MetroPCS offers unlimited 4G LTE for $50 a month; Samsung Galaxy Light just $49

MetroPCS offers unlimited 4G LTE for $50 a month; Samsung Galaxy Light just $49
T-Mobile CEO John Legere and crew have been working on some deals for the carrier's MetroPCS pre-paid subsidiary, and are now offering unlimited 4G LTE service for $50 a month if you sign up before April 5th. You need to be toting a MetroPCS LTE enabled handset to be eligible for the deal. MetroPCS is making it easier to obtain the latter by offering the Samsung Galaxy Light for only $49, and the LG Optimus F60 for just $59. This pricing is good for new customers or those upgrading their handsets before April 5th.

The Samsung Galaxy Light has a 4-inch, 480 x 800 resolution display and is powered by a quad-core processor. It features 1GB of RAM inside and a 5MP rear camera with a .3MP snapper upfront. 8GB of native storage is available. The LG Optimus F60 has a slightly larger 4.5-inch glass with the same 480 x 800 resolution. Also powered by a quad-core CPU with 1GB of RAM inside, this unit has back and front-facing cameras weighing in at 5MP and .3MP respectively. 4GB of usable storage can be expanded using the microSD slot.

MetroPCS customers can choose from three tiers of service for their smartphones, all coming with unlimited talk and text. Starting today, MetroPCS is tossing in a free GB of data for all those with a 4G LTE data bucket. With that in mind, for a monthly payment of $40, you now receive 2GB of high-speed data (at up to 4G LTE speeds). $50 a month will give you 4GB of data (at up to 4G LTE speeds), and $60 will buy you unlimited talk, text and data. As we previously mentioned, sign up by April 5th for the $60 tier with a MetroPCS 4G LTE handset, and you will pay just $50 a month for unlimited service.

source: T-Mobile

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