MetroPCS deal offers 4 lines of unlimited LTE data for $100

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MetroPCS has some deals to tempt people to switch.

MetroPCS is now offering four lines on an unlimited LTE plan for $100 per month. In order to get this deal, you’ll need to visit a MetroPCS store and port in at least one phone number from another carrier. This line must remain active or all lines on the account will lose the promo price.

With this deal, you can get four lines for $100 per month with taxes and fees included. If you don’t need four lines, you can get two lines for $80 per month or three lines for $90 per month. Each line gets unlimited talk, text, and LTE data. Video streams at 480p with this plan and there is no tethering included.

Also of note is that MetroPCS is offering free smartphones to customers who switch from another carrier and get an unlimited LTE plan. The selection of free phones includes devices like the LG Aristo 2, Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime, LG Aristo, ZTE Avid 4, and Moto E4.

Via: Reddit
Sources: MetroPCS (1), (2)

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  • Luis Hotdaddy Vasquez

    Wonder why T-Mobile gives better promotions to MetroPCS customers than those who deal directly with their brand name?! Doesn’t make any freaking sense to me…

    • Trevor Ketch

      “MetroPCS customers’ data is prioritized below data of T-Mobile-branded customers at times and locations where competing network demands occur.”

      • Luis Hotdaddy Vasquez

        Yes, but still, they get better pricing than T-Mobile customers. Since when a brand targeted to those who don’t live legally in here get more preferences than those who go thru a credit check!?!

        • IceHawk

          Luis you are an idiot. What’s stopping you from going to MetroPCS?

        • riverhorse

          It’s an ethnic thing. Puerto Ricans are jealous how most Hispanic immigrants are better off, speak better Spanish, etc., so they don’t waste any chance to put them down for not having automatic citizenship like them.

        • Sayahh

          Puerto Ricans don’t speak better Spanish than other Hispanics? If so, what’s the reason for that?

        • dcmanryan

          Same can be said with Cricket and AT&T, Xfinity Mobile and Verizon, nothing new here. I do agree though that they’re under cutting themselves with this deal. I’m half tempted to switch.

    • Sayahh

      Because no roaming on MetroPCS?

      Also, MetroPCS bought T-Mobile, not the other way around.

      • souggie

        This is false.

        • Sayahh

          Which part? (First part was a question, btw.)

        • Acdc1a

          It was a reverse merger so you’re technically correct, but DT remained the majority shareholder so in that sense you’re incorrect.

      • Pak T

        “Also, MetroPCS bought T-Mobile, not the other way around.”

        Are you making a joke or do you really believe that?

      • Derek

        Metro is owned by T-Mobile and uses all of T-Mobiles network including roaming. It’s basically T-Mobile Prepaid. I have Metro and have never noticed any deprioritization (honestly, I think it’s a load of marketing to get people to pay more for their t-mobile brand.) I honestly searched the internet up and down trying to find a logical reason for paying more for T-Mobiles branding over Metro and could not find one legit reason.

        • Sayahh

          Free to use any SIM in any phone?

          T-Mobile Tuesdays? Lmao

        • Trevnerdio

          If you work out the monthly savings of T-Mobile Tuesdays, it usually isn’t enough to justify spending more on T-Mobile, sadly.

        • Sayahh

          I was joking about the T-Mobile Tuesday part, unless you got those two free lines.

        • Derek

          It literally takes a 30 second phone call to swap a sim. Are you really that lazy? Image what CDMA customers have to go through. Tmo tuesdays and netflix are just “value added” stuff that you are literally paying the difference for whether you use them or not.

      • NapoPeb

        MetroPCS did _NOT_ buy T-Mobile USA. That is absolute and utter nonsense.

        • Sayahh

          Lol

    • Andrew Singleton

      Porsche vs. Audi vs. Volkswagen

  • Trevor Ketch

    Able to bring own phone over?

  • Sharti24

    Isn’t this old news? They offered this same deal last year

    • riverhorse

      Ya,… not interested. A single full-price unlimited line is much more valuable with Hotspot n full HD streaming.

      Metro needs to try something different… as in more different phones, even if only the lesser known Chinese brands.

      • Sharti24

        Pretty sure they dont offer an HD streaming option. Even with the $60 plan its still 480p, It just includes tethering

        • NapoPeb

          Yes, they do. It’s a $10 add on option.

  • Acdc1a

    If you never tether or travel internationally this is a good deal. I unfortunately do both.

  • adampk17

    I presume that the “other” carrier in this deal can’t be T-Mobile, right?

    • Andrew Singleton

      safe assumption.

  • Sharti24
  • jim worrall

    I would love to port to Metro but Boost gives me 5 unlimited lines for $100 and free hot-spot.