T-Mobile launched eSIM support for the new iPhones and these are the plans that everyone has to deal with now. Something about them doesn't make sense.
Also on our show, Qualcomm is batting up at Apple while hoping to get back together with it and the executive crises at Facebook.
New unlimited data plans also come with Google's cloud storage and, if you really want to stretch your dollar, an Amazon Prime subscription.
And when will these networks also have the cellular-enabled Apple Watch Series 4? We have a list and we're keeping track of deals popping up.
You'll have to be switching from another network to get it for free and the Alcatel 7 looks to be something that may punch above its original value.
If you don't have much to spare on a new phone this school year, MetroPCS has ways of getting you into its doors.
Essentially identical to the international Q Stylus, the LG Stylo 4 appears to be packing more memory on Cricket than MetroPCS at a higher price point.
A US-only version of the recently unveiled international LG Q Stylus is apparently coming to MetroPCS soon with LG Stylo 4 branding.
If you're willing to call your service provider and hassle them for your unlock code, it could even be free. Check out the step-by-step instructions below for the best ways to get your Samsung Galaxy S9 SIM unlock code.
All hackers had to do is find the site on a search engine, input a customer's phone number and reap the data. A similar sort of bug was found last fall and back in 2015 at this company.
He sees the merger as a crisis and an opportunity to protect the prepaid wireless market from data price gouging and reduction of choice.
Technically, you have to pay for your first two months of unlimited MetroPCS service before receiving $100 back, but free money is always a good deal.
Every season is gift-giving season at T-Mobile and MetroPCS, including tax season, during which you can get a number of free or at least heavily discounted smartphones.
But you'll have to bring over a number from another carrier in order to take advantage of the deal and a free Android phone, too.
The LG Aristo 2 looks a lot like its predecessor, launching at MetroPCS for a starting price of $59 with Android Nougat, a user-removable battery, and facial recognition.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to buy an iPhone 8 or one of many flagship Androids from T-Mobile, and receive a second unit free of charge.
And customers have a choice of three Android devices per line they can pick up for free. It's fisticuffs with MetroPCS for the holidays.
MetroPCS sets a new standard for unlimited family affordability, free phones thrown in for switchers
Four unlimited lines of MetroPCS prepaid service are only $100 a month in total right now, with a bunch of free phones up for grabs for switchers.
Boost Mobile's "Unlimited Gigs" are still $50 a month for a single user, but the second, third, fourth and fifth service line only cost $25 each.
Up for pre-order online at MetroPCS today, the $129 ZTE Blade Z Max is a pretty spectacular Android mid-ranger, huge battery and all.
If you thought the Moto E4 was affordable on Verizon, Amazon or Republic Wireless, check out this MetroPCS launch deal. It's almost too good to be true.
MetroPCS badly wants you to switch over to T-Mobile's daughter network, giving away two LG K20 Plus units for every two new service lines.
It doesn't look very "premium", and it's certainly no powerhouse, but the Nougat-powered Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime is still a T-Mo and Metro bargain.
We're fairly confident a budget-friendly ZTE ZMax Pro 2 is right around the corner, running Android 7.1 Nougat out the box, and packing an SD625 SoC.