It's been five years since T-Mobile officially acquired Metro PCS. Since then, both carriers have evolved, making things better for their customers. Today, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that Metro PCS would now become Metro by T-Mobile, and will feature two new plans.
Postpaid wireless services tend to offer more perks for their customers than pre-paid services. But, T-Mobile has not neglected Metro PCS over the years, giving consumers a great pre-paid option. Now, two new unlimited plan options will be available, bringing perks like Amazon Prime and Google One.
The Metro by T-Mobile Google One plan will start at $50 and will give subscribers access to online storage for images, documents, and more. That means you won't have to worry about losing pictures and videos, as your smartphone can be configured to back these things up.
The Amazon Prime plan that starts at $60 will include the Google One benefits, but will also give subscribers access to niceties related to Amazon Prime. As such, you'll be able to take advantage of free two-day shipping, gain access to the retail giant's streaming video service with content exclusives, and more. The new plan options are available today.