MetroPCS kicks off free phone offer and bonus data for $50 plan

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After launching the new all-in T-Mobile One plan and KickBack, T-Mo today revealed some offers for MetroPCS customers.

First up, MetroPCS is now offering free phones to new and existing customers. New customers to Metro or existing customers that want to upgrade their phone or add a new line to their plan can get one of these phones for free:

  • Samsung Galaxy On5
  • Samsung Galaxy Core Prime
  • LG Aristo
  • LG K7
  • LG 450
  • ZTE Avid Trio
  • ZTE Avid Plus
  • ZTE Cymbal
  • Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL
  • Alcatel Fierce 4
  • Alcatel Tru
  • Coolpad Catalyst

Customers that port their number from another carrier to MetroPCS can choose one of the devices listed above or one of these three:

  • LG K10
  • HTC Desire 530
  • ZTE Zmax Pro

Also launching today at MetroPCS is a bonus data offer. Metro’s $50 plan normally includes 5GB of 4G LTE data, but for a limited time, it’ll be bumped up to 8GB of LTE data each month.

Pricing for this plan starts at $50 per month for a single line and $30 for each additional line. You can add up to four more lines.

Source: T-Mobile, MetroPCS (1), (2)

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  • AA-Ron

    No thanks

    • riverhorse

      Amen.

  • Dan

    Good deal for poor people

    • WittyPixel

      Lol good deal for anyone. people paying for AT&T and Verizon’s “wider reach” are stuck in the past and don’t realize that’s not longer the case.

      • Richard N

        True that!

  • Richard N

    Going to be making the switch soon! Saving some cash always sounds good to me. Hopefully the coverage will be exactly like T-Mobile.

    • ThatsMrtoyou

      Of course it would be the exact same coverage. Only data priority is 1 tier down.

      T-Mobile owns 100% of metro Pcs

      • Richard N

        Thanks for clearing that up!

  • TruAnRksT

    If I get this free phone can I swap the simm card from my iPhone and continue to use AT&T?

  • George Jacobs

    when you get the free phone do you have to pay up front for the 50$ plan or is it charged on your following month of service?