• MetroPCS Gets Rebranded To “Metro By T-Mobile”, Offers New Plans With Amazon Prime

    2 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    In short: Nearly six years after T-Mobile purchased MetroPCS, it has decided to rebrand the prepaid carrier, and it is now “Metro by T-Mobile”. It gets a brand new logo, and also some newer plans. T-Mobile has infused these new plans with Amazon Prime and Google One , adding more perks while keeping the prices the same. There is now a $50 and $60 plan, that offer truly unlimited data, with 5GB and 15GB of LTE speed for mobile hotspot, respectively. They also both include Google One (though T-Mobile is not mentioning how much storage you get with these plans)The $60 plan also comes with...
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  • New MetroPCS Plans Revealed As It Gets Rebranded To Metro By T-Mobile

    2 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    T-Mobile's prepaid brand, MetroPCS, is getting a makeover today almost five years after its merger with Magenta. It will henceforth be called Metro by T-Mobile. Some new plans have been announced by the carrier as well which include two options with unlimited talk, text, and LTE data in addition to Amazon and Google services.
    The base plan is going to cost $30 per month and it offers 2GB of LTE data with unlimited talk and text. The $40 per month plan offers 10GB of LTE data per month. The new $50 plan offers unlimited LTE data, 5GB mobile hotspot and access to Google One. The $60 plan...
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  • MetroPCS is now Metro by T-Mobile; adds Amazon Prime and Google One to data plans

    MetroPCS is now Metro by T-Mobile; adds Amazon Prime and Google One to data plans

    2 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Just over five years ago, T-Mobile and MetroPCS merged together. Since then, the pre-paid carrier has more than doubled its customer base. Despite this, T-Mobile CEO John Legere still believes that the perception of consumers is that of a subpar service. Because of this, the number three carrier has announced that it will be rebranding its pre-paid business and updating its plans in the process.
    Moving forward, the MetroPCS name will cease to exist and, in its place, will be the new Metro by T-Mobile branding. This is designed to emphasize the fact that Metro customers have access ...
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