Tag Archives: PrePaid

MetroPCS intros $30 unlimited talk, text and data prepaid plan

Today, MetroPCS – T-Mobile’s primary prepaid brand – announced a brand new promotional plan for customers who walk in to its stores. For $30 per month (including taxes/fees) subscribers can walk out with unlimited talk, text and data with 1GB 4G data. This is an in-store exclusive which means, sadly, you can’t grab it online. You have to go to a brick-and-mortar MetroPCS branded store to get it. And you’ll need a compatible … [read full article]

MetroPCS launches new $50 unlimited 4G LTE plan

MetroPCS this morning announced that it’s launching the “undisputed best Unlimited LTE data plan” in the prepaid industry. For a limited time, customers can sign up and get unlimited LTE data for $50 per month. And if you sign up by April 5th, there’s no “pre-planned end date”, so you keep it. As well as kicking off these new unlimited plans, MetroPCS is offering a discount on a couple of budget smartphones. Customers … [read full article]

T-Mobile announces new Simply Prepaid plans: Unlimited talk and text, plus up to 5GB 4G LTE data

T-Mobile, this morning, announced a new set of prepaid plans. Dubbed Simply Prepaid, the plans start at $40 per month and are similar to Simple Choice post-paid plans, in that they all offer unlimited data, talk and text, with a set allowance – up to 5GB – of 4G LTE data. The aim: To cement its position as the No.1 prepaid carrier. There are three Simply Prepaid plans, outlined below: $40 per month … [read full article]

Cricket Wireless tempting customers to leave T-Mo, Sprint, MetroPCS and others with $100 credit

Right at the outset of this year, T-Mobile unleashed a revolutionary Uncarrier phase. Dubbed Uncarrier 4.0, they promised to pay off your early termination fee and give you money for your old phone if you joined Team Magenta. It wasn’t a short term promo. It’s an Uncarrier move which – by its very nature – is one released to change the industry. One that’s here to stay. Since then – and even before … [read full article]

Cricket Wireless wants T-Mo and MetroPCS customers to switch, offering $100 to do so

Ever since T-Mobile started offering customers a way out of their contracts with other carriers, competing network operators have been copying the move in short-term promotional offers. AT&T targeted Tmo customers specifically right before the UNcarrier 4.0 announcement, and Sprint also did something similar back in April. Now Cricket’s joining in on the act. … [read full article]

T-Mobile introduces new value Pay-as-you-go plans, $0.10 per text/min flat rate

On August 17th, T-Mobile will be launching a brand new Pay-as-You-Go plan, making it simple and more affordable and – in the process – the lowest offer amongst the major nationwide carries . Under the new plan, texts and calls cost a simple flat rate amount. Each text will cost $0.10, as will each minute during any phone call you place. There’s a monthly minimum of $3, which will give customers 30 minutes of talk, or … [read full article]

Rumor: Apple partnering with T-Mobile and AT&T on big prepaid push

A new report today claims that Apple is about to go on a big prepaid push, and is partnering with T-Mo and AT&T to do so. 9to5Mac reports that the Cupertino-based company is keen to boost iPhone sales by bolstering its purchase options. Customers will be able to buy an iPhone at full-price, and then connect the phone to a prepaid or monthly rolling plan, and do all of that from the Apple … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s upcoming MVNO, Univision Mobile to offer unlimited international texts and calls to Latin America

Yesterday we revealed plans that T-Mobile is planning on launching a brand new prepaid MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) as soon as next week. This new prepaid carrier will work exclusively on T-Mobile’s service and is being aimed directly at the Hispanic market. Univision – of course – is already a very well-known brand among the Hispanic community, and one which T-Mobile can leverage … [read full article]

T-Mobile prepaid carrier, GoSmart to offer free Facebook access

According to a report over at Reuters, GoSmart, one of T-Mobile’s prepaid MVNOs is set to offer its subscribers free access to Facebook regardless of whether or not they’re subscribed to an internet plan. Obviously the idea here is to attract more customers, and by offering access to the world’s most-used social network, it’ll surely be an attractive offer for the young, connected consumers. Customers on the $25 per month talk only plan … [read full article]