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, and we have the best current deals you can get from the carrier.
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Best Metro by T-Mobile deals
- Get a new iPhone SE for $99.99
- Get an iPhone 7 for $29.99 when you switch
- Bring a tablet and get unlimited tablet data for $15 a month
- Save over 50% on an Alcatel Joy Tab
- Pay $25 per line and get four free Samsung Galaxy A20s
1. Get a new iPhone SE for $99.99
The first Metro by T-Mobile deal, and possibly the best one, will put a brand-new iPhone SE in your pocket for $99.99.
That’s right, the already budget-friendly iPhone SE with Apple’s newest 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 a $200 instant rebate.
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For the last $100 of the discount, you have to stick with Metro for six months on a qualifying plan. On the bright side, you can receive the $200 instant rebate on up to four devices per household. That’s like getting four iPhone SEs for the price of two.
2. Save $370 and get an iPhone 7 for $29.99 when you switch
Another Metro deal lets you get the iPhone 7 for $29.99 when you switch. Sure, the iPhone 7 is no longer the latest or greatest, but $29.99 is a tough price to top.
Saving $370 on an iPhone 7 is truly as easy as switching to Metro by T-Mobile and bringing an eligible phone number. As long as you haven’t been a T-Mobile or Metro customer in the past 90 days, you should have no trouble. If you want new devices for the whole family, this deal works up to four times per household.
3. Bring your own tablet and get unlimited tablet data for $15 per month
Metro by T-Mobile is also offering a way to stay connected on your tablet anywhere you go. If you bring your own device and purchase a SIM card, Metro will hook you up with unlimited data for $15 per month.
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The offer page doesn’t specify if certain tablets are eligible or not, though it does state that the deal is available in-store only. If you absolutely need to get your tablet set up, please remember to practice safe social distancing habits when you venture out to the store. The deal will probably be around for a while, so it might be safer to wait until restrictions start to ease up.
4. Save over 50% on an Alcatel Joy Tab
If you want to set up a tablet but you don’t already have one, Metro is offering a chance to grab an Alcatel Joy Tab at over 50% off. Where the deal above required you to bring a device, the Alcatel Joy Tab is half off when you simply set up a new line of service.
The Alcatel Joy Tab may not have as many bells or whistles as the iPad Pro, but it’s a budget-friendly introduction to the tablet game. It has a bright eight-inch screen, long-lasting 4,080mAh battery, and 32GB of storage that can be expanded to 64GB.
The instant rebate is for $110 off when you switch, and you can choose between a $15 per month plan or a $30 per month one. Both options include unlimited data but for $30 per month, you’ll get HD-quality streaming.
5. Pay $25 per line and get four free Samsung Galaxy A20s when you switch
Our final deal is the best bet if you’re looking to switch your whole family to a new carrier. The plan is $25 per line and the phone is free.
When you switch to Metro by T-Mobile, you’ll pay just $25 per line per month for unlimited talk, text, and data and Metro will throw in four Samsung Galaxy A20 phones for free. It’s the easiest way to upgrade your entire family and fully immerse yourself in the Samsung Galaxy sphere.
See also: Best Samsung Galaxy deals
This is another in-store only deal so please make sure you’re following social distancing guidelines if you do need to switch right now.
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.