What was MetroPCS first phone?

What was MetroPCS first phone?

MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS) launched its first smartphone running Google’s Android platform, the LG Optimus M.

What phone does MetroPCS use?

Performance: Metro runs on T-Mobile’s network, so you can expect great speeds and good coverage—although rural areas may have signal issues. There are two caveats, though: You’ll be able to stream video only in SD, and your data speeds may be slower than if you were a T-Mobile customer.

What phones did people have in 2011?

Enough about the disclaimers and warnings, let’s take a look at my list of Top 10 Smartphones of 2011 … for now.

  • Number 1: Samsung Galaxy S II.
  • Number 2: Motorola Droid Bionic on Verizon.
  • Number 3: T-Mobile LG G2X.
  • Number 4: Apple iPhone 4.
  • Number 5: HTC EVO 3D.
  • Number 6: HTC ThunderBolt.
  • Number 7: Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.

What was the latest phone in 2012?

HTC One X (AT) The HTC One X sure was something special when HTC first launched it at Mobile World Congress in late February. It was large and beautiful, featuring Android 4.0, zero camera shutter lag, and burst mode built right into the shutter.

Who did MetroPCS merge with?

T-Mobile completed a deal to merge with MetroPCS in 2013, and as part of the alliance infused $1.5 billion into the company. T-Mobile is in the midst of a massive acquisition of former wireless rival Sprint.

When did T-Mobile buy Metro?

May 1, 2013
In October 2012, the company, known then as MetroPCS, reached an agreement to merge with T-Mobile USA. A reverse merger for MetroPCS, the deal closed on May 1, 2013. The combined company, now known as T-Mobile US, began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

What is the difference between Metro by T-Mobile and T-Mobile?

MetroPCS is a prepaid service owned by T-Mobile; it also uses T-Mobile’s fast-performing cellular network. MetroPCS offers a wider variety of plans than T-Mobile’s lone unlimited plan, and each of those MetroPCS options will cost you less than what you’d pay at the Uncarrier.