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MetroPCS Brings GSM-based Bring-Your-Own Device service in four cities

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We can now lay the rumors that T-Mobile would take advantage of its Metro PCS deal to rest, as Metro PCS just launched a bring-your-own device program to more customers using its network. This allows existing and would be customers with unlocked GSM Android phones and specific versions of Apple’s iPhone to make use of the no-contract network. The program supports T-Mobile iPhones, AT&T Mobility, iPhone 5s from Verizon Wireless, and Sprint Nextel. The MetroPCS’ new BYOD service is currently available in Boston, Dallas, Hartford, Conn., and Las Vegas, so if you are in any the listed cities, you can give it a try by checking out the link below. Expansion to additional cities is expect in the future, so hang in there with your current contract, help is on the way.

 

 

VIA: Engadget

SOURCE: MetroPCS

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