Metro PCS

MetroPCS announces $50 promotional plan including unlimited data

MetroPCS is rolling out a new service plan for customers who are looking to get unlimited data. The promotion of the service plan has customers dishing out $50 per month - giving subscribers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. The promotion is followed by fine details but nothing in a sense where you would be receiving hidden charges. Simply stated, you need to sign up before April 5, own a certified metroPCS phone, and you cant BYOD (bring your own device).

ZTE Concord II announced for T-Mobile and MetroPCS

ZTE has announced another handset today, the Concord II. This one will be available with T-Mobile and MetroPCS and touts itself as offering "even more value with a customizable Android experience." T-Mobile will have the handset available online beginning today, and MetroPCS will have it available in stores and online beginning on May 19th.

Samsung Galaxy S5 now available with MetroPCS

MetroPCS has become the latest US carrier to announce the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S5. They have the Galaxy S5 in black, and sitting priced at $649. Purchases can be made online and in retail stores. Customers can then pair the Galaxy S5 with the contract-free MetroPCS plans which begin at $40 per month.

Kyocera Hydro XTRM arrives with MetroPCS

Kyocera has handsets that aren't waterproof, however it seems most of what we have been seeing lately are models that can handle being submerged in water. We have reviewed a few here, and we got a first look at the Hydro EDGE and Hydro XTRM way back in May. At the time Kyocera was showing the handset and while they shared details on the specs, there wasn't much in the way of specific release dates. Well, it looks like MetroPCS has launched Hydro XTRM.
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