January 21, 2015 — BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–T-Mobile’s (NYSE: TMUS) flagship prepaid brand is helping customers get more of what they want out of their wireless plan − more blazing-fast 4G LTE data. For a limited time, MetroPCS customers can upgrade to Unlimited 4G LTE data for the unheard of price of just $50 per month. That is the undisputed best Unlimited LTE data plan in the prepaid industry. And, unlike some “promotional” offers, when you sign up by April 5, you get Unlimited LTE with no pre-planned end date, so you can enjoy your Unlimited LTE plan with confidence. Even better, it’s all riding on T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G LTE network.
To hit the ground running with your new LTE data, anyone activating a new line or upgrading their smartphone before April 5 can get their hands on the latest LTE smartphones from Samsung or LG at incredible prices − no gimmicks or mail-in rebates:
- Samsung Galaxy Light – $49
- LG Optimus F60 – $59
And on top of that, every MetroPCS customer with a 4G LTE data bucket will get an additional gigabyte of 4G LTE data on T-Mobile’s network starting today – automatically. No hoops to jump through. You don’t have to do a thing.
“MetroPCS has a solid track record of giving customers the best value in prepaid wireless and schooling the competition at the same time,” said Legere. “MetroPCS is at it again today with 4G LTE Unlimited for just $50 bucks, the best value anywhere!”
As always with MetroPCS rate plans taxes and regulatory fees are included, so there are no surprises and no crazy strings attached:
- $40/month for unlimited data, talk and text + 2GB of high-speed data at up to 4G LTE speeds (up from 1GB)
- $50/month for unlimited data, talk and text + 4GB of high-speed data at up to 4G LTE speeds (up from 3GB)
- $60/month for unlimited 4G LTE data, talk and text (sign up for $50/month until April 5 with a MetroPCS LTE smartphone)
For more information, please visit www.metropcs.com
$50 promotional plan available only to customers with MetroPCS GSM phones with LTE connectivity. Bring your own device phones and CDMA phones are not eligible for this plan.