T-Mobile US’s prepaid brand MetroPCS has announced Black Friday deals for 2015. The carrier’s offering ‘Buy One Get One’ smartphone deal again with new set of smartphones that customers will get for free with a purchase of a new phone. And just like last year, this year’s MetroPCS Black Friday ‘Buy One Get One’ deal starts on November 19 and lasts through the end of this month, November 30, 2015. Read more
MetroPCS Announces Video Streaming At 480p, Free Unlimited Music Streaming And More Data On $40 And $50 Plans For November 19
It wasn’t long before we found out the exact date on which new MetroPCS features that leaked couple of days ago, including music and video streaming at 480p, will be added to its plans. MetroPCS announces video streaming at DVD quality, free Unlimited Music Streaming and 1GB of extra data on $40 and $50 plans on its website for this Thursday, November 19, 2015. The carriers also increases amount of data used for hotspot on the $60 unlimited plans to 8GB and discontinue $5 hotspot add-on. Read more
Now Official: Leaked Images Reveal Compressed MetroPCS Video Streaming, Free Music Streaming And 1GB Of Extra Data on $40 And $50 Plans
UPDATE: MetroPCS today announced on its website that all the features mentioned below will start being available this Thursday, November 19, 2015. New MetroPCS features include: Data Maximizer on all plans; free unlimited music streaming on plans $40 and up; data increase on $40 and $50 plans from 2GB and 4GB to 3GB and 5GB, respectively and increased amount of hotspot data allotment to 8GB on $60 unlimited plan. Also, the $5 hotspot add-on is discontinued.
ORIGINAL: Looks like T-Mobile makes sure that all of its prepaid customers get access to all services available. After T-Mobile’s introduction of Binge On, free video streaming service that it plans to provide for its prepaid Simple Choice plans as well, the leaked images on Howard Forums reveal that compressed MetroPCS video streaming is coming too. The images also reveal that the carrier will include music streaming that doesn’t count towards user’s high speed data allotment and that high speed data on $40 and $50 unlimited plans will go up from 2GB and 4GB to 3GB and 5GB, respectively. Read more
UPDATE, November 3, 2015: MetroPCS Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL is now available on carrier’s website for $69 after mail-in rebate. The original phone’s price is $139. Customers can also get it in stores for $70 after instant rebate, for a limited time. In the original article below, some more specs are added while monthly plans that the phone is working with include $30 promo plan and don’t include $60 unlimited plan. Read more
T-Mobile US owned MetroPCS and TracFone’s Straight Talk have both added the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime to their prepaid phone lineups. We are already familiar with this smartphone as many prepaid carriers have been offering it for some time now. T-Mobile, a parent company of MetroPCS, is selling it since August this year while AT&T’s Cricket Wireless has added it much earlier, in April 2015. Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is available for $199.99 at the carrier’s website and Walmart while MetroPCS’s version can be purchased online for $129.00 after $40 mail-in rebate or in store after instant discount. The phone’s regular price is $ 169.00 and the offer is available for a limited time. Read more
T-Mobile US owned MetroPCS has added ZTE Obsidian to its prepaid lineup. The Obsidian is a mid-range 4G LTE smartphone that runs Android 5.1 operating system. MetroPCS ZTE Obsidian launches for $109 but customers can get it for $19 for a limited time at stores after mail-in rebate. Read more
Update: The offer is no longer available.
Original: T-Mobile US owned MetroPCS has introduced new promotion to its customers. MetroPCS Buy One, Get One Half Off promotion gives customers opportunity to purchase a new LG Leon LTE smartphone and get another one for half a price. The offer is good through November 19, 2015 in stores only. The regular cost of the LG Leon is $99 but online, it’s available for $29 after mail-in rebate. Read more