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Buy One MetroPCS Phone Get One Free

T-Mobile's MetroPCS is running a "Buy One Get One" promotion now through April 5 at MetroPCS stores and authorized dealers (but not online). When you buy and activate any MetroPCS smartphone on a new or current line of service you can get a second smartphone for free if you activate a new line of service on the free device. The free phone must be of equal or lesser value that the paid for phone

You can choose any of the following phones as your free phone provided they are in stock at your local store:

I'd call this just an OK deal. Most of the free phones are only $29 after mail in rebate when you buy them online at MetroPCS.com. Plus most MetroPCS stores charge a $15 activation fee per phone wiping out the $29 you save on the "free" phone. Still, if you need two phones there's something to be said for the convenience of getting everything all set up in a store vs online.

Source: T-Mobile

Related: Prepaid Operator Profile: MetroPCS

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  1. Out of all these phones only the Galaxy Light has LTE but at only 4 inches its display is on the small side. The LG L70 is a decent phone but it lacks LTE. All the other phones are junk.

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  2. Totally not worth it, especially considering you can bring your existing higher-end unlocked GSM phone over.

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  3. I find the Hydro to be better then the L70 due to more internal memory, but to me this is just Metro cleaning out stock. We are in March, and they have not released a single new phone this year so far.

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    1. My thoughts are the same. Metro is trying to get rid of the old stuff. Should be interesting to see what comes out in April.

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    2. You could get two Hydro's for:

      $30 (1st phone - I assume the rebate is still applied?)
      $30 (two $15 'service fees' - I hate that this isn't mentioned on the website anywhere)
      + $80 (2 months of service - one per phone)
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      $140 total

      $70 per phone. I have seen unlocks advertised for $18.50 per phone (yes - a MetroPCS Kyocera HYDRO unlock!). So per unlocked phone it would cost about $90. Plus this would include 1 month of service on each phone.

      Not too bad for a non-LTE Android 4.3 phone with 1.5GB RAM, 8GB flash, and a 4.5 inch screen.

      Not a door-buster, but not too bad.

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  4. I'd like to see Metro get an LTE tablet.

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    1. Why? Just go to harbor mobile it's cheaper 5 GB for 15 bucks.

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  5. Metro is mainly for customers who can not afford a phone bill. Like Vetizon, AT&T etc. So I give them credit where credit is due, everyone can't afford a high price phone.

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    1. I can well afford a bill and did for 15 years with Verizon, the most expensive in my experience and I've used all in the USA. I moved my business, after research and testing to be sure, due to their model for future technology that is similar to Nextel in the 1990's. Exposure in large markets to create revenue then invest in newer technology, like T-Mobile has seen, and finally grow into T-Mobile or sprint. T-Mobile saw this at the same time I did and bought metro...lol. Verizon and the like used to " nickel and dime" every contract with their customer on usage but give away data compareitively. Now look at their product. I use 25 gig at least every month without throttling plus I know exactly what the bill is every month. Win win for me and metro. Loose loose for bad business models and their greedy fingers. (And yes I've had my $500 phone bills which were paid every month.)

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    2. I see both sides but industry has changed dramatically where prepaid is as good or even better than postpaid given people like freedompop, ringplus (perfect for kids) and google hangouts / voice with unlimited texting.

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  6. so if my sister get the alactel fierce one touch 2 and pay for it and avtivate it.i can get the lg g stylo for free?

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    1. No, the G Stylo is not one of the phones that's eligible as a free phone under the buy one, get one free offer, You could buy a Stylo and get a free Fierce 2 though.

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    2. No, the G Stylo is not one of the phones that was eligible as a free phone under the buy one, get one free offer which ended April 5, See current MetroPCS deals.

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  7. "Metro is mainly for customers who can not afford a phone bill. Like Vetizon, AT&T etc. So I give them credit where credit is due, everyone can't afford a high price phone. "

    Yes. it is for those who are willing to put up with a lousy network in order to save money. Again, if Verizon lowered their prices to be what MetroPCS has now. MetroPCS would quickly lose all of their customers other than a few old ladies who pay stuff month to month and never change, and a tiny number of people in areas with T-Mobile coverage but not Verizon (which is probably the total of the area of Rhode Island).

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