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Metro by T-Mobile Giving Free Devices to Switchers

T-Mobile's prepaid brand, Metro by T-Mobile, is currently running a promotion that gives switchers a free smartphone. In exchange for this, however, the customer needs to activate a new line on either the $50 or $60 Unlimited LTE data plan offered at Metro by T-Mobile stores.

The devices available under this promotion include the following:

  • Alcatel 1X Evolve - Full retail price $109
  • LG Aristo 3 - Full retail price $139
  • Motorola Moto E Play 5th Gen - Full retail price $139
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 - Full retail price $149

The last time Metro by T-Mobile was giving away free devices to switchers, it offered the Apple iPhone 6s 32GB, LG Stylo 4, and the Samsung Galaxy J7 Star. These devices were available for free in November last year.

This promotion is available for a limited time and while supplies last. You can learn more about this promotion by visiting Metro by T-Mobile's website.

Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews 


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  1. Previous November deal had better phone options, these phones are all 2GB of memory. Also $15 activation fee per line.

    Since the rebranding (tmobile & metro pcs), the phone prices have gone up along with the service prices. Just wait till the Sprint / Tmobile deal is approved, increase in prices again!

  2. stylo 4 and g6 play are free when you switch to boost mobile, Also preowned iphone 7 is $39 when you switch so these deals are horrible and not even deals, but as I suspect this website is now an advertising sales with for tmobile and cricket

  3. That's hilarious because we went to a location in Texas City, TX and were told the free promo was ONLY available with the $60 plan. This is bait and switch and is illegal.

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