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MetroPCS Unveils Three Back-to-School Promotion Deals

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August is usually the time of the year when brands come up with Back-to-School promotions. This year, MetroPCS is joining the bandwagon with its unveiling of three deals it has lined up.

$200 Off When You Switch

The first promotion revealed by the T-Mobile prepaid brand is a switcher promotion. For a limited time, you can enjoy $200 off on your phone purchase when you make the switch. The deal requires you to activate service on an Unlimited LTE rate plan so you can enjoy the discount on your phone purchase.

With the $200 off its price, this means that you can get the Apple iPhone SE, LG Stylo 4, Moto E5 Plus, or Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime for free. It also brings down the price of the Apple iPhone 6s to just $49.

$200 Off on Second Smartphone Purchase

Apart from its switcher promotion, you can also get a $200 instant rebate on your second purchase of an iPhone. This deal does not have a rate plan requirement, which means you can pick out a plan that best fits you. Also, this plan is available for both new and existing customers.

Free Month of Service for BYOD

Last on the list of MetroPCS' Back-to-School promotion is a free month of service for BYOD customers. If you decide to bring your unlocked device and switch to MetroPCS, you can get your second month of service for free.

The catch, however, is that you need to activate service on the $60 rate plan. This plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. It also comes with 4G LTE mobile hotspot.


These deals are all available for a limited time starting today. If you would like to know more, visit T-Mobile's website.



Source: T-Mobile

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  1. Too many catch 22s, Boost discloses fully compared to Metro, Boost all day every day

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    1. NO 'catch 22' for the $49 iPhone 6S. It's so simple that anyone can do it.
      1. Go to store. 2. Pick your color and get the iPhone 6S. 3. Transfer your number to MetroPCS. 4. Activate ($10) the $50 unlimited plan. 5. Enjoy the $300 + $200 instant rebates.

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  2. With the 600 megahertz roll out on the T-Mobile network, soon MetroPCS will be fully twice as good as Boost.

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  3. We like the TMobile network very much. Fast downloads and these deals are very enticing.

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    1. They would need to return the unlock restriction to three months before I would even think of going back to Metro. Six months is too long to be locked into one carrier!

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  4. After 90 days you can unlock the phone?

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    1. They changed it to 180 days (6 months) in the first quarter of 2018.

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  5. T-Mobile's network is far better then Boost Mobile's (Native Sprint network ONLY). If Sprint would allow its prepaid MVNO's access to voice/text roaming it would atleast be more competitive.

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  6. You both are among the fortunate, my Metro experience was horrible, to my surprise Boost has been great

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  7. I get over 100 mb down and 20 upload in denver metro area using an galaxy s8 on boost, I also get roaming for calls and text when Im in mountains and no native coverage, Best of both worlds for me

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    1. Last time I checked, Boost only covers a tiny bit of Colorado. The better networks cover a lot more. Having inadequate service (calls and text but NO data) outside of a small area doesn't cut it for most people.

      Data-free plans were great for 2003. Today? Not so much.

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    2. Look more often. Boost covers about 85% of Colorado. And T-Mobile is already updating their towers to allow Sprint network customer roaming on the Tmo network as part of the roaming agreement they signed when the merger proposal was completed.

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    3. "Look more often. Boost covers about 85% of Colorado"

      Actually, the Boost coverage map, which Dennis keeps up to date on this site, only shows Boost coverage (green) in what looks like less than a tenth of Colorado:

      https://www.prepaidphonenews.com/2011/09/coverage-maps-for-all-prepaid-carriers.html

      I think you are purely making up this 85% figure. Maybe you really meant that 85% of the state has no Boost?

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  8. Well they may be fortunate, their experience is typical and yours is not. Boost only works for a small number of Americans in a small part of the country.

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