MetroPCS, the prepaid wireless service owned by T-Mobile, is offering new plans to its old and new customers, as well as adding new inclusions to its existing plans.
This prepaid service provider currently uses T-Mobile's LTE network, and subscribers will be glad to know that MetroPCS is boosting the high-speed data usage on several existing plans. On top of that, the prepaid brand is also introducing a limited-time only offer -- specifically, a new Family Plan that offers four lines of service.
It is plain to see that T-Mobile is not done yet with its aggressive efforts to grab more customers, preferably away from its closest competitors.
Just barely two weeks ago, the Uncarrier had expanded its Simple Choice plan, now allowing 10 lines of service for one plan. At first, the 7th to the 10th lines of service came with a monthly fee of $20.00 each, but now the wireless company has since declared that it has lowered those rates by fifty percent.
T-Mobile may have been edged by Sprint in terms of pricing for unlimited data when the latter introduced its $60 Unlimited Plan days ago. But now, the Uncarrier is introducing a new plan that it claims will prevent Sprint's customers from suffering a terrible fate.
Sprint recently introduced a new unlimited wireless plan that may put the carrier in front of the competition, at least for now. The newly announced plan, which is called the Sprint $60 Unlimited Plan, promises customers unlimited calls, texting, and data for only a monthly charge of $60.00.
Verizon recently introduced a new Single Line plan that allows its subscribers to enjoy unlimited voice calls and unlimited texting for a monthly fee of $60.00. Under this new plan, customers also get to make use of up to 2 gigabytes of free data.
In a statement released through its official website, Verizon stated that this Single Line plan is specifically targeted to smartphone users who are using only one line. The carrier was quick to add though that single line subscribers who want to share voice and data between more than two lines may still avail of MORE Everything plans.
Verizon is making a move to fix a loophole in its unlimited data plans. Starting August 24, users who want to upgrade their smartphones or activate their devices on a new service will need to get a data package for the full duration of their two-year plan. This change in policy is expected to make it even more difficult for customers to enjoy discounted smartphones without having to give up unlimited data usage.
Fresh from overtaking AT&T, Verizon and Sprint as the number one wireless provider in the United States, T-Mobile is now revamping its pay-per-use prepaid service. In order to cater to the more budget-conscious users, T-Mobile will offer a flat rate in its Pay as You Go options beginning August 17. By charging a rate of $0.10 per minute for voice calls, T-Mobile is positioning its plan as the most cost-effective pay-as-you-go option from any major carrier in the US.
While Sprint continues to be the only carrier to offer truly unlimited data plans, other carriers have been shaking things up and some have even eliminated unlimited options. Sprint customers may have feared it was only a matter of time until the popular and long-time dependable (for the wireless industry anyway) Sprint Simply Everything plans got a make-over too.
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