Metro by T-Mobile is the no-contract subsidiary of T-Mobile that was previously known as MetroPCS. Whatever name it uses, it has some excellent deals on both plans and phones if you want to save some money this holiday season, and we have the best current Metro by T-Mobile deals you can get. Many of the deals are in-store only, so you’ll have to check your location carefully.
See also: Best Metro by T-Mobile phones
Best Metro by T-Mobile deals:
- Get a new iPhone SE for $49.99
- Get a free phone when you switch
- Get an unlimited line for $40 per month when you bring your own phone
- Save 50% or more on connected devices
- Get the Samsung Galaxy A51 for just $99
- More free devices
- Get a $200 virtual prepaid Mastercard
- Get 50% off the Timex Family Connect
Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best Metro by T-Mobile deals regularly as new ones launch.
1. Get a new iPhone SE for $49.99
That’s right, the already budget-friendly iPhone SE with Apple’s A13 Bionic chip is even more affordable on Metro by T-Mobile. All you have to do is purchase the device and port an eligible wireless number to receive an instant rebate. It’s an in-store offer only though, so you’ll have to check where your nearest outlet is.
There’s also $200 off the latest iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models right now, subject to the same switching requirements. Find out more below.
2. Get a free phone when you switch
If you’ve been waiting for a chance to try Metro by T-Mobile, what price is better than free? Right now, you can pick up a free device when you switch.
All you have to do is port in a number that hasn’t been on the T-Mobile network and the carrier will give you a rebate on the cost of the device. The LG Stylo 6 and the Samsung Galaxy A21 are the two phones you’re offered on the deal page, but right now you have the options of the iPhone 7 or the Moto G Stylus in-store too.
See also: Best Samsung Galaxy deals
Although the phones are free, you’ll have to cover the $15 per line activation fee, but that’s small change compared to paying for a device. To make the deal even sweeter, Metro will also hook you up with a line of unlimited data for just $40 per month when you switch. You can only take advantage of the unlimited discount in stores though.
3. Get an unlimited line for $40 per month when you bring your own phone
Not all of the best Metro deals are in-store only. $40 per month would usually get you a line of service on the 10GB plan, but right now if you sign up online and bring your own phone to the network, you can get an unlimited data line. It even includes 5G access, so if you combine it with the Galaxy A51 deal you’re really joining the 5G revolution on a budget.
There’s no activation fee to take advantage of this offer. Hit the button below to find out more.
4. Save 50% or more on connected devices
Every carrier is made even better when you add accessories, and Metro by T-Mobile is no exception. When you add a line of service, you can save big on a variety of peripherals from tablets to smartwatches and hotspots. The Alcatel JoyTab makes a great pick if you want to grab a tablet for free.
Many of the best accessory deals are actually safety-focused — the Pintrac Pet tracker, MetroSmart Ride, and the Timex FamilyConnect just to name a few. A hotspot device can be a lifesaver for working on the go as well, and the MetroSmart Hotspot is just $29.99 right now. You can add 10GB of data per month for just $35 more.
5. Get the Samsung Galaxy A51 for just $99
The Samsung Galaxy A51 is one of the most affordable ways to join the 5G revolution, and Metro is offering you a deal to effectively pick one up for just $199.99 when you switch to the network. While this isn’t the best mid-range phone on the market, a bright 6.5-inch OLED display and quad-camera rear shooter make it worth owning.
Like most of the deals, this is an in-store only offer. You’ll initially save 50%, or $200, but you get a $100 digital gift card at your third monthly payment on your line of service.
6. More free device deals from Metro by T-Mobile
There are several other freebies you can pick up if you decide to switch to Metro. The first is a free phone and tablet when you activate an unlimited line on each. The two unlimited lines come to $75 per month, and you’ll get a Samsung Galaxy A11 plus an Alcatel Joy Tab for no extra charge. The deal includes Amazon Prime and Google One thrown in.
The next freebie comes with adding any unlimited line of service too. You can choose between a free Amazon Fire TV Stick or Echo Dot. Again, Amazon Prime is included in the bargain.
Finally, even your family pet can benefit from the Metro free gifts. You can get a Pintrac Pet Tracker free if you pay $10 per month extra on your new or existing line of service. This GPS tracker will ensure you can always find your best friend if he’s decided to take an unscheduled walkies.
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7. Get a $200 virtual prepaid Mastercard
One offer you can actually take advantage of without heading out to the Metro store is a free $200 virtual prepaid Mastercard. It’s not hard to get either; you’re eligible for it whether you buy a phone from T-Mobile or bring your own device to the network.
All you have to do is activate a new line of service. After three months you’ll be eligible to claim your free virtual Mastercard. Find out more below.
8. Get 50% off the Timex Family Connect
Just like the pet tracker, Metro has an offer that gives you a chance to keep an eye on your kid’s movements. The Timex Family Connect is a smartwatch device with remote parental controls that you can use to ensure your child is safe. It’s 50% off at $79.99 right now, plus $10 per month for the line of service.
The Family Connect offers two-way calling with approved contacts, an SOS alert your kid can hit to alert you to any trouble, and real-time location sharing. You can add safe-zones on the map, and get alerted if your child strays from them.
Find out more via the button below.
That’s all we have at the moment in terms of the latest Metro by T-Mobile deals. Of course, if any more deals are announced from the no-contract wireless carrier, we will update this post with those details.