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MetroPCS Lights Up L.A. and Philadelphia with LTE

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Nov 4, 2010, 7:14 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

MetroPCS today announced that it has added the Los Angeles and Philadelphia markets to its small but growing Long Term Evolution footprint. MetroPCS customers in those markets will be able to purchase the Samsung Craft for $300 after rebate. LTE service is available from MetroPCS without a contract. MetroPCS also announced expanded coverage with its new Metro USA nationwide service. MetroPCS says it now provides service covering 90% of all Americans. Metro USA coverage is available starting today at no extra cost to MetroPCS customers.

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acdc1a

Nov 4, 2010, 7:58 AM

Way to Go Metro!

Now I can't see anywhere on the map where I wouldn't be covered that I travel to. Now, let's just get the rest of your markets lit up with LTE and give me some Android phones to use on LTE.
acdc1a said:
Now I can't see anywhere on the map where I wouldn't be covered that I travel to. Now, let's just get the rest of your markets lit up with LTE and give me some Android phones to use on LTE.


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Mark_S

Nov 5, 2010, 9:01 AM

Hello Hello Hello......

To come this far for a built from the ground up carrier is quite admirable.
Sprint is the only other carrier that has not been formed from mergers.
T-Mobile formerly Voicestream formerly Omnipoint had a similar beginning as well.
Hopefully Metro and Sprint get more Android phones and concentrate on the dependability and performance of their network platforms.
Potential is limitless.
 
 
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