MetroPCS to start selling iPhones on July 1

By , Jun 30, 2016

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MetroPCS, a prepaid wireless carrier in the United States that is part of T-Mobile USA, will start selling Apple’s iPhones on July 1 in a limited number of retail stores in Florida. The program should expand nationwide following the Florida launch.

According to the official announcement from T-Mobile, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available for $649 and $749, respectively

The iPhone SE and iPhone 5s will be available for $349 and $199, respectively.

MetroPCS’s iPhone 6s pricing matches Apple’s full prices for contract-free iPhone 6s units. As for the iPhone 5s and iPhone SE, MetroPCS has lower prices. For instance, the iPhone SE costs $399 via Apple, but MetroPCS customers can get it at a $50 discount from the carrier. The iPhone 5s is no longer sold by Apple.

It’s unclear from the announcement when T-Mobile will start selling iPhones at MetroPCS stores. For more information, visit

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Digitalfeind

    That’s good for Metro. I know a lot of people that have metro and are tired of the crappy android phones they offer. Maybe now they will buy the iPhone instead.