It’s going to be extremely tricky for T-Mobile prepaid subsidiary MetroPCS to regain the trust of its millions of customers who recently risked personal data breaches, let alone recruit new followers. But a nice first step has been made, and until November 30, every Metro phone buyer automatically qualifies for a free second device.
No strings attached, obviously no lengthy contracts involved, just a good old-fashioned BOGO (buy one get one) deal, where the complimentary phone must be cheaper or of equal value than the handheld you’ll actually pay for.
Furthermore, the selection is limited to the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, Kyocera Hydro Wave, LG Leon LTE, and ZTE Obsidian. At a superficial glance, the Core Prime feels like your top choice, benefiting off stronger than ever brand recognition both stateside and globally.
But the Leon is pretty enticing too, with a compact design, pre-loaded Android 5.0 Lollipop goodies, quad-core punch, and 5MP LED flash rear camera. The Hydro Wave mainly targets fans of the outdoors, withstanding water and dust interaction, as well as mild shocks, while the Obsidian is 4G LTE-enabled, 5.1 Lollipop-powered, and fitted with 5 and 2MP cams.
Normally, the four’s no-contract prices range from $19 to $49, so you can get in on the promo by purchasing an Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL, HTC Desire 626s, Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, LG G Stylo, Samsung Galaxy S6 or, if you’re fans of redundancy, the same phone twice. Just be sure to do it in a retail store or at an authorized MetroPCS dealer, because it’s not valid online.