MetroPCS launches LTE in Las Vegas; first U.S. carrier with LTE

It’s here, finally. And MetroPCS is the first U.S. based carrier to get it off the ground. MetroPCS will offer two plans at launch including a $60 monthly 4G premium plan which includes unlimited calling, unlimited texts, unlimited 4G data, and access to MetroPCS’ MetroStudio package which includes access to 14 television channels, not a bad deal if you ask us and just in time for CES 2011. Also, remember there is NO CONTRACT and NO ETF’s when using MetroPCS.

The Samsung Craft, is a non-smartphone but LTE enabled device, is not only MetroPCS’ first 4G handset, but the first LTE phone to launch anywhere in the world. The Craft comes back with a 3.3-inch AMOLED display, 3.2 megapixel camera, bluetooth, GPS and a full QWERTY slide, but no USB tethering will be allowed.

[Via MetroPCS]

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About Tony P
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One Response to MetroPCS launches LTE in Las Vegas; first U.S. carrier with LTE

  1. After 3G ,4G is provided best services as compred to 3G. If using 4G ,this made user more freely used the mobile phones!!!!

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