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MetroPCS Promo Includes Unlimited LTE 4G for $50

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Jan 21, 2015, 9:31 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

MetroPCS today unveiled a new rate plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE 4G data for $50 per month. Customers can sign up for the promotional plan between today and April 5. Once signed up, users can keep the unlimited LTE 4G data plan indefinitely. In order to use this plan, however, customers have to have a MetroPCS-branded LTE-capable handset. Customers cannot supply their own, unlocked handset. MetroPCS also increased the data available to its existing plans by 1GB each. For example, its $40 plan now includes unlimited talk, text, and up to 2GB of LTE (improved from 1GB), and a $50 plan with unlimited talk, text, and up to 4GB of LTE (improved from 3GB). These plans are available to BYOD customers and MetroPCS-branded devices. Last, MetroPCS said customers can buy the Samsung Galaxy Light for $49 and the LG F60 for $59. MetroPCS does not require contracts.

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thebriang

Jan 21, 2015, 1:22 PM

Well I wonder...

If I buy a metro phone for $50 and take the sim out, will they take me off the plan? Ill kick them an extra $50 for an actual prepaid unlimited LTE plan for $50 but I'm not gonna use their ish phone further than the parking lot.
I doubt it, ive ne4ver used metro but for a few other carriers the phone itslef has to be swapped in the system would would most likely cancel that plan and set up on the BYOD plan
 
 
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