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MetroPCS $30/month Plan Now Includes 2GB of Data, $50/month for Two Lines

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MetroPCS, a T-Mobile owned prepaid brand, has announced that it will be increasing the data allotted on its $30 phone plan. Prior to today's announcement, customers under the plan received 1GB of 4G LTE speed along with the unlimited talk and text included in their plan. With today's announcement, the data allotment has doubled and is now available at 2GB of data.

Apart from doubling the data, MetroPCS has started to offer a group discount on the $30 plan. Instead of paying $60 per month for two lines, the group discount gives customers a chance to save $10 per month. This means that the plan allows two users to enjoy unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of data per line for only $50 per month.

With today's changes, MetroPCS' prepaid plan offering now ranges with the following options:


  • MetroPCS $30 per month - comes unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of high speed data
  • MetroPCS $40 per month - comes unlimited talk, text, and  3GB of high speed data
  • MetroPCS $50 per month - comes unlimited talk, text, and unlimited high speed data up to 30GB of data before speed is throttled (does not include mobile hotspot)
  • MetroPCS Unlimited $60 per month - comes unlimited talk, text, and unlimited high speed data up to 30GB of data before speed is throttled 

Music Unlimited is a feature included in MetroPCS plans priced at $40 and up, which lets the user  enjoy over 40 music streaming services without counting against the allotted monthly data. Data Maximizer is also included to help reduce video streaming to 480p DVD quality so that data lasts longer. 

Apart from the $50 per month plan, the plans include mobile hotspot. 


Source: BestMVNO


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  1. Metro forgot to bump their $40 plan up to 5GB.

    Their unlimited plans don't even advertise the throttling that occurs after 30GB, which used to be a fine-able offense for misleading consumers.

    Honestly, I'd just go with Mintsim 10GB/$33 plan instead.

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  2. Thank you! This article is very informative & useful. MetroPCS prices have become very competitive since I had last looked at them.

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  3. Hi Christine. The speeds of the unlimited data plans are not throttled. They are deprioritized which means that only in times of congestion could you experience some slowness.

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  4. Does Metropcs allow roaming on ATT?

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  5. Does the $30 plan include "2g" slow (128k ?) data after 2GB is used up?

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  6. Are you sure the unlimited plans are actually throttled after 30 GB or are they just simply deprioritized and only slowed in times of congestion?

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  7. Nice. Considering a switch from cricket to the 2/50 deal. Of course, att coverage is better, but t mo is expanding theirs.

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  8. Nice. Considering a switch from cricket to the 2/50 deal. Of course, att coverage is better, but t mo is expanding theirs.

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  9. Will be interesting to see if Cricket matches the 2gb on their $30 plan.

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  10. Music is not listed on the website for the $30 plan.

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  11. So their 40 dollar plan is meaningless. Becoz if u Pay 10 dollar more u just get 1 Gb data.

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    1. And unlimited music, bocoz

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  12. Are they still giving away free phones for new customers?

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  13. ask about the family plan 2 lines unlimited talk text and 6gb data per phone

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  14. One thing I won't do again is let their prices suck me into their game plan.. After being with ATnT for years I switched to Metro 2 months ago because of their cheaper rate..I didn't even use:it 10 days and I switched it back to ATT( Cricket'this time) With Metro my signal was non existent..in Wisconsin anyway where I live..Am happy to be back in the land of a working signal..

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    1. Lol Wisconsin.

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    2. I think John Legere once was pulled over by a surly State Trooper in Wisconsin. What else can explain the ongoing T-Mobile coverage problems there.

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    3. Even the mighty Verizon native network has holes in WI and needs to roam on their "extended network" in some places. Verizon prepaid & native only MVNOs have no signal but postpaid Verizon will. boom! Mobile includes the Verizon extended network for voice text & data, some MVMOs like page plus will force you to dial twice to acknowledge roaming and the extra .25/min. charges, most just leave you with 0 signal.

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    4. Even the mighty Verizon native network has holes in WI and needs to roam on their "extended network" in some places. Verizon prepaid & native only MVNOs have no signal but postpaid Verizon will. boom! Mobile includes the Verizon extended network for voice text & data, some MVMOs like page plus will force you to dial twice to acknowledge roaming and the extra .25/min. charges, most just leave you with 0 signal.

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  15. So all the plans have mobile hotspot except the $50 plan?

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    1. Yes, that is correct.

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  16. Nice. Considering a switch from cricket to the 2/50 deal. Of course, att coverage is better, but t mo is expanding theirs.

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  17. Don't leave cricket so fast. Wait for a response

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  18. Leave AT&T network for T-Mobile network to pay a few dollars less?...LOL.

    And, yes, the State Troopers in Wisconsin are mean as the badgers the state claims as it's mascot. I have personal experience with this.

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    1. "And, yes, the State Troopers in Wisconsin are mean as the badgers the state claims as it's mascot. I have personal experience with this."

      Be careful, or you just might get a long sentence doing hard labor in a cheese mine east of Tomah.

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  19. LOL Wisconsin law enforcement is so bad that many feel that they chase revenue from the state. So in order to call for help when they pull you over folks would highly suggest sticking with Verizon or ATT... ;)

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  20. In my experience ATT works as good or even better than Verizon in Wisconsin.But there are some no service areas along Hey 10 which runs east and west across state.Also near Lacrosse ATT is not good. In those 2 areas Verizon is much better.There are a lot of holes in either network near the Southwest part of the state.And if you have TMobile...You better be on a bigger city or be on wifi.Which is Tmobiles only saving perk..But still an insult in general to a paying customer in Wi.as far as overall service signal.

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  21. There is an error in this article, the below feature is NOT available on the $30 plan:
    'Music Unlimited is a feature included in all of the plans, which enable the user to enjoy over 40 music streaming services without counting against the allotted monthly data.'

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  22. No I'm on the 2 for 80 plan which adds up to $92 a month with insurance and neither of us get the hotspot. Although i dont know why were even paying for the insurance when they wouldn't even let us exchange our phones for the same ones within the first 3 days of having them. And they claim that they give you a week no questions asked that you can get a refund,exchange or etc. And they wouldn't do any of them. But back to the hotspot. I looked online and they advertised that the $40 plan at the time would get hotspot. But on my acct it said I would have to add it and pay as a service.

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