MetroPCS customers can now use PrivacyStar Metro Block-it to refuse unwanted calls and texts
Metro Block-it, a new call and text message blocking service for MetroPCS Communications will allow customers to do… Well, Exactly that. The service is provided by PrivacyStar, most known for their Android application boasting similar features. With over 120 million blocked calls and 160,000 complaints filed against harassing callers, they must be doing something right.
The service included with the Android application is subscription based, after the 7 day free trial it costs $2.99 per month. With this new offering, MetroPCS customers (who are also elgible for the trial) get to continue service at a much cheaper $1 monthly rate.
“We understand our customers’ needs and, with mobile devices being the primary phone and Internet device for many of our customers, recognize the need to provide them with a service that allows for uninterrupted use and control over their primary lifeline to the world,” said Tom Keys, president and chief operating officer of MetroPCS. “We’re excited about working with PrivacyStar to meet the needs of our users and continue providing voice, text and data services, along with great features like Metro Block-it, at an incredible value.”
PrivacyStar can be used by anyone with an Android device, if you want to check it out there is a free 7 day trial available. Simply install the application using the link below.
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