MetroPCS Targets Families With Latest Offerings
MetroPCS today unrolled a handful of promotions that may appeal to customers with multiple lines. For example, people who port in their number to MetroPCS will receive $60 to spend on any smartphone that MetroPCS sells. The company says this means nine of its handsets, such as the Samsung Galaxy On5, will effectively be free to switchers. New lines added to existing family plans can receive 5 GB of LTE data for $25 per month as long as one of the other lines has equal or more data. MetroPCS claims its new plan offerings can save Sprint, Boost, and Virgin Mobile customers up to $180 per year if they switch. The promotions go into effect on July 7.
Samsung Makes the Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J3 Available Unlocked
Samsung today added the Galaxy J7 and Galaxy J3 to its list of unlocked smartphones. The two inexpensive handsets will be available to purchase directly from Samsung's web site as well as select retailers starting July 28.
MetroPCS Introduces $60 Family Plan
MetroPCS is offering families a new deal that starts at $60 per month for two lines. The refreshed family plan includes unlimited talk, text, 6 GB of data, Music Unlimited, and mobile hotspot for each line.
MetroPCS Goes After Sprint Customers with Discounts
T-Mobile-owned MetroPCS is targeting Sprint customers with new service and handset discounts. Starting January 21, Sprint, Boost Mobile, and Virgin Mobile customers who switch to MetroPCS can save up to 50% off Sprint's Family Share Pack pricing.
MetroPCS Intros Summertime Deals on Phones and Service
MetroPCS today announced several promotions that run for a limited time. Customers who switch two lines to MetroPCS, for example, can score two LG K20 Plus handsets for free.
MetroPCS Dangles Free Data to Tempt Switchers
MetroPCS today announced several promotions meant to entice consumers to ditch their carrier in favor of MetroPCS. For starters, customers who activate a new line on a $40 or higher service plan will receive an extra 1GB of LTE data per month on top of whatever data bucket they choose.
$180 a year?