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Deutsche Telekom plans to merge T-Mobile, MetroPCS

by: J. Angelo RacomaOctober 3, 2012
Reports have it that Deutsche Telekom is planning to acquire super-regional carrier MetroPCS. While Deutsche Telekom's planned sell-off of its T-Mobile subsidiary to AT&T last year did not push through, will the company succeed in merging T-Mobile with MetroPCS?
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MetroPCS looking for Sprint, T-Mobile, or Dish to buy them out

by: Joe HindySeptember 30, 2012
There's talk around the rumor mill that T-Mobile, Sprint, and the Dish Network may be looking to buy out MetroPCS. Given their size, MetroPCS would be an excellent augmentation to any current network or a great base to build a new network. Which company will buy MetroPCS?
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Samsung Galaxy S3 officially coming to MetroPCS in October, pricing not yet revealed

by: AdrianSeptember 27, 2012
There are several decent smartphones being sold by the number six carrier in the States, as well as very many budget-friendly handhelds, but they all lack the pizazz of a flagship or “hero” device. No worries, because Samsung will come to the rescue soon, making the Galaxy S3 even more available to the masses.
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ZTE Anthem 4G announced and headed to MetroPCS

by: Joe HindySeptember 20, 2012
The ZTE Anthem 4G has been announced and it is headed for MetroPCS. It will be the smart phone maker's first LTE-enabled device and despite some mid-range specification, it could be a big hit with the smaller carrier.
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MetroPCS launches budget-friendly Coolpad Quattro 4G for just $99 with no contract

by: AdrianAugust 28, 2012
MetroPCS is not exactly known for offering a very wide range of smartphones, but we’ve heard a couple of rumors for the past month or so that the number six US carrier was looking to really strengthen its gadget line-up. The mid-range Galaxy S Lightray 4G and LG Motion 4G have already been released, and now the entry-level Coolpad Quattro 4G has itself been put up for sale.
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Confirmed: upcoming MetroPCS smartphone lineup to include Galaxy S3

by: AdrianAugust 22, 2012
A certain “beast” you might have heard of quite a bit could help MetroPCS boost its numbers over the next few months, having now been confirmed as hitting the regional carrier. The Samsung Galaxy S3 won’t be the only new phone to be released by MetroPCS this fall, but will certainly capture the spotlight.
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Upcoming mid-range Samsung phone review

by: AdrianAugust 21, 2012
We know that Sammy leads when talking about sales of mid-range or entry-level phones, which is why it’s very nice to hear the Android king is looking to strengthen its position in those market niches. The guys at The Verge have been tipped from anonymous sources about no less than five new mid-rangers from Samsung.
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MetroPCS launches the LG Motion 4G for $150, unlimited plan offered for $55 a month

by: Bams SadewoAugust 21, 2012
MetroPCS has officially added the LG Motion 4G to its lineup today. The phone’s 4G radio isn’t the only thing that the carrier is touting, as the phone holds the honor of being MetroPCS’ first to feature Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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MetroPCS launches US’ first commercially available VoLTE network

by: Mike AndriciAugust 8, 2012

MetroPCS, the sixth largest wireless carrier in the US by number of current subscribers, has recently announced the launch of the “world’s first” commercial VoLTE network. For the time being, the only VoLTE capable handset is a modified version of the LG Connect 4G, but MetroPCS has promised to bring more VoLTE compatible smartphones to their offerings in the following weeks.

Note that Sotuh Korea’s SK Telecom made a similar announcement just yesterday. The Koreans said that they would offer a VoLTE service starting today, so MetroPCS’s “world’s first” claim should be taken with a grain of salt.

According to the official press [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G is now official, up for sale at MetroPCS for $459

by: AdrianAugust 3, 2012

The Android guessing game is only charming when its protagonist is a high-end device of sorts, so it should come as no surprise that MetroPCS and Samsung have gone up and made the Galaxy S Lightray 4G official less than a week after the handheld’s first online leak mention.

The 4.3-incher is already up for grabs for $459 with no contract, but, of course, you’ll need to sign up for a MetroPCS plan to actually be able to use the phone. The most affordable such plan is the $40 per month one, which offers unlimited talk, text and data, but only the first 250 MB of your monthly network consumption available at “blazing-fast 4G LTE [...]

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