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At this price, the ZTE Zmax Pro could be Android’s budget king

At this price, the ZTE Zmax Pro could be Android’s budget king

What does $99 get you in a smartphone? If MetroPCS is your carrier of choice, the answer could be the ZTE Zmax Pro, a 6-inch phablet that pairs its big display with a surprisingly small price. Revealed today, the Zmax Pro eschews 720p in favor of 1080p Full HD, still a fairly rare decision for a cheap device.

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iPhone lineup lands at MetroPCS stores across the US

iPhone lineup lands at MetroPCS stores across the US

If you're one of the many who have been waiting for the iPhone to arrive at MetroPCS, your time has finally come. The carrier announced today that most of the current iPhone lineup will be launching at stores across the US this weekend, giving customers the chance to buy one in-store or (presumably) online. The iPhones available at MetroPCS include the 6s, 6s Plus, SE, and 5s, with the standard iPhone 6 and 6 Plus notably missing from the list.

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LG Stylo 2 Plus hits MetroPCS packing 5.7-inch screen and 1.4GHz CPU

LG Stylo 2 Plus hits MetroPCS packing 5.7-inch screen and 1.4GHz CPU

A new smartphone has landed on the metroPCS network for fans of pre-paid devices to pick up. The smartphone is called the LG Stylo 2 Plus and its main feature is a big 5.7-inch HD resolution screen using TFT IPS in-cell display tech. One of the important features of that screen is that you can draw or write on it using an integrated stylus.

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iPhone coming to MetroPCS tomorrow, but only in Florida

iPhone coming to MetroPCS tomorrow, but only in Florida

MetroPCS will start offering its customers the iPhone tomorrow, but it’ll only be available to those located in Florida. The T-Mobile subsidiary will offer the retired iPhone 5s as well as the newer and similarly sized iPhone SE. If you’re keen on the prepaid carrier but don’t want a tiny or older iPhone, you’ll also have the option of buying an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, though you’ll have to pay the full price for the handset upfront.

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MetroPCS gets Music Unlimited: streaming doesn’t count against data limits

MetroPCS gets Music Unlimited: streaming doesn’t count against data limits

US pre-paid carrier MetroPCS has just announced a new package aimed at users who frequently stream music. Dubbed "Music Unlimited," the plans allow customers unlimited use of streaming music services, all without counting towards their mobile data limits. The feature is actually a hand-me-down from parent company T-Mobile, which offers the same thing as Music Freedom.

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MetroPCS website gave hackers easy access to 10 million subscribers’ data

MetroPCS website gave hackers easy access to 10 million subscribers’ data

It seems that poor security and engineering behind the website of US carrier MetroPCS would've allowed hackers to make off with the personal data of over 10 million subscribers. At least, until it was fixed just earlier this month. In a new report from Motherboard, it was revealed that a pair of security researchers discovered a bug in the MetroPCS website that left data including customer's addresses and their phone's serial number exposed to cybercriminals.

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NUU Z8 flagship Android: silent up-and-comer

NUU Z8 flagship Android: silent up-and-comer

The folks at NUU Mobile have a new smartphone for the United States, one by the name of NUU Z8. Have you heard of NUU before? No? You're not alone. This smartphone company isn't the type that competes directly with the likes of Samsung and Apple. Instead, they create smartphones inside the United States that are unlocked and available to work on a wide variety of networks. Everything from AT&T to metroPCS to Cricket Wireless to T-Mobile, with a whole lot more in-between.

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MetroPCS unveils a suprisingly low prepaid plan promo

MetroPCS unveils a suprisingly low prepaid plan promo

It might not exactly be part of its "Un-carrier" marketing, but T-Mobile's prepaid arm is definitely getting into the spirit. Starting today, subscribers can walk into any MetroPCS store or authorized dealer to pick up a new prepaid plan that will get them unlimited text, unlimited voice, and unlimited data. All for just the price of $30 a month, which is quite an insane low price for those who don't want a contract, are on a tight budget, but still want the clout and backing of a known name like T-Mobile.

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MetroPCS launches new unlimited 4G LTE plan

MetroPCS launches new unlimited 4G LTE plan

Prepaid carriers aren't for everyone, but they offer perks that some users find more appealing than what they'd otherwise get with one of the big carriers. Often those perks include less expensive monthly service plans, something MetroPCS -- one of several better known prepaid carriers -- has targeted with its new monthly option. As of now, subscribers can get unlimited 4G LTE data for $50/month over T-Mobile's network, eclipsing the rate for unlimited 4G LTE data available through T-Mobile itself and many others.

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Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 tablet arrives at MetroPCS

Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 tablet arrives at MetroPCS

MetroPCS users have gotten a new prepaid tablet option, with T-Mobile announcing that the budget-range Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7 slate has arrived at its prepaid stores. This brings a prepaid option for those who want a tablet with a data plan sans contract, and is a direct jab at competing services, with T-Mobile's John Legere saying, "We are blazing trails again – this time with tablets for the prepaid market through MetroPCS. Want a tablet from Boost or Cricket? They've got nothing."

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Lumia 635 for T-Mobile and MetroPCS: pricing, availability detailed

Lumia 635 for T-Mobile and MetroPCS: pricing, availability detailed

The Nokia Lumia 635 introduced this past spring was promised for both T-Mobile and MetroPCS, but neither pricing nor specific availability were revealed at the time of announcement. That changed today, with T-Mobile revealing both how much the phone will cost and when it will be available for both carriers.

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T-Mobile interested in iPhone for MetroPCS, and this time it’s possible

T-Mobile interested in iPhone for MetroPCS, and this time it’s possible

The iPhone is a coveted device, by both consumers and carriers. Launched on AT&T, it wasn’t long before Verizon swallowed their bloatware and jumped on board as well. T-Mobile followed years later, as did Sprint. Now it seems as though T-Mobile is once again discussing bringing the iPhone to Metro PCS.

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