MetroPCS today added its latest Android handset, the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G, to its growing roster of 4G LTE smartphones. Priced at $169.99, the phone features a 3.65-inch display, a
MetroPCS today announced that they will be adding the Samsung Galaxy S III to its roster to this weekend, at select retail locations. Arriving at all stores and online come
T-Mobile USA has just published an official announcement on their company blog which details the impending merger with MetroPCS. As they put it, the combined entity will be the “leading
T-Mobile and MetroPCS have approved the combination of the two entities in what’s known as a reverse merger. According to sources familiar with the companies and their plans, MetroPCS will
If approved, the deal would see a larger 4th place carrier in the United States.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS are being tied to rumors this week that suggest the two carriers will merge to create a larger, fourth place wireless provider. T-Mobile currently serves around 33
MetroPCS has added yet another Android smartphone to its burgeoning roster, tapping the ZTE Anthem 4G for release over the coming weeks. As the first 4G LTE handset in the
MetroPCS today announced yet another affordable 4G LTE Android with the debut of the Coolpad Quattro 4G. As the second smartphone of its kind to cost less that $150, the
The FCC has helped to reveal an upcoming MetroPCS smartphone out of Chinese handset maker ZTE. According to PhoneScoop, the N910 will be feature a large display, Qualcomm MSM8660 processor, 5-megapixel
MetroPCS has unraveled a bunch of new “goodies” for it’s current and future customers! First on the list, and available as a promotion, is the carrier’s new 4G LTE. Customers
Several mid-range, Galaxy-branded Samsung phones have arisen today, and it looks like Sammy is shooting for multiple carriers at once here. Granted, each device is a little different from the next.
First smartphone in the U.S. to offer live, local broadcast television with Dyle mobile TV
MetroPCS is one of the leading regional carriers in USA and they are offering a bunch of good Android powered devices. Now it seems that they are looking forward to
The pre-pair carrier is offering the 4G LTE handset for $149 for a limited time.
Chinese manufacturer ZTE has confirmed the Android-based Score M (MetroPCS, ) handset is susceptible to a backdoor security hole. Once enabled, the bad guys could gain root access and add,