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MetroPCS launches 4G LTE in Miami

Craft-qwertyleft The option for a no-contract prepaid smartphone on a 4G network is now available in South Florida with MetroPCS.

The MetroPCS 4G network extends throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.

The company also expanded its 4G LTE network Tuesday to the metro areas of Atlanta, Jacksonville and Orlando. The MetroPCS 4G network will only be accessible for the Samsung Craft touchscreen smartphone for $299.

The service plans range from $40 to $60 a month. All the plans offer unlimited browsing on 4G speeds and watching YouTube, but for $50 users get corporate mail and advanced Web browsing. For $60 a month, users get unlimited MetroNavigator, Loopt GPS Friend Finder, e-mail, and full access to the MetroSTUDIO app, which has 4G Video on Demand from NBC, BET and Univision.

This addition brings MetroPCS's 4G network to 13 metro areas, including Boston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Sacramento and San Francisco.


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Not a bad deal at all! I ordered my Samsung Craft on 30 Dec & was up by 5 Jan. 4G came about around the 14th. Much faster then Sprint
3G. Craft is OK and the Metro offer at the time was great.

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