Metro by T-Mobile Debuts Two Offers on 5G Services

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Metro by T-Mobile has launched two offers that make 5G more affordable:

Two lines of unlimited talk, text and high-speed data — including 5G access to America’s first and largest nationwide 5G network at no extra charge, 5 GB of hotspot and 100 GB of Google One cloud storage for just $35 a month per line for a limited time.

Choose from the largest 5G phone lineup in prepaid and get some of the lowest prices, including the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G for just $99.99 for switchers — that’s a savings of more than 70% over AT&T prepaid.

You shouldn’t have to choose between the best price and an amazing network, and at Metro, you won’t. Metro customers get full access to T-Mobile’s advanced LTE network – which covers 99% of Americans – and the country’s first and largest nationwide 5G network. T-Mobile 5G already covers over 250 million people across 1.3 million square miles and it’s getting faster by the day as the company rolls out mid-band 5G spectrum across the country.

To get the deal on two lines for $35 each, new customers can sign up for two lines of service with autopay. After their first month’s payment of $80, the autopay discount kicks in and they’ll pay just $70 per month after that. Existing customers can add a new line to take advantage of this offer. And when you make the switch and purchase a Samsung Galaxy A51 5G for $199.99, you get a $100 digital gift card at your third monthly payment.

These sweet deals will only last for a short time and are available in Metro by T-Mobile locations nationwide, click here to find the nearest available store.

During congestion, Metro users using >35GB/mo. may notice reduced speeds & Metro customers may notice reduced speeds vs. T-Mobile customers due to prioritization.Video typically at 480p.Sales tax and regulatory fees included in monthly rate plan price. AutoPay Pricing for 2 lines.

Without AutoPay, $10 more. May not be reflected on 1st month.5G: Coverage not available in some areas. While 5G access won’t require a certain plan or feature, some uses/services might.


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