Stop sharing your data! MetroPCS' new plan gives each family member his or her own 4G LTE data

Stop sharing your data! MetroPCS' new plan gives each family member his or her own 4G LTE data
Pre-paid carrier MetroPCS has a new plan for families seeking more 4G LTE data. With this deal, you can score two lines of unlimited talk, text and data for $60. The unlimited data includes 6GB of 4G LTE service. And if your family is comprised of more than two people, more lines can be added for $30 each (up to five additional lines can be added). Taxes and all regulatory fees are included.

There is one requirement for this deal, and that is that at least one of the lines has to have a number ported from another carrier. If you fail to follow this requirement, the amount of 4G LTE data you receive each month is reduced by half to 3GB. Because MetroPCS is T-Mobile's pre-paid subsidiary, MetroPCS customers get to stream music using Music Freedom. Users get to listen to audio from more than 40 providers without it costing them any of their precious data. 

MetroPCS is offering the new plan starting today. If  there is one member of your household who hogs all the shared high-speed data on your current plan, MetroPCS' new deal gives everyone 6GB of 4G data monthly (unlimited data overall). Hey, just because your kids share your last name it doesn't mean that they can take all of the data. Put a stop to this now by heading to your local MetroPCS location today!

source: MetroPCS



1. xq10xa

Posts: 810; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

I wonder if I can be on a family plan with Ronda Rousey

2. andynaija

Posts: 1261; Member since: Sep 08, 2012


3. Austiniter

Posts: 22; Member since: Dec 06, 2015

PLEASE....... is anyone else finding out that MetroPCS is having data issues and congestion with their towers due to all this FREE DATA they're giving away? Try using one's data during peak times and you'll see you don't have any data connection. What's up with the Government not investigating all this? Where's the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Corporation when you need them? I called MetroPCS they say due to 'consumption' with data that certain areas might experience congestion. I'm headed back to AT&T - one get's what they pay for.

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