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MetroPCS Brings Back 4 Smartphone Lines for $100 Promotion



T-Mobile's MetroPCS has revived the popular 4 lines for $100 Family Plan promotion that it ran last September through December.  The first line is $40 per month, two lines are $70 per month, three lines are $90 per month, and four lines are $100 per month. Plan prices include all taxes and fees.

Each phone gets the equivalent of MetroPCS' $40 plan which includes unlimited talk and messaging and 500 MB per phone of high speed data. Data is actually unlimited but is throttled to 128 Kbps after 500 MB.

As before the promotion is available at MetroPCS stores only, not online and applies to new lines of service only. You can buy new phones or use your own compatible phones (any T-Mobile phone and most unlocked GSM phones from other carriers).  Click here to find a MetroPCS store.


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  1. T-Mobile's $100 for 4 lines can absolutely beat any carriers if TM has good coverage in your area.

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    1. if TM has good coverage in your area....... Big IF

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    2. AT&T has a similar deal, but it cost $160 plus tax.

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  2. Yep only good in urban areas.

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    1. Anonymous FUD-ruckers can't read coverage maps, but you can:
      http://prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com/prepaid-coverage
      Wow, look at all those "urban areas" where 280M people live and can get T-Mobile coverage!

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    2. The maps can't be trusted. I had 1 bar at the excellent signal area of the map and no signal at the very strong signal area at Universal Studios of all places.

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  3. Well, Cricket has the same price as this from the beginning, even better than M-PCS. Cricket has all features as postpaid at&t including full call forwarding and 3-way calling, except roaming. Well, who need roaming in US? M-PCS cannot beat Cricket with these same price.

    *** I am now run on 2cent/min Lycamobile (old SIM), with 4 T-Mobile data Sim (free 200MB ea SIM, total 800MB per moth, enough for me) on dual-sim phone Asus Zenfone 5 (4G HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100, no LTE, so good for 1900Mhz on refarmed t-mobile, and perfect for at&t, this phone 4G not working on AWS 1700/2100, I live in Dallas and good with refarmed)

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    1. How did you manage to get 4 free 200MB data SIMs activated on a single device that's not even on T-Mobile's list of approved tablets?

      To get the free 200MB plan the SIM has to be in an approved tablet and only one SIM can be activated per tablet IMEI.

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    2. T-Mobile may have not been very strict on their 200MB free data plans. They allowed reactivation of one data SIM that I have not used for a year (the old number lost of course but nobody cares about data SIM phone numbers) with a T-Mobile hot-spot device, and they don't seem to bother when I move it to another USB modem or even another hone.

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    3. Hey, I've tried to take out my current free 200MB data SIM from ipad2, hook it to my phone and yes it works perfectly. And more, I put the not-activated SIM into my ipad2 again and activated it, went through without any problem, even with the same IMEI. Hola!

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  4. Better go with tmobile 4 lines $100 and each 2.5gb

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    1. Plus average 15% - 20% tax and fee. And this plan is only limited till 1/2016

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    2. T-Mobile gives you data roaming, international roaming and calling and other benefits like music streaming that you do not get with MetroPCS or Cricket.

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    3. The postpaid 4 lines for $100 plan, which includes 2.5GB of data per line, is an excellent deal. It's not directly comparable with the MetroPCS promotion because with taxes and fees it's significantly more expensive.

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  5. No roaming,throttled lte, no tethering. Not exactly post paid.

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    1. MetroPCS does give you free roaming.

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    2. That's correct, there's voice and text roaming. Also the first 500MB is unthrottled.

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    3. Roaming is only happen in areas where T-Mobile has signed contract with at&t. Roaming does not mean when you loose your signal, for instance T-Mobile, your phone will pick up signal from at&t.

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    4. "Roaming is only happen in areas where T-Mobile has signed contract with at&t."
      This is not correct. 1. T-Mobile also has roaming agreements with regional carriers. 2. If you are in an area that has T-Mobile coverage, but do not have a strong enough signal to make a call, you can still make an emergency call on AT&T or a regional carrier if they have coverage there too.

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  6. Does MetroPCS throttle LTE?

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    1. MetroPCS plans include unlimited data but only a limited amount of high speed, unthrottled data. The 4 lines for $100 promotion includes 500MB of unthrottled data which depending on location and device may be 2G, 3G, 4G HSPA+ or 4G LTE. When 500MB of data, regardless of speed, has been used, all data for the rest of the plan month including LTE, is throttled to 128 Kbps or less.

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  7. I switch to T-Mobile because it was suppose to be better since they owned Metro, same crappy signal and slow internet , I pay for 4g and most of the time runs on "H" ...( wich is = to 1G)....and the Metro pcs rep guy I spoke to believes "H" is for "high definition" and that is higher than 4g ??? lol....pls pls pls. train your people right !!!

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