Moto G7 Play and Galaxy A10e go down to $0 at Metro by T-Mobile for new and existing customers

Moto G7 Play and Galaxy A10e go down to $0 at Metro by T-Mobile for new and existing customers
Before T-Mobile unveils its mysterious first "Un-carrier" move of a new era, those interested in buying a mid-range phone at a great price might want to take a look at Metro's Halloween list of heavily discounted devices from Samsung, LG, Motorola, and Coolpad.

Formerly known as MetroPCS, T-Mo's flagship prepaid brand is obviously no stranger to offering killer deals on attractive handsets like the LG Stylo 5 and Moto G7 Play. But this time around, both new and existing customers can choose from a number of decent Androids available completely free of charge with fewer strings attached than ever.

Specifically, all you have to do if you're already subscribed to Metro by T-Mobile is add a new line of service to your existing account in order to pay nothing for the Samsung Galaxy A10e, LG K40, Moto G7 Play, Coolpad Legacy, Samsung Galaxy J2, or LG Aristo 3+. Your discount will be provided as credit against the purchase price of your new phone of choice at the time of sale as long as you visit a "participating" store to claim the amazing offer by November 5.

In case you're wondering, some of those handsets are not complete pushovers, normally fetching up to $180 with fairly respectable specs in tow. The Coolpad Legacy, for instance, seemed like an incredible bargain even at its starting price, sporting a large and beautiful 6.36-inch FHD+ display and packing a hefty 4,000mAh battery. Meanwhile, the Moto G7 Play comes with a reasonably powerful Snapdragon 632 processor and up to 40 hours of battery life, with the Galaxy A10e also worth considering thanks primarily to a 5.83-inch "Infinity Display" with a small chin and even tinier notch.

Unfortunately, the pen-wielding LG Stylo 5 is not included in this part of Metro's "Monster-ous Phone Event", although network switchers can get not one but two units for free with two unlimited lines costing $90 a month. The same deal is available with eligible number port-ins for two Samsung Galaxy A20 units at a total of $0, and Metro's unlimited plan even includes free Amazon Prime.

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