MetroPCS Intros 'Wireless for All' Calling Plans
Today MetroPCS announced a series of new calling plans. The new plans start at $40 per month (which includes all taxes and fees), and offer unlimited talk, text and web. Add-on features include turn-by-turn directions, international calling and international texting plans, and range from $45 to $50 and $60. The new plans will be available starting today.
Cricket Adds More Countries to International Calling Plans
Cricket Wireless today gave its customers more reason to call friends and family living overseas. First, Cricket added Brazil, Singapore, and Nigeria to the list of countries in its Cricket International add-on.
Univision Mobile Adds No-Cost International Calling
Univision Mobile, which operates in partnership with T-Mobile, today added no-cost international calling and texting to its service plans. Customers can now send messages to and call mobile and landlines in 200 countries, including much of Latin America, as well as roam in 15 countries.
Cricket Expands Calling Plans to Central, South America
Cricket Wireless today made more calling and messaging add-on plans available to a greater number of countries throughout Central and South America. For $10 per month, Cricket customers can add Columbia, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic to their plan.
Boost Mobile Offering Unlimited Calls to Mexico for $5
Boost Mobile today introduced a new add-on for its service plans that provides unlimited calling to landlines and mobile phones in Mexico. The Todo Mexico plan costs $5 per month and can be added to Boost's $45 and $55 Data Boost plans.
Cricket Dials In Unlimited Calling to Canada
Cricket Wireless today upgraded its $50 and $60 monthly plans to include unlimited international calling and messaging to Canada. Customers won't have to take any steps to activate the feature, Cricket is doing so automatically for all new and existing subscribers.
Give it a rest.
The word Metro is in the company name for a reason.
If that's not good enough, go back to your Mom's basement and eat your hotpockets.
'That one spot in the corner of your yard where you get reception when you stand with one foot in the air and your arms straight out at odd angles and covered in tinfoil...Yeah, there! You can get unlimited everything!'
Thats not true.
As long as you are in a city you should be fine. My brother has them and it does wonders for him. He gets a drop call here and there like once a week but I mean its cheap but its worth it. Once they get good phones it will...
How long before T-Mobile buys them out?
I Love Metro PCS
i just saved $3 a month