T-Mobile has brought the Federal Affordable Connectivity Program to Metro. The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) helps low-income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devices.
Starting Jan. 27, new and existing eligible Metro by T-Mobile customers can get FREE wireless service with OR get up to $30 off (up to $75 off for tribal lands) on all of Metro by T-Mobile’s smartphone plans with data.
The monthly ACP benefit provides eligible customers with: FREE unlimited calling and texting, and FREE 5GB of high-speed smartphone data. Customers can also “upgrade” to:
- Unlimited talk and text with up to 10GB high-speed smartphone data. Or get unlimited talk, text and high-speed smartphone data when you activate through Walmart or switch to Metro by T-Mobile. ($10/month)
- Unlimited talk, text and high-speed smartphone data, up to 5GB of high-speed hotspot data and 100GB of Google One cloud storage. ($20/month)
- Unlimited talk, text and high-speed smartphone data; up to 15GB of high-speed hotspot data; 100GB Google One cloud storage and an Amazon Prime subscription ($30/month).
- Existing Metro by T-Mobile customers can apply the ACP $30 monthly benefit to their current wireless plan with data.
New and existing customers can get approved for the ACP through the National Verifier and then visit a Metro by T-Mobile store to apply the discount to their service.
Link to Press Release is HERE
Link to rate plans – HERE
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