MetroPCS Offering Buy One, Get One for Black Friday

November 19, 2015 - Written By Alexander Maxham

MetroPCS, who is the flagship prepaid brand for T-Mobile, has just announced that they are indeed bringing back their popular “Buy One, Get One” or BOGO, sale for Black Friday this year. So you’ll be able to buy any phone and get a choice of five phones for free. Those five phones include the ZTE Obsidian, LG 450, LG Leon, Kyocera Hydro Wave and the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime. Not exactly, MetroPCS’ high-end stuff, but for free, they aren’t bad at all.

Now there’s a catch here. You will need to activate both of these smartphones on one of MetroPCS’ new plans. That does save you on the cost of the phone, but it also brings you some fantastic new features that are part of MetroPCS’ announcements from earlier this week. Including Data Maximizer. Which optimizes data on their network so that your data will go up to 3x further. And who doesn’t want to get more data at the same price? Additionally, there is Music Unlimited, allowing you to listen to music from a variety of services for free, and without counting against your data plan. Definitely a good idea for anyone on MetroPCS.

This promotion is available beginning today, at participating retail stores nationwide. And will last through November 30th, which is Cyber Monday. So you’ve got about a week and a half to walk into a MetroPCS store and take part in this BOGO promo from MetroPCS who is the nation’s largest prepaid wireless carrier, and runs exclusively off of the T-Mobile network. Which T-Mobile has been touting as “Data Strong” in recent months. With their plans starting at $30 and ranging to $60 for truly unlimited LTE on T-Mobile’s network. It’s no wonder why MetroPCS is the number one prepaid brand these days. Those are some great prices, and with Data Maximizer and Music Unlimited included, it’s even better.

As Black Friday approaches next week, we’ll hear plenty more about Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. So you’ll want to make sure you are tuned into Android Headlines for all of the info, so you don’t miss a single deal in the world of tech.