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MetroPCS: To Unveil New Promotion on August 23

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It looks like MetroPCS is getting ready to release a new promotion this week. The report comes in the form of a YouTube video published by Varieties Teck, who reveals an email MetroPCS sent out to its dealers.

According to the video, MetroPCS will be unveiling a new promotion on Thursday, August 23. The new promotion offered by the T-Mobile prepaid brand gives a free third line for customers who activate under the $50 or $60 plans.

As further explained in the video, customers who sign up for the $60 Unlimited LTE plan gets to pay $60 for one line but gets a discounted price on the second and third lines of service. On two lines, the rate becomes $90 while with three lines, the rate remains $90.

Meanwhile, customers who sign up for the $50 Unlimited LTE plan gets a different discount. On the first line of service, the plan costs $50. On two lines, the plan becomes $80. But for three lines of service, the rate becomes cheaper at $78.

The promotion is said to start on August 23rd and will only be available for a limited time period. It will be available for new, existing, port-ins, and non-ports. There is no mention in the video of what happens when the promotion is over and whether this pricing will carryover.

Apart from the promotion on MetroPCS' plans, the prepaid brand is also running an Apple and Android offer where you can get a discount when you buy a device. If you buy an iPhone, you can get $200 off on a second iPhone. Meanwhile if you decide to add a line, you will get a $100 discount on any phone you purchase. Port-ins also get a $200 discount.

Again, this promotion was announced by Varieties Teck so we will have to wait for MetroPCS' official announcement for more information on the offers it has lined up for August 23rd.



Source: Varieties Teck    

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  1. As usual single line customers get the shaft. They should just drop all their plans and offer a single $25 unlimited plan. Get rid of the phone subsidies. Drop their entire scummy dealer network.

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    1. we need more customers, and between phone companies theres always gonna be competition, dont expect any company to lower their basic single plans, they compete on phone prices and family bundles. Search for another company

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  2. What would the fourth and fifth line cost be on the $50 plan given the third line is free with an additional $2 discount. Are there further discounts for lines 4 and 5? Basically would it be $108 for 4 lines and $138 for 5 lines - or something else?

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    1. I want to know this as well. I'm on a 4 for $135 promo rate ($60 plan lines). Any way you slice it, I'll make out better with this plan as long as the 4th line is less than $45. Adding lines now is only $30.

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    2. I don't see any $2 discount for the third $50 plan line on the metro pcs site. 3 lines is $80.

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    3. 4 lines would be 140 due to the 4 for 100 unl family bundle not being offered anymore. one of the phones would be 50 so the other lines could be 30 alunl.

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  3. I have no interest in multi-line deals. Go away Metro you bother me!

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    1. a company cant go away. you go away. there many more phone companies

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  4. Do they still have 4 $50 lines for $100?

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    1. no, the 4 for 100 unl plan is no longer a deal

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  5. I've switched to Metro PCS last week from Verizon, and now some people tell me that they called me but I don't even see a "missed call" notification or entry in my Recent Calls list, as if those people never called me. That never happened with Verizon, but it did with T-Mobile before when I had service with them a year ago, I thought T-Mobile would have fixed that issue by now, but look like conextion reliabilitiy is not a priority. I guess you get what you pay for.

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    1. T-Mobile/Metro Pcs coverage map is pretty deceiving. I live in North Georgia and T-Mobile says I should have good coverage in my county and all the surrounding counties but actual service is a hit or miss. I now have Total Wireless which uses Verizon's network and I have good coverage everywhere. My wife uses AT&T and I get better overall service then she does. I also got a free Total Wireless phone (Samsung)

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  6. "Not available for more than three (3) lines per household/account"

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  7. The fine print on metropcs says that one new line of service is required and that this promo is only good for a max of three lines.

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    1. almost any promotions requires a new line of activation. byod is also qualifying

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