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metroPCS News, page 2

Budget operators keep shocking Wall Street

It was another quarter of shocks and surprises for small budget wireless operators offering cheap mobile plans. AT&T (T) and Verizon Wireless (VZ) chugged along during the spring quarter, but MetroPCS (PCS) and >>

MetroPCS interested in buying AT&T/T-Mobile assets

MetroPCS is interested in purchasing spectrum and subscribers from AT&T and T-Mobile, Bloomberg said Friday. Leap Wireless and Dish Network were also approached and Leap may still be interested in making an offer. >>

MetroPCS’ Samsung Forte LTE handset rears its head

Blog Samsung Hub has an image of what its source claims is the Samsung Forte, a full-QWERTY Android set destined for pre-paid wireless carrier MetroPCS. The device purportedly packs a 1GHz Snapdragon processor >>

MetroPCS announces its first Android phone, the LG Optmus M

LG’s Optimus One family of affordable and successful Android smartphones gained its newest member Monday morning as MetroPCS announced the upcoming availability of the LG Optimus M. When it launches later this month >>

Samsung Contour for MetroPCS available now, $49

Samsung announced Monday the addition of the Samsung Contour to MetroPCS’ lineup of affordable feature phones. While the Contour is short on bells and whistles, it will certainly be a great option for >>