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MetroPCS offers two lines with unlimited talk, text and 6GB of 4G data for $60 a month

T-Mobile's no-contract carrier subsidiary MetroPCS has launched a new promotional offer. This one gives customers two lines, each with unlimited talk, text and data and 6GB of 4G speeds, for a total of $60 a month.

T-Mobile says (opens in new tab):

That means you can walk into a MetroPCS store and get 2 lines with unlimited talk, text, data, and 6GB of 4G LTE data for just $60 a month - and just $30 a month for each additional line, up to 5 lines – when you port in at least one number from another wireless company (3GB per line if you don't port a line). And, you can keep that sweet deal for as long as you're a customer. As always with MetroPCS, what you see is what you pay – taxes and regulatory fees are included.

The promotional deal begins today for a "limited time" but a specific end date was not announced.

  • Same deal as tmo Posted via the Android Central App
  • Fair point, but it sounds nice though.
  • What? T-Mobile's deal was $80/mo right? I just put it on. Where/how can I get it for $60?
  • Where is TMo with 2 lines for $60.... Only way is 2 lines for $80, and if you managed the 4 lines with 10GB each, that is still $70 for 2 lines.. better value if you can get 2 extra people over Metro's.
  • One difference being is if you watch alot of video, this does not 0 rate video like tmobile. Just optimizes it.
  • TMobile has a limited time offer for 80/month for two lines.
  • I take it, that it excludes byod devices... Posted via the Android Central App
  • I don't think so, never had any problem with byod when dealing with metropcs, other than having to call in to change the imei on their systems.
  • Try getting the $30 plan with byod, they won't allow it. You have to start at $40 and up if you want to byod.
  • Interesting, to be honest, I only have have experience using the $60 unlimited plan on metropcs and I exclusively used byod devices on metropcs. I have never used any of metropcs's devices. they have a pretty lackluster phone inventory. unless you just want the latest Samsung S device. But I did look at the terms on metropcs's website (because I'm kind of interested myself) and I didn't see any mention of having to use a metropcs device.
  • Why am I seing this stuff on AC Canadian Edition?
  • Same reason I see news about Rogers and Bell in the States I imagine Posted via the Android Central App
  • Do you agree that it should be precisely the purpose of those filters or not?
  • I don't see the point in the filter but if it exists I assume that would be its purpose, however you do get what you pay for. I'm personally just glad to have a place to keep informed and discuss with people.
  • This is similar to the Wal Mart Family Mobile plan I've had for 3 years now. Same price. But, can anybody verify the truthfulness of the rumor that regular T-Mobile customers get first crack at signals and data, and others who use their network (like Wal Mart and Metro PCS) get secondary? Posted via the Android Central App
  • That is true it's in metros terms & conditions Posted via the Android Central App
  • I use a Tmobile mvno, I don't have any problems.
  • It's just 4g (no lte)? Posted via the Android Central App
  • 4G=LTE Blackberry Priv
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  • It is LTE
  • "Requires at least one port-in of existing number not currently activated on the T-Mobile network" So in other words if you're already on T-Mobile network you can't get this deal. Also, it's only available in stores. The two other negatives as compared to T-Mobile's 2 lines for $80 is that you do not get binge on just data optimizer and you do not get data stash. Too bad.
  • Gosh, that's not a very good price :| Blackberry Priv
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