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T-Mobile and MetroPCS Offer Instant Discount on New Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime

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This just in! T-Mobile is adding a new smartphone to its lineup that will be available for its postpaid, prepaid, and MetroPCS customers.

As announced by TMONews, the Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is a device that recently arrived in T-Mobile. For its specs, the smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD display with a 1280x720 resolution. The device will be running on an Octa-Core Exynos 7570 processor with 1.5 GB of RAM. The on board storage will be 16 GB, with a microSD card slot for expandable memory. The device will also be equipped with a 2,600 mAh removable battery and will run Android 7.0 Nougat OS upon release.

On the website, the Galaxy J3 Prime is available for $150 for postpaid customers who can take advantage of the $6.00 down and $6.00 per month for 24 months offer. Meanwhile, there is an option to get the device on prepaid for its full retail price.

As part of its special offer, the Galaxy J3 Prime may be purchased from T-Mobile Prepaid and MetroPCS at a discounted price. Instead of paying $150 for the smartphone, customers can enjoy a $75 instant discount from T-Mobile Prepaid with the purchase of a $50 Prepaid Refill Card and a SIM Starter Kit for $10, which makes it a total of $135 instead of $210.

On MetroPCS, the device may be purchased for $69 after all special offers. It will then be expected to ship between April 27 and May 2, 2017.


Source: TMONews


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  1. Absolutely disgusting news post.

    T-mobile will never be a good deal because they always gouge the price of their phones.

    Metro's 2(!) free J3 primes with a port-in onto the $30/2GB plan or $50 unlimited plan is a much better deal.

    Otherwise, you might as well use Mintsim and let the first year's savings pay for a new G5.

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    1. Explain how mintsim can pay for your phone.

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    2. Assuming you save about $15/mo by going with Mintsim over Tmo/Metro, that equates to around $180 in savings each year.

      The prime version of the G5 also happens to cost around $180.

      Better yet, 2 years on Mintsim pays for the ad-free 64gb version with around $60 still left in your pocket.

      It's a much better deal than the disappointing promos Tmo and Metro have been offering lately.

      Even Cricket's falling behind, with most "subsidized" devices from all three being too pricey for their paltry specs.

      The worst part is, none of them even have a 3GB phone under $150 yet.

      If they were going to sell any kind of locked, single-carrier phone at that price point, it should at least have enough under the hood to make it worth the limitations.

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  2. "The worst part is, none of them even have a 3GB phone under $150 yet."
    I don't know about MetroPCS, but you can "BYOD" on Cricket and T-Mobile, whioh means you can simply ignore the list of phones promoted by the carriers.

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  3. Real news from Real Eee:
    MetroPCS now has Two lines for $50 for both with 2 GB of LTE for each line for new switchers to Tmobile or MetroPCS.
    MetroPCS is owned and on TMobile network
    Number cant be on TMobile or MetroPCS in the last 90 days.

    So that is $25 per month for 2 GB of LTE.

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    1. Mintsim better

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    2. Sanctimonious ApeMay 1, 2017 at 4:03 PM

      You obviously are blocking (either mentally or otherwise) the ads on Dennis' site for MintSIM. $35 (+taxes & fees, admittedly) for 3 months of 2GB service per month. Even including T&F, that's under $15/mo in most cases (not sure about CA's insane T&F).

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    3. I was forced to block all ads on the site since Mintsim ad (more properly described as malware) kept constantly popping up and blocking the ability to comment in discussions.

      Dennis, can't you get rid of malware ads?

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