. Starting today, April 25, MetroPCS is offering two lines with unlimited talk, text, and data as well as 6GB of high-speed data for $60 per month. If you need more lines, you can add more at a price of $30 per line, up to a max of five lines. One detail that’s worth noting is that in order to get the 6GB of high-speed data … [read full article]

MetroPCS store robbed in Pasadena, 90 smartphones stolen

A couple of weeks after a T-Mobile authorized retailer was targeted by cellphone thieves, a MetroPCS store has been robbed. A MetroPCS shop in Pasadena, Calif., was burglarized this past weekend, with security footage showing three thieves breaking into the store Sunday morning. The robbers ended up taking 90 smartphones from the store and smashing the shop’s glass front door. The burglars were clad in … [read full article]

MetroPCS goes after Sprint with ‘The Biggest Offer in Sprint’s History’

Sprint is currently offering what it calls the “biggest wireless offer in US history,” saying that it’ll cut switchers rate plans in half. Well now MetroPCS has gone ahead and responded to Sprint’s promo with what it’s calling “The Biggest Offer in Sprint’s History.” With this new promo, Sprint switchers can get up to 50 percent off the price of Sprint’s Family Share Pack plan. … [read full article]

MetroPCS launching North America Unlimited, its version of Mobile Without Borders

T-Mobile has been showing a lot of love to its customers lately with gifts like three months of unlimited LTE data and $100 off Samsung’s 2015 flagship phones. Today, though, it’s the MetroPCS crowd that’s getting some attention. Starting today, MetroPCS customers can get North America Unlimited, a feature that’ll give customers unlimited mobile … [read full article]

MetroPCS getting its own versions of Music Freedom and Binge On

Hot on the heels of T-Mobile’s Binge On announcement, T-Mo is showing some love to its MetroPCS customers. MetroPCS is adding Music Unlimited and Data Maximizer features starting November 19. Think of these like the Metro equivalents of Music Freedom and Binge On, with the former letting you stream music without tapping into your monthly data allotment, and the latter optimizing video … [read full article]

MetroPCS customer info made vulnerable to hackers by website security flaw

At the start of October, it was announced that Experian had suffered a data breach that exposed the personal data of 15 million people who had applied for T-Mobile service. Now it’s been revealed that T-Mobile prepaid brand MetroPCS was recently involved in a security issue of its own. Two security researchers recently discovered a bug with the payment page on MetroPCS’s website that could … [read full article]