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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 flicks LTE-switch on in Tampa

The nation’s fifth largest wireless provider — MetroPCS — announced the addition of Tampa, Florida to its LTE portfolio. “As we have built-out our 4G LTE service across the nation, we continue to be >>

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 4G LTE network now live in San Francisco

Despite being slightly overshadowed by a certain announcement from Verizon Wireless, MetroPCS announced Wednesday the launch of its “4G” LTE network in San Francisco and the surrounding areas. San Francisco joins Los Angeles >>

MetroPCS launches nationwide coverage, LTE in L.A. and Philadelphia

MetroPCS, America’s fifth largest wireless provider, today announced that it is expanding its unlimited wireless service coverage. Via a press release, the company writes: “MetroPCS Communications, Inc. announced its subscribers will be able >>

MetroPCS flips switch on LTE in Detroit

Via a press release, pre-paid wireless carrier MetroPCS has announced the addition of a third city to its U.S., LTE portfolio, Detroit. “With a state-of-the-art 4G LTE network and an advanced entertainment handset >>