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Metro by T-Mobile Has an In-Store and Online Offer for the iPhone 12

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With Apple's unveiling of the latest iPhone series, both major networks and prepaid brands have started including this device in their promotions. Metro by T-Mobile has joined in on the fun by announcing its own offer. 

The T-Mobile-owned prepaid brand has an in-store and an online offer for switchers. If you decide to get the in-store offer, you can get a $200 discount on any of the new iPhone 12 models. Meanwhile, the online offer also gives the same $200 discount, but in the form of a prepaid virtual Mastercard. The online offer is applicable to new customers who buy a new iPhone or bring their own iPhone over to the network.

As a Metro by T-Mobile customer, you'll get full access to T-Mobile's 5G network on your new iPhone 12. Their 5G network is considered as the largest nationwide 5G network, which now covers 260 million people situated in over 7,500 cities and towns. And since they are still rolling out mid-band 5G spectrum to more cities and towns before the year ends, the network is likely going to get bigger, better, and faster. 

Metro even points out the findings of a recent Ookla Q3 Market Analysis, which shows that their customers get a 5G signal more often than its competitors. The study found that T-Mobile customers got 3 times more 5G signal coverage than AT&T and up to 90 times more than Verizon's Ultra Wideband. Ookla also reported that T-Mobile customers were able to get the fastest network response time (or latency). You can read more about the study here. 

If you are interested in either the in-store or online offer on the iPhone 12, you can visit this page for more information.

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