About this Deal
|1. Under the cheapest of Metro's newly announced unlimited plans, |
you'll pay $50 for a single line, $80 for two lines, or $140 for four.
Taxes and fees are included in this prices,
comes with 100 GB of cloud storage and mobile backup through Google One.
up to 5 GB of higher-speed LTE with other devices as a mobile hotspot.
No contract is required.
The second plan, also contract-free, ups the price by $10.
$60 for a single line, $90 for two, or $150 for four.
triple the LTE allotment for a mobile hotspot,
free Amazon Prime, including access to all the Prime video and music available to other Prime members, plus free one- or two-day shipping on some of the produces you purchase on Amazon. It typically costs $119 a year for Prime.
HD video streams are limited to lower-resolution 480p.
During periods of network congestion, customers who use more than 35 GB of data during a month may be throttled, or slowed down, until the next billing cycle.
Metro by T-Mobile is keeping existing Metro plans in the lineup, though they don't include unlimited data or the Google One or Amazon Prime benefits. Starting price: $30 for a single line with 2 GB of data.
Metro by T-Mobile launches next month
Starting next month, customers can choose from two new unlimited plans featuring Amazon Prime and Google One:
Amazon Prime -
The highest tier of the new Metro by T-Mobile plans will now include Amazon Prime - All the Benefits of Amazon and WholeFoods
First with Google One -
only wireless provider to offer plans with Google One. Google One is a plan that gives you expanded storage that you can share with your family, direct access to Google experts and other members-only benefits across Google â€“ and, it comes with mobile backup so you can securely back up your phone's photos, videos and multimedia messages sent via Android Messages.