Metro by T-Mobile lets you stay connected with Mexico and Latin American friends


Metro by T-Mobile is now making it easier for subscribers to connect with their loved ones in Mexico and Latin America. 

For a limited time period, you can get one line of unlimited nationwide 5G smartphone data, talk and text with calling and texting to Mexico and most Latin American countries for just $40/month with AutoPay enrollment. The offer is valid to customers who join the prepaid brand before October 15th. 

The plan includes unlimited calling from the US to Mexico, Brazil, Peru, and Columbia. It also comes with unlimited texting to Mexico and most Latin American countries. You also get up to 200 minutes of calling each month (varies by country) from the US to these countries:

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Chile
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras
  • Nicaragua
  • Panama
  • Paraguay
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Venezuela
  • Uruguay

You can still pair this offer with Metro by T-Mobile’s existing 5G smartphone promotion so you can get a free Samsung Galaxy A32 5G when you switch. You just need to present a valid ID and pay sales tax and that’s all. 

To learn more about this plan, visit this page.


Source: T-Mobile


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  • ZemoStyle

    Would be nice if they make it easier to switch phones….like other sim carriers

    • TheTruthIsOutThere

      All you have to do is take the SIM out of one phone and put it in another..

      I’ve been doing this on T-Mobile for over 20 years.
      (Yes, I was a T-Mobile customer before they became T-Mobile)

      • ZemoStyle

        Not possible on metro

      • ZemoStyle

        Edit: simply taking out the sim and inserting in another phone won’t work on metro

        • Augustine


  • steveb944

    200 minutes? I can’t believe it’s limited while I’m grandfathered on T-Mobile for international on all lines.

  • Cesar Israel Bustos

    The plan includes unlimited calling from the US to Mexico, Brazil, Peru, and Colombia
    There fixed it for you