MetroPCS Switchers To Get Free Year Of Amazon Prime And A Free Phone

MetroPCS Offering Switchers Free Phone And Subscription To Amazon Prime
MetroPCS Offering Switchers Free Phone And Subscription To Amazon Prime

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For a limited time, MetroPCS is now offering a free year of Amazon Prime valued at $99, and a free Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime valued at $209 to those who make the switch to MetroPCS and signup with an unlimited LTE plan.

MetroPCS is owned by T-Mobile and thus service is provided on the T-Mobile network.

MetroPCS offers two unlimited 4G LTE data plans.  One plan is priced at $50/month and includes unlimited talk, text and data but no mobile hotspot.  Another unlimited plan priced at $60/month includes unlimited hotspot with the first 10 GB at 4G LTE data speeds before throttling.

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MetroPCS's phone plans include taxes and fees in the prices shown.  Like all unlimited data plans, subscribers may have their speeds deprioritized once they consume a certain amount of data in a month.  MetroPCS users who consume more than 32 GB of high speed data in a month may notice their speeds temporarily slowed down during times of heavy network congestion.  Additionally, during times of heavy network traffic, MetroPCS customers may observe slower data speeds than their T-Mobile counterparts.

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About The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime features the following:

  • 5.5" 1080p screen
  • Exynos 7870 octa-core 1.6 GHz processor
  • 16GB of internal storage expandable with a microSD card
  • 3GB RAM
  • 8MP dual main camera with f/1.9 aperture
  • 5MP selfie camera
  • 3300 mAh battery
  • Android Marshmallow, upgradable to Nougat
  • Regularly priced at $209, free when you switch to MetroPCS

In addition to the free Amazon Prime subscription and phone, MetroPCS continues to offer its 4 lines of unlimited data for $100 promotion.

Eligibility Requirements And Activation

To get the free phone, you must port into MetroPCS with a number that is not currently active on the T-Mobile network.  If you're currently a MetroPCS customer or just someone activating a new line of service, you can still get $110 off the regular purchase price of the phone.

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To get the free year of Amazon Prime, you must redeem your Amazon Prime membership code and agree to terms of service by 12/31/19.  Your membership to Amazon Prime will automatically renew after one year and you will be billed for the service unless you cancel it.  You free Amazon membership code cannot be transferred or resold.

All offers are available in store only.

Activation

Submit your information to www.redeemyouroffers.com/samsung using offer code SMPAP.  Within a week you'll get an email with a link to get your year of Amazon Prime On MetroPCS.  You'll then be able to visit the Amazon Prime website where you can enter your code and activate service.





Category  Metro By T-Mobile
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How do I get the prime membership

Julie Nixon
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Julie Nixon

I’ll be filing a complaint to the FCC, BBB, Rip-off Reports & make a lot of noise to all that will listen

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Julie Nixon

Much as I disliked Straight Talk, I’ll be going back. All the extra data & free perks (Amazon Prime) mean absolutely NOTHING when you can’t access any of it. Your stupid canned messages on your chat assistant blow too. Sure you’ll call…NOT! I’m going to expose your scam.

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Im with you Julie. I switched to metro in July and haven’t been able to get on Amazon prime. Amazon says I’m not a prime member. My Metro says I’m already registered. I was supposed to get a text i guess from the rep at the store with info. Damn sure are clueless on the online support page. Have tried to call metro store that I went to originally and they never answer the phone and don’t have voicemail setup so I guess I’m screwed I’m thinking about going back to boost myself screwed this!