Earlier this month we got a tip from reliable source that the LG Optimus L90 and LG Optimus L70 were on their way to the US and expected to land on T-Mobile and Metro PCS, respectively. As always, we didn’t miss the chance to report about upcoming new phones coming to the market. Unsurprisingly, the rumors proved to be fairly accurate and both phones appeared today in carriers’ stores.
What would we do without @evleaks? For starters, we wouldn’t be informed that two mid-tier LG phones are on their way to two US carriers. Now that press images have leaked out, thanks to @evleaks of course, we know that the LG L90 is heading to T-Mobile and the LG L70 is en route to Metro PCS. The bigger of the two, LG L90, is rumored to make its appearance on April 23rd. The Metro PCS-bound LG L70 is expected to hit the stores within a few weeks, though details on exact availability are scarce at the moment.
T-Mobile-owned Metro PCS added today two new phones from Alcatel to its roster. Both, the Alcatel One Touch Fierce and One Touch Evolve, have been available from T-Mobile since September. Now Metro PCS customers can also grab one of the handsets and pair each of them with Metro PCS plans which start at $40 per month and include unlimited talk, text and 500 MB of high speed data. Speaking of the pricing, the Alcatel One Touch Fierce is selling for $99, while the One Touch Evolve costs just $59. Neither of the phones requires contracts.
Until recently, “rugged” and “decent specs” rarely coexisted in one sentence. You either got a durable phone with only basic functions and not so attractive design, or a well-performing, pretty smartphone that was likely to suffer some damage sooner or later. Now you can have it all in one device, the Kyocera Hydro XTRM, and at affordable price to add to the excitement. The phone is up for grabs from Metro PCS for just $169 without any long term pacts, which is another advantage that the carrier does not require contracts.
If you are a fan of big phones and prepaid carriers, you will love what you are about to read. TmoNews has received a tip claiming that the Samsung Galaxy Mega is slowly making its way to Metro PCS. The news comes accompanied by a photo picturing the phone with Metro PCS branded software. The source of the tip believes that the device might go on sale before the start of the holiday season. No exact date was revealed, though.
Metro PCS has just added to its portfolio another phone from LG’s F series, the Optimus F6. Next to the Optimus F3 and Optimus F9, the Optimus F6 is the third device from LG offered by the carrier. The phone is available in local stores and through Metro PCS online store. The LG Optimus F6 costs $199 and does not require signing up any service agreements. The handset plays nicely with one of the carrier’s plans which start at $40 per month.
If you are one of those users who do not care much about highest-end specs in a phone and you are currently on the look-out for a new Android device, Metro PCS has something you might find interesting. The Huawei Valiant has just made an appearance on the carrier’s roster. The phone is priced at a very budget-friendly $79. Naturally, the handset is contract-free so no long-term commitments will come with the purchase.
It is official, Metro PCS’s first Windows Phone 8 smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 521, has arrived to the carrier at a reasonable price of $99.99 with no contract. Premiering it as the most inexpensive entry level Windows 8 Phone available on the market as it is available $50 cheaper than the $149 price of T-Mobile’s version of the same model. It is also the price that Nokia put the phone up on sale resulting in contagious buying and selling out the device at Wal-Mart and T-Mobile numerous times.
Both T-Mobile and Metro PCS have launched recently the new Alcatel 768, an affordable flip phone with basic features. Metro PCS has the handset available for $49 without contract. T-Mobile has the phone listed for zero down payments with T-Mobile equipment installment plan, and will add $3 per month for 24 months to the service plan cost. A secondary option T-Mobile offers is to pay for the phone in full for the convenient price of $72.
If you are a Metro PCS subscriber and consider buying a new Android phone, today may be your lucky day. The carrier has just added the Samsung Galaxy S4 to its roster and the phone is now available online. The latest Samsung flagship smartphone can be yours at price $549 with no contract obligations. An important thing to remember is that the smartphone operates on extended T-Mobile’s HSPA+/LTE networks, so you have more areas to enjoy super fast 4G internet on the go.
Evleaks did what they are known best for doing they ‘leaked’ a trending photo. It was certainly a good leak at that, revealing that the ‘Nokia Lumia 521’ is on its way to Metro PCS. One major consideration is that T-Mobile recently purchased Metro PCS, sharing a common bond, grants reason to believe they will share the handset as well. This cell phone has a very interesting thread that ties Metro PCS, T-Mobile, and Nokia together.
We have good news for those who didn’t know about the recent acquisition of Metro PCS by T-Mobile. As a result of the merger two new T-Mobile-branded smartphones are coming to Metro PCS. We have a tip that the first ones will be Samsung Galaxy Exhibit and LG Optimus L9. The leak also mentions that starting June 12th, Metro PCS will launch Bring-Your-Own-Phone service (BYOP program) allowing users to activate their unlocked phones on Metro PCS network.
The international version of the Samsung Galaxy S4 was already approved by FCC and we are waiting for US-bound models to get the Commission’s blessing. Yesterday, two variants of the Galaxy S4 destined at the US market were spotted at FCC. The first one on the list is a device with model number SPH-L720 and is obviously heading to Sprint. The other one, known as the SCH-R970, will be carried by Metro PCS. Both models will be virtually identical in terms of design and specs, there are, however, some differences worth commenting on.
Starting today Metro PCS customers have one more Android 4G LTE handset to choose from, as the carrier announced the addition of a new Android-powered smartphone to its lineup. The new smartphone, selling under the name Premia, comes from Chinese manufacturer Huawei, and is for sale at just $149 without a contract what makes it one of the most budget-friendly 4G LTE devices on Metro PCS. If you want a high-end handset, you should probably look somewhere else, but an average user will find everything he needs in the Huawei Premia.
Metro PCS today announced its latest Android smartphone, the LG Spirit. The handset, which joined the 4G LTE lineup today, is described as having “top-of-line features” and a “sleek and stylish frame.” The LG Spirit is selling for $199 after a $70 mail-in rebate, and since Metro PCS is a prepaid carrier, it does not require signing a contract and can be paired with the carrier’s 4G LTE plans starting at $40.
Starting today, a new smartphone by ZTE, the Avid 4G, is available at Metro PCS, from the carrier’s website, and supposedly in stores as well. The new ZTE Avid 4G comes equipped with 4-inch display, dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 4G LTE connectivity and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The handset will set you back $149.99, which is a good price considering that you will not have to sign any contracts and get yourself tied to one carrier for two years.
Looking to get a new phone on Metro PCS? Want to change your old phone without breaking the bank? Visiting a Metro PCS online store could be your best answer. For a limited time, Metro PCS offers up to $100 discounts on select Samsung smartphones as a part of the promotion “Get Ready for a Winterland”. The offer includes the latest models on carrier’s store: Galaxy S III and Galaxy Admire 4G plus its predecessor Samsung Admire.
Metro PCS has just added a new device to its collection of compact and affordable Android smartphones with 4G LTE support. The latest addition to its portfolio is the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G, which is a follow-up to the Galaxy Admire that was launched last year. It comes with faster 1GHz processor, increased display to 3.6-inches and added front-facing camera. Today the phone became available online, tomorrow will arrive to carrier’s local stores. The phone can be yours for just $169.99 and comes without contract which is a big plus.
In the era of complicated smartphones, equipped with much more than an average user needs on daily basis, it is becoming more and more difficult to encounter a simple and easy to use phone. If you are one of those users, who above all value simplicity and convenience, then you will be happy to know that Metro PCS has added new basic phone to its offer, the Huawei Verge M570. The phone is selling for $49.99 without contract, so you will not be tied to any lengthy service agreement.
Pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S III on Metro PCS pre-paid network is now live on the company’s online store, and the phone is not cheap. Without contract the Samsung’s Next Big Thing will cost you $499.99 plus tax. However, in a long run, with the 4G plans that start at $30 for talk, text and data, the Metro PCS version of Galaxy S III may be the cheapest option to enjoy the top-notch Android phone among the US carriers. At this point we recommend to do some calculation how much the smartphone will cost you at discounted price and two-year contract with plans which are actually not cheap.