Metro by T-Mobile deal offers iPhone 7 and unlimited LTE plan for less than $100


Valentine’s Day is often thought of as a holiday for couples, but Metro by T-Mobile is launching a holiday special that it says is aimed at the single people out there.

Starting tomorrow, February 6th, Metro By T-Mobile is offering a 32GB iPhone 7 for $49.99 and a single line of unlimited LTE data for $40 per month when you switch to Metro.

The fine print of this deal states that “switchers” excludes phone numbers currently on T-Mobile and ones that’ve been active on Metro by T-Mobile within the past 90 days.

Normally the iPhone 7 is priced at $99.99 for switchers while Metro’s normal $40 rate plan offers 10GB of high-speed data, not unlimited. So this is a nice deal if you’ve been thinking about switching to T-Mobile’s prepaid brand from your existing carrier.

Also rolling out tomorrow is a deal for pairs. The aforementioned iPhone 7 deal will be available in Buy One, Get One form, meaning that when you switch to Metro and buy an iPhone 7 for $49.99, you can get a second iPhone 7 for free when you add a second line.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • riverhorse

    If i were a beetch man,
    Daidle deedle daidle,
    Daidle daidle deedle daidle dumb,

    Then I’d be, perfect size for all-
    these tiny iPhone sevens…
    All day long I’d biddy-biddy-bum,
    and strap them on my wrist,
    just like my mother’s wristwatch….

    If i were a biddy-biddy beetch,
    Daidle deedle daidle daidle man…

  • Willie D

    You know cause everyone wants a 4 generation old iPhone in 2020…

    • riverhorse

      It is a cheap way to get Apple Pay etc.
      But that earlier standard small size is the worst killer.
      Personally, I’m getting annoyed reading and working on small screens- even @ something super convenient like an LTE tablet. Too much scrolling is required -even sideways- for docs too, not just websites.
      Ditto for today’s small laptops.

    • UniBroW

      At least it has the latest version of iOS, likely will for the foreseeable future and runs like a champ, some of the latest Android phone STILL come with the prior version of Android.