T-Mobile U.S. opens connectivity to Metro by T-Mobile customers

T-Mobile U.S. extended its involvement in the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to Metro by T-Mobile.  

All eligible Metro by T-Mobile customers, both new and existing, will be able to get free wireless services, from 27 January, with high-speed smartphone data or up to $30 off on all Metro by T-Mobile smartphone plans with data. Meanwhile, eligible users on Tribal Lands will be able to get up to $75 per month.  

As such, with the monthly ACP benefit applied to your account, customers will receive the following bundles, according to a press release by T-Mobile:  

-FREE unlimited calling and texting, and FREE 5GB of high-speed smartphone data  

-For just $10/month, get unlimited talk and text with up to 10GB of 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.  

-For just $20/month, get unlimited talk, text, and high-speed smartphone data, up to 5GB of high-speed hotspot data, and 100GB of Google One cloud storage.  

-For just $30/month, get Metro by T-Mobile’s top plan with 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 ($12.99/month value).  

– The last option is the existing Metro by T-Mobile customers can apply the ACP $30 monthly benefit to their current wireless plan with data.  

In addition, regarding the way to bridge the digital divide, T-Mobile stressed that “It is committed to bringing the power of the internet to everyone across America.  

T-Mobile Connect, the Un-carrier’s lowest-priced plan ever, was launched in parallel with the emergence of COVID-19 to help more people get and stay connected at just $15/month for unlimited talk and text.  

T-Mobile’s $10.7 billion investment is offered to help close the Homework Gap. At the same time, the Un-carrier provides free internet service and free mobile hotspots to under-connected households with qualified school-aged children, seeking to reach up to 10 million eligible households over five years.