MetroPCS Expands 4G LTE to Four New Territories

Paul Lilly

MetroPCS continues to shuttle its no annual contract 4G LTE service into more locations, with the latest expansion effort focusing on Atlanta, Jacksonville, Miami, and Orlando metropolitan areas, the wireless carrier announced . Customers in these and other 4G areas can access the high-speed network on the Samsung Craft, the first and so far the only commercially available 4G LTE handset, MetroPCS says.

"We continue to expand our network so more customers can experience the only no annual contract, unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE Web browsing service available today," said Roger D. Linquist, president, CEO, and chairman of MetroPCS. "MetroPCS is giving customers everything they want -- an affordable 4G LTE phone, more choices, and the best value in 4G LTE service to stay connected, be entertained, and do more -- without sacrificing time or money."

4G LTE plans start at $40 through MetroPCS, which includes unlimited talk, text, and Web. There are also $50 and $60 plans which up the ante with additional goodies like instant messaging, unlimited email access, and 4G On Demand with MetroSTUDIO ($60 plan). All three plans included unlimited YouTube.

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