11 thoughts on “Metro PCS Makes A Wireless Leap”

  1. I was surprised to see a Metro PCS Authorized dealer in Anaheim California. I plan to stop by next time I’m in the area because I didn’t think they expanded down to there.

    1. metro pcs service is great but that also depends on where u live. I live in Detroit Michigan and have had metro pcs for about two years I get great receiption everywhere but in my house.

    2. I had metro pcs since 2005 and was very satisfied with their service and connections. but in 09 i switched to verizon because of the decoy…wrong moved. after a month with verizon my bill went up to 250.oo, ouch. so i switched back to metro and never gonna leave them anymore.

  2. The Metro PCS site is pretty interesting. The plans are reasonable and flexible. The international long distance rates are shockingly low for a mobile provider. Too bad its handset offerings are pretty poor. I’m curious to see how the company will change. Until I read this article, I always thought of Metro PCS as CDMA Hut.

  3. Metro PCS offers 5 basic pre-paid plans with no long term contract. They provide voice TXT and limited VOD. It depends on the handset you purchase, as their sites states “Our cellular plans from MetroPCS offers talk-all-you-want service in five basic cellular plans priced at $30, $35, $40, $45 or $50 – options and services vary depending on the level of service you choose. MetroPCS has more than 3 million subscribers and offers customers flat rate cellular plans with unlimited minutes, no signed contracts, no activation fees and your first month of service FREE!”

  4. Can anyone give me information on how to become a Metro PCS authorized dealer? I am interested in opening a store here in Noth Hollywood!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.