The competition intensifies as wireless carriers from every corner of the United States continue to introduce offer after offer in the hopes of gaining new subscribers, including those currently subscribed to other rival mobile service providers. The last few months have certainly been busy in this regard, with carriers like Sprintoffering to cut the bills of shifting customers in half and Verizon Wireless now introducing new data freebie features. The real winners of course are the mobile users who are mostly just waiting for a new promotional deal to take advantage of.
Well, those ravenous mobile users may want to check out what MetroPCS has to offer now. The prepaid brand of major wireless carrier T-Mobile (currently number three in the US behind Verizon Wireless and AT&T) is launching a bunch of discounted plans that are clearly taking a dig at Sprint (long time rival of T-Mobile). The evidence? The special offer is called “The Biggest Offer in Sprint’s History” in reference of Sprint’s own “Biggest Deal in US Wireless History,” which was launched over the recent holiday season offering generous price discounts. On top of that, MetroPCS is also offering budget friendly smartphones, absolutely free of charge, along with the discounted plans.
Some might be wondering what is up with MetroPCS, taking on a major wireless carrier like this. Shouldn’t it be going after fellow prepaid mobile service providers? But T-Mobile’s prepaid subsidiary may be more ambitious than many people think. After all, if a carrier has something good to offer to potential customers, it matters not if the provider is offering postpaid or prepaid.
As far as offers go, MetroPCS’s deals are certainly eye catching. Plans range from $30 a month (with 1 gigabyte of data) to $60 a month (with unlimited data) for those looking to sign up for a single line of service, with savings between 22 percent to 48 percent depending on taxes and other fees. For those who want more than one line of service, they can get a discount as much as 50 percent, with plans ranging from $50 to $110.
And as mentioned earlier, MetroPCS is throwing in some free smartphones for Sprint subscribers who decide to switch to the prepaid carrier. The free devices include Samsung’s Galaxy Core Prime, LG’s Leon LTE and K7, and Kyocera’s Hydro Wave. Interested parties can also take fifty bucks toward another new handset.
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