MetroPCS resurrects its $40 per month no-contract unlimited 4G LTE plan

MetroPCS resurrects its $40 per month no-contract unlimited 4G LTE plan
Nothing like bringing something completely dead back to life, but that’s exactly what we find with MetroPCS as they announced the wonderful news about resurrecting its once dead unlimited plan.

When they launched their 4G LTE network, MetroPCS actually offered a $40 per month unlimited plan with the debut of its first 4G LTE enabled device – the Samsung Craft. Well, they soon phased that plan entirely, and instead, reverted to a $50 per month for its 4G LTE equipped smartphones like the LG Esteem, Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G, and the Galaxy Indulge. With the plan, if offers unlimited talk, text, and data, though, it includes a 1GB allowance for streaming content from services such as YouTube and Pandora.

Well folks, MetroPCS announced today the availability of its $40 per month unlimited plan – again! That’s pretty sweet, right? For the most part, of course, but it’s worth pointing out that this option has everything that the $50 provides, with the exception that it allows for only 100MB of multimedia streaming via its LTE network. Once you’ve passed the mark, you’ll need to connect to Wi-Fi in order to enjoy all of your streaming services.

Nevertheless, it’s not bad of a deal, and when you think about it, we’re not treated that often to a move like this – especially when it means finding a carrier offering lower plans than its current selection. Oh yeah, did we mention that you don’t need to sign a contract for it too? Yet again, it simply goes to show the budget friendly nature of MetroPCS.

source: MetroPCS via CNET


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