MetroPCS already has competitive rates but they have streamlined their rates to make things easier for the end user. Instead of worrying about talk and text, all the variations involve changes in data.
ZTE Avid 4G arrives on MetroPCS, offers LTE and ICS for just $149
A merger with well-established regional carrier MetroPCS is very close to happening, but that’s not all T-Mobile is counting upon to get back in the fight. We also know the carrier’s radical views on the iPhones are slowly, but surely shifting, while an LTE rollout is bound to happen next year.
Samsung’s Galaxy Admire 4G is now available on MetroPCS for $169 off-contract
Is there still a market for a “mini” Android phone? MetroPCS seems to think so. If you’re looking for an unlocked Android smartphone with a small-ish screen, you’ll be happy to hear that MetroPCS has added the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G to its lineup.
ZTE Avid 4G for MetroPCS leaked, an ICS phone with possibly a 4-inch display
If you’re looking to get a 4G-equipped phone on MetroPCS that won’t put too much pressure on your budget, you might want to add the ZTE Avid 4G to the wish list. Thanks to the ever-resourceful folks at @evleaks, the Avid 4G has made its first pictorial debut online.
MetroPCS customers are now a part of the Google Wallet family
Some surprising things have happened surrounding Sprint over the past few days. According to comments made by Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, we may not have seen the last of them either.
MetroPCS to start selling prepaid Samsung Galaxy S3 on October 22 for $499
We’ve known ever since last month that MetroPCS was planning to join the Samsung Galaxy S3 fun starting “in October”, but the exact release date and pricing were kept under wraps. Now all that’s been revealed, so whoever was waiting to get its hands on a prepaid version of everybody’s favorite super-phone should have his or hers financial ducks in a row come Monday.
T-Mobile, MetroPCS merger could be delayed by lawsuit
Last year Deutsche Telecom attempted to unload T-Mobile in a merger with AT&T, only to see that fall through. Now it seems that the T-Mobile and MetroPCS reverse merger might be in danger as well. A new lawsuit has been filed against MetroPCS, T-Mobile, the MetroPCS board, and Deutsche Telekom. Who is behind the lawsuit? Apparently MetroPCS shareholders that feel the deal isn't in their best interest.
T-Mobile/MetroPCS merger more and more likely, could close in Q2 2013