Tong Zhang
(Senior Editor)
01/03/11 03:39 PM
MetroPCS Introduces 4G LTE Rate Plans Starting at $40

MetroPCS today introduced three new 4G LTE rate plans that allow customers to choose a plan that fits their needs based on how much they access streaming data content. Customers now have three simple options:

Starting at $40 per month, all of the no annual contract plans offer unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE web browsing and unlimited YouTube access. For $50 per month, customers get an additional 1GB of data access to download live streaming content plus access to premium features through MetroSTUDIO when connected via Wi-Fi. On the $60 plan, customers have unlimited data access and MetroSTUDIO premium content such as 18 video-on-demand channels and audio downloads.

Each of the three 4G LTE service plans offers unique options and features:

? The $40 service plan offers unlimited talk, text, 4G Web browsing with unlimited YouTube access.

? The $50 service plan includes the same unlimited talk, text, 4G Web services and unlimited YouTube access as the $40 plan. Additional features include international and premium text messaging, turn-by-turn navigation with MetroNAVIGATOR?, ScreenIT, mobile instant messaging, corporate e-mail and 1 GB of additional data access, with premium features available through MetroSTUDIO? when connected via Wi-Fi, including audio capabilities to listen and download music and access to preview and trial video content.

? The $60 service plan provides the same premium features as the $50 plan, plus unlimited data access and MetroSTUDIO premium content such as 18 video-on-demand channels and audio downloads.

The new 4G LTE rate plans are available in the nine metropolitan areas where MetroPCS currently offers 4G LTE services, including Boston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Sacramento and San Francisco. MetroPCS plans to expand its 4G LTE services into more metropolitan areas in 2011, including Atlanta, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando and Tampa, and will continue the build-out of its existing 4G LTE metropolitan areas through the year.



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