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    4 lines of Unlimited for $100 a month is back

    https://www.metropcs.com/4-for-100.h...e|main|4for100

    Gotta love “Metro Rewards”!

    Additional info: The discount is $60 off per phone per ported line. So if one wanted something else besides the free phones, just deduct $60 off the price of any other phone (including iPhones).
    Last edited by bakedapple; 01-23-2018 at 10:55 AM. Reason: Added info.

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    The four lines of unlimited plus tethering for $135 was their best deal, in my opinion (it was really $60 plus $25 for each additional line). There weren't even any requirements for porting in lines either.

    I hope that plan comes back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDubTrey View Post
    The four lines of unlimited plus tethering for $135 was their best deal, in my opinion (it was really $60 plus $25 for each additional line). There weren't even any requirements for porting in lines either.

    I hope that plan comes back.
    That would be fantastic, yes.

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    They brought it back because Cricket didn’t cancel their promo.
    Cheap calling cards now available! Click here!

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    I've got 4 lines on the $100 from last year. Since this came back would it be possible to add a 5th line for $25 for a total of $125? Anyone know before I attempt to ask them. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100South View Post
    I've got 4 lines on the $100 from last year. Since this came back would it be possible to add a 5th line for $25 for a total of $125? Anyone know before I attempt to ask them. Thanks.
    Yes it is.

    I currently have 3 lines on my account. I just called my local Metro store and asked if I ported 1 or 2 more lines into my account, was the $25/line price with a free phone possible.

    Reply: “Yes.”

    Time for some more free phones that = free service. Ain’t “Metro Rewards” great?!?!

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    Must be (purposely speed capped) slow in Cricketland; they can’t stay in their insane asylum...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakedapple View Post
    Yes it is.

    I currently have 3 lines on my account. I just called my local Metro store and asked if I ported 1 or 2 more lines into my account, was the $25/line price with a free phone possible.

    Reply: “Yes.”

    Time for some more free phones that = free service. Ain’t “Metro Rewards” great?!?!
    Thanks for the info

    Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100South View Post
    Thanks for the info

    Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
    You’re welcome.

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    It would have to be a ported number in order for it to work because the system won't show them plans unless its ported

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakedapple View Post
    https://www.metropcs.com/4-for-100.h...e|main|4for100

    Gotta love “Metro Rewards”!

    Additional info: The discount is $60 off per phone per ported line. So if one wanted something else besides the free phones, just deduct $60 off the price of any other phone (including iPhones).
    You can actually get $120 off the phone for the port in credit starting today. So the new Samsung J7 32gb black would be free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1918 View Post
    You can actually get $120 off the phone for the port in credit starting today. So the new Samsung J7 32gb black would be free!
    Really? Well, that’s cool!!!

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    yeah it's a really good promotion

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1918 View Post
    yeah it's a really good promotion
    Is the $120/line port in credit YMMV? I called 2 stores near me (Boston, MA area) and they’re both reporting $60/line ported in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakedapple View Post
    Is the $120/line port in credit YMMV? I called 2 stores near me (Boston, MA area) and they’re both reporting $60/line ported in.
    Actually I'm sorry it doesn't start until tomorrow 1/25/18

    What is YMMV?

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