MetroPCS extends $40 rate plan to 4G LTE Android devices

MetroPCS extends $40 rate plan to 4G LTE Android devices

MetroPCS, in an effort to rope in more 4G LTE smartphone buyers, has decided to extend its $40 4G LTE rate plan to all of their device.  Previously, consumers with handsets like the Samsung Galaxy Attain 4G or LG Esteem had to choose from the $50 or $60 plans.  This new option gives first-time buyers and light users a third choice with the 100MB data bucket.  As was the case before, all plans include unlimited talk and text.  While it’s tough to imagine anyone wanting to cap themselves at 100MB for 4G LTE data we still applaud MetroPCS for giving customers more no-contract choice.

 

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