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Switching from T-mobile to metroPCS

Discussion in 'T-Mobile' started by Joshuah22a, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. Joshuah22a

    Joshuah22a Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    hey just wondering I was going to go back to metro from tmobile(I switched to tmob to buy the note3 new)

    so I want to bring the note3 on metro with the byod plan...I paid the device off and already got my unlock code from Samsung/tmob..

    so now my bill is already up on the tmob website for $85 which is due on the 3rd..

    I get paid on the second and I like my bill to always land on payday.. so I was wondering if I went to metro and ported my account back over with the # and pay the 60$ for the month.. would I still owe anything to tmob?(since there tech. prepaid)

  2. Rukbat

    Rukbat Extreme Android User

    If it's prepaid there's no "bill" on the site, it's a notice that it's $85 for the upcoming month.
  3. new optimus

    new optimus Android Expert

    When you port the number out from any company it automatically closes that account on that day.
  4. kate

    kate Dreaming of Bugdroid.

    To avoid paying anything else to T-Mobile, port your number before their next billing cycle starts.
  5. phillyundead

    phillyundead Well-Known Member

    You're really ohkay with the sluggish 3.5g internet? I left them because of false advertising.
  6. trim81

    trim81 Newbie

    metro uses the exact same towers as Tmob..exactly the same
  7. epp

    epp Well-Known Member

    At this time, metroPCS also operates its own LTE network (and legacy CDMA, which is being decommissioned next year).

    I believe metroPCS LTE customers have access to both their own and T-Mobile LTE. metro HSPA customers use T-Mobile's HSPA/GSM networks.

    When the metro CDMA network is decommissioned, I believe the spectrum will be re-purposed for LTE.

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