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MetroPCS now offering budget Android smartphones for just $29

MetroPCS, from today, is going to start offering three of its budget smartphones for just $29 to any new or existing customer signing up to one of its $50 or $60 plans. The devices on offer are the LG Optimus L70, Kyocera Hydro LIFE and the Alcatel One Touch Fierce 2. LG’s Optimus L70 features a 4.5-inch screen, 5MP camera, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 2,040 mAh battery and runs Android 4.4. KitKat. Alacatel’s OneTouch … [read full article]

MetroPCS launches new $50 unlimited 4G LTE plan

MetroPCS this morning announced that it’s launching the “undisputed best Unlimited LTE data plan” in the prepaid industry. For a limited time, customers can sign up and get unlimited LTE data for $50 per month. And if you sign up by April 5th, there’s no “pre-planned end date”, so you keep it. As well as kicking off these new unlimited plans, MetroPCS is offering a discount on a couple of budget smartphones. Customers … [read full article]

MetroPCS enters the tablet race with $149 Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7

T-Mobile announced this morning that MetroPCS is entering the tablet market for the first time. From today, you can stroll in to a MetroPCS store and walk out with the budget-friendly Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 for $149 (plus tax). T-Mo’s prepaid brand is also launching a range of great value data plans for tablets. Existing customers with a phone service will get a $5 discount on the tablet plans which (including the discount) … [read full article]

MetroPCS expands to 10 new markets, offers extra data free to customers

The MetroPCS team has been “crushing it” according to T-Mobile’s latest press release, and I’m inclined to agree. T-Mobile’s darker purple side is now available in ten new markets, and is celebrating by giving its customers extra data on the plans. MetroPCS customers on the $40 plan will get 1GB of data each month, doubling it from 500MB. $50 plan subscribers get an extra 500MB too, boosting their allowance from 2.5GB to 3GB … [read full article]

T-Mobile now #1 prepaid carrier, overtakes Sprint

T-Mobile today announced that it is now the biggest prepaid carrier in the States. It’s now ahead of Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. With a customer base of 15.64 million subscribers it’s 0.55 million ahead of Sprint in the prepaid market. AT&T and Verizon are both some way behind on 11.34 million and 6.04 million respectively. “The good news just keeps on coming for T-Mobile,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile US, … [read full article]

MetroPCS legacy network switch-off in Philadelphia scheduled for September 30

Ever since T-Mobile merged with MetroPCS last year, the two have been working together to replace the purple carrier’s old legacy network with a more modern LTE network. What that means is that in certain locations over the past 12 months, the old network has been switched off, freeing up some much needed spectrum for T-Mobile to use elsewhere. More recently, Las Vegas [read full article]

MetroGUARD, insurance from MetroPCS re-branding and price change from July 13

According to a PDF on MetroPCS’ website, the T-Mobile company will be making changes to its phone insurance plan from July 13. MetroGUARD will undergo something of a rebranding and price change. From July 13th, MetroGUARD will be no more. Instead, it’s being replaced by PHP (Premium Handset Protection) which offers the same coverage against damage, loss, theft and out-of-warranty faults. Along with the name change, premiums and deductibles are rising. … [read full article]

ZTE Concord II on its way to T-Mobile and Metro PCS, features 4-inch display, 5MP camera

Over the past couple of years a couple of Chinese brands have emerged from the darkness of manufacturing handsets for other brands, and instead producing phones with their own moniker stamped on the shell. One of those brands, ZTE, is set to launch and Android-powered phone on T-Mobile and MetroPCS. The Concord II smartphone is equipped with a 4-inch, 800×480 resolution display and a 5MP camera sensor. Powering this low-end device is a … [read full article]

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