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MetroPCS unlimited LTE deal offers free Android phones for switching

MetroPCS unlimited LTE deal offers free Android phones for switching

T-Mobile's prepaid subsidiary MetroPCS is offering customers a new promotion that includes a free smartphone for each line ported over to the carrier. This is part of a larger deal where subscribers can get four lines with unlimited LTE data access for $100/month combined including fees and taxes. Users get to pick which free phone they want from a limited roster of options.

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3 cheapest unlimited mobile data plans: all the important details

3 cheapest unlimited mobile data plans: all the important details

Unlimited data is back, but it isn't cheap and it comes with a roster of limitations. Having access to loads of data every month is more important than ever, and here to offer it cheaper than the three big carriers are three small prepaid companies. You can get unlimited data for as little as $50/month, but are the savings worth the potential sacrifices? We've looked at all the fine print to find out.

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ZTE Blade ZMAX phablet for MetroPCS arrives with Google Play promo

ZTE Blade ZMAX phablet for MetroPCS arrives with Google Play promo

MetroPCS has revealed that it will be the home of a new 6-inch smartphone from ZTE called the ZTE Blade ZMax. While the phablet isn't yet available to purchase, interested buyers can 'pre-register' for the phone; as well, the carrier is offering a new promotion where buyers get a $25 gift card for the Google Play Store. You'll only get the promo if you pre-register in time.

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MetroPCS launches unlimited 4G LTE option: $75 for two lines

MetroPCS launches unlimited 4G LTE option: $75 for two lines

Unlimited phone plans are back, and MetroPCS just got on the bandwagon. The carrier, which is known for its prepaid options, has just announced a new plan that gives subscribers unlimited 4G LTE data...but only if you sign up two lines under the deal. By doing so, both lines get unlimited high-speed mobile data for a total of $75/month, making each phone's monthly cost about half of what you'd pay for unlimited at a big carrier.

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MetroPCS gets T-Mobile’s scam IDing and blocking tech

MetroPCS gets T-Mobile’s scam IDing and blocking tech

If you have a phone on T-Mobile's network, you have access to a technology that automatically identifies and, if you wish, blocks incoming calls from scammers. The technology is baked into T-Mobile's network, and it'll soon be available to anyone using MetroPCS devices. The technology has been live since this past April, and it has thus far identified and/or blocked scam calls for more than 243 million users, according to the company.

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LG Aristo on T-Mobile, MetroPCS offer bang, style for buck

LG Aristo on T-Mobile, MetroPCS offer bang, style for buck

Buying a smartphone, more often than not, involves a series of compromises, usually between price, feature, and design. Lately, however, design has stopped being an issue, with even the most wallet-friendly models sporting better-looking bodies. Take for example the LG Aristo, now available on T-Mobile and MetroPCS, which is, through and through, a lower mid-range smartphone, but one that you won’t be embarrassed to hold in public.

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iPhone 7 and 7 Plus land in some MetroPCS stores

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus land in some MetroPCS stores

If you’re wanting the latest and great iPhone, but on a cheap prepaid carrier network, MetroPCS has good news for you: it is offering both of Apple’s new handsets, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. The model has surfaced on the carrier’s website, but you better move fast to get one — MetroPCS says there are limited quantities available for now, and if you don't get one before stock runs out, you'll have to wait a while.

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At this price, the ZTE Zmax Pro could be Android’s budget king

At this price, the ZTE Zmax Pro could be Android’s budget king

What does $99 get you in a smartphone? If MetroPCS is your carrier of choice, the answer could be the ZTE Zmax Pro, a 6-inch phablet that pairs its big display with a surprisingly small price. Revealed today, the Zmax Pro eschews 720p in favor of 1080p Full HD, still a fairly rare decision for a cheap device.

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iPhone lineup lands at MetroPCS stores across the US

iPhone lineup lands at MetroPCS stores across the US

If you're one of the many who have been waiting for the iPhone to arrive at MetroPCS, your time has finally come. The carrier announced today that most of the current iPhone lineup will be launching at stores across the US this weekend, giving customers the chance to buy one in-store or (presumably) online. The iPhones available at MetroPCS include the 6s, 6s Plus, SE, and 5s, with the standard iPhone 6 and 6 Plus notably missing from the list.

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LG Stylo 2 Plus hits MetroPCS packing 5.7-inch screen and 1.4GHz CPU

LG Stylo 2 Plus hits MetroPCS packing 5.7-inch screen and 1.4GHz CPU

A new smartphone has landed on the metroPCS network for fans of pre-paid devices to pick up. The smartphone is called the LG Stylo 2 Plus and its main feature is a big 5.7-inch HD resolution screen using TFT IPS in-cell display tech. One of the important features of that screen is that you can draw or write on it using an integrated stylus.

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iPhone coming to MetroPCS tomorrow, but only in Florida

iPhone coming to MetroPCS tomorrow, but only in Florida

MetroPCS will start offering its customers the iPhone tomorrow, but it’ll only be available to those located in Florida. The T-Mobile subsidiary will offer the retired iPhone 5s as well as the newer and similarly sized iPhone SE. If you’re keen on the prepaid carrier but don’t want a tiny or older iPhone, you’ll also have the option of buying an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, though you’ll have to pay the full price for the handset upfront.

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MetroPCS gets Music Unlimited: streaming doesn’t count against data limits

MetroPCS gets Music Unlimited: streaming doesn’t count against data limits

US pre-paid carrier MetroPCS has just announced a new package aimed at users who frequently stream music. Dubbed "Music Unlimited," the plans allow customers unlimited use of streaming music services, all without counting towards their mobile data limits. The feature is actually a hand-me-down from parent company T-Mobile, which offers the same thing as Music Freedom.

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