Metro by T-Mobile cell phone tariffs


Metro by T-Mobile (formerly MetroPCS) offers prepaid tariffs without a contract, including two unlimited options. T-Mobile has merged with Sprint, but for now it will continue to run for Metro prepaid customers.

Metro by T-Mobile cell phone tariffs

Metro by T-Mobile keeps its plans simple. The wireless operator offers customers a handful of options, including two unlimited data plans.

  • Unlimited: $ 50 (includes 5 GB of portable hotspot data, 100 GB of Google One)

  • Unlimited: $ 60 (includes 15 GB of mobile hotspot data, 100 GB of Google One, and Amazon Prime)

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The 10 GB plan includes unlimited music streaming from selected services, but no mobile hotspot access. The two unlimited plans offer Google One storage and automatic backup to a capable Android device. Amazon Prime membership, which is included in the $ 60 unlimited plan, is for new Prime subscribers.

Family plan: Metro customers can have up to five lines on one account with discounts of $ 10, $ 20, or more than $ 30 on each additional line, depending on the tariff.

This is how Metro by T-Mobile compares the price

$ 20 (call, SMS and WiFi)

15 $ (call, SMS and WiFi)

$ 30 (1,500 minutes, unlimited texts, and 100MB of data)

$ 45 (with 12 GB hotspot)

$ 60 (with 30 GB hotspot)

* Google Fi customers pay $ 20 for unlimited calls and SMS. Data is billed at $ 10 per gigabyte. ** Republic Wireless customers pay $ 15 for unlimited calls and SMS. Data is billed at $ 5 per gigabyte.

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