MetroPCS
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MetroPCS T-Mobile MVNO
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MetroPCS Cell Phone Plans

Provider
Talk
Text
Data
Price
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MetroPCS 30

Network Used: T-Mobile

Unlimited
Unlimited
2 GB
$30
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MetroPCS 40

Network Used: T-Mobile

Unlimited
Unlimited
5 GB
$40
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MetroPCS 50

Network Used: T-Mobile

Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited GB
$50
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MetroPCS Unlimited

Network Used: T-Mobile

Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited GB
$60
   

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Company Highlights

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Year Founded: 1994
Networks Used: T-Mobile
Support For BYOD: Yes
Sells Phones: Yes
All Taxes And Fees Included In Price? Yes

Contact Information

Website:
Phone Number: 1-888-863-8768
Address/Headquarters:

2250 Lakeside Blvd
Richardson, TX 75082
United States

Social Media Accounts

Facebook
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Twitter

Things To Know About MetroPCS

MetroPCS originally launched in 1994 as General Wireless INC, which was a company whose purpose was to bid on, and acquire and operate broadband PCS licenses 1)source.

General Wireless INC changed its name to MetroPCS INC in 1999 2)Bloomberg and the company provided cellular service as a CDMA network.

In 2007 MetroPCS became a publicly traded company when it launched its IPO. 3)Reuters

In 2010 MetroPCS made history by becoming the first carrier in the USA to offer service on an LTE network with an LTE handset 4)Gigaom.

Shortly thereafter, in 2012, the company reached a deal with T-Mobile to merge to help T-Mobile better compete with other national providers.  In 2015 MetroPCS’s legacy CDMA network was fully shutdown and replaced by T-Mobile’s LTE network.  Today MetroPCS operates as a no contract prepaid MVNO that is still owned by T-Mobile.

MetroPCS cell phone plans can be purchased online through MetroPCS and are available from various brick and mortar retail stores. Network speeds are equivalent to T-Mobile’s.

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Fine Print/Sources   [ + ]

1.source
2.Bloomberg
3.Reuters
4.Gigaom

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