Metro by T-Mobile is now charging a $15 fee every time you switch phones

T-Cellular refreshed its MetroPCS sub-brand previous this 12 months, converting its title to Metro by way of T-Cellular and introducing new plans. The provider persevered to supply the bottom 2GB knowledge plan for $30, whilst rolling out extra attractive choices within the type of a $60 plan that presented limitless LTE knowledge, 100GB of Google One garage, and a loose subscription to Amazon High.

On the other hand, it now looks as if Metro by way of T-Cellular is charging a $15 rate for switching units. A Reddit thread from November (by way of Pay as you go Telephone Information) means that the $15 fee was once in impact for a while now, however you must get the associated fee waived off by way of speaking to customer support.

The way in which Metro works is that you must both stroll into a shop or communicate to customer support when switching your SIM in order that the provider can sign up the brand new software’s IMEI along with your telephone quantity. However with customer support now not in a position to waive the associated fee, you will have to shell out the $15 fee each and every time you turn between telephones you already personal.

MVNOs have won momentum in recent times as they provide extra flexibility in pricing, however anti-consumer strikes like this do not encourage a large number of self assurance. Fortunately, there is not any scarcity of choices on this area.

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