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  • Sprint rejuvenates its interest in MetroPCS!

    T-Mobile and MetroPCS may have shaken hands and agreed to go ahead with the merger of the two carriers, but Sprint isn’t going to let go of MetroPCS that easily, according to a rumor which says that the carrier is preparing to make another bid on MetroPCS, who they have already tried to acquire earlier […]

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  • ZTE Announces Anthem 4G for MetroPCS. Priced $219

    ZTE has announced its first 4G LTE capable Android smartphone for the US, the Anthem 4G, which will be sold on MetroPCS for “$219 plus tax after mail-in-rebate.” Unfortunately and oddly enough, the Anthem 4G runs the now dated Android 2.3 Gingerbread, despite all of their newer devices coming with Android 4.0 (like the $200 Warp Sequent). […]

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  • Need help with Galaxy S3 on MetroPCS? Check here

    There’s no doubt that money spent on getting a Galaxy S3 is money well spent, and you’re probably enjoying using the device very much (your love or hate for TouchWiz notwithstanding). But if you have purchased a Sprint Galaxy S3 from MetroPCS, there is a few things that you can do to make the experience […]

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  • Wildfire S Headed to US Cellular, has already cleared FCC

    Successor to last year’s mid-range phone HTC Wildfire, the still-a-mid-range phone Wildfire S just got friendly with the CDMA networks too — after it was launched on T-mobile and AT&T. What it means is that maybe US Cellular is going to announce the all-new Wildfire S soon, but the paper-possibility remains that this bird could […]

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  • Samsung Admire for MetroPCS gets Pic Leaked! [Budget Phones]

    One more budget android phone, this time for our friends at MetroPCS. Called the Samsung Admire, code SCH-720R, it packs in a decent 800 MHz processor and comes with 3.5 inch WVGA screen, Android 2.3 gingerbread with Samsung’s own UI TouchWiz v3 atop it, 3.2 megapixel camera (no front facing camera), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, etc. […]