today announced their intent to become one. The merger will see both companies keep the T-Mobile name going forward. The transaction was unanimously approved by MetroPCS and T-Mobile's board members.
T-Mobile USA, Deutsche Telekom, have confirmed that they are indeed looking to buyout and merge MetroPCS with T-Mobile here in the USA. Earlier we heard a few rumors of a possible buyout, but it has now been confirmed that the two companies are engaged in talks regarding a potential acquisition and merger.
Galaxy S III, but just in case you don't yet, you might be pleased that the flagship will be arriving at MetroPCS next month. The phone launched at most major carriers a few months back, but now it appears to be time for the budget carriers to get a piece of the action too. The Galaxy S III is already an incredibly popular smartphone, selling 20 million units since its launch earlier this year, and Samsung can definitely count on a sales boost by bringing the handset to MetroPCS.
now available for MetroPCS customers. The mid-range phone was first spotted last month as an upgrade to the original Optimus M, and it's available now for $129 without a contract. It won't wow anyone who's holding out for, say, the Optimus 4X HD, but it looks like a solid smartphone at a reasonable price.
Optimus M model, spotted by PocketNow and headed for MetroPCS sometime in the indeterminate future. It won't set the world on fire with its size or specs, but neither will it burn a hole in your wallet. At present there's no sate or price, but it should be pretty close to the original's $99 off contract.
Wildfire S has just been announced as available starting today headed to MetroPCS as their first HTC Android smartphone. Also available on T-Mobile and US Cellular the Wildfire S from MetroPCS will be only $179 without a contract. That is the outright price for this decent little phone.
first leaked online and it spilled the beans on all the details and specs including Gingerbread, and 4G LTE.