MetroPCS released some subscriber metrics ahead of its full third quarter results. The company had gross additions of 935,000 subscribers in the quarter, up 39 percent from the third quarter of 2007.
Leap Wireless and Metro PCS have inked a national roaming deal that would cover both networks' present and future markets. Plus the two firms have ended all litigation between the two companies,
The spiraling economy, while it doesn't favor anyone, will do the least harm to bigger telecommunications players, according to analyst Craig Moffett at Sanford Bernstein. Companies like AT&T and
Best Buy is dipping deeper into the wireless world. The retailer has partnered with flat-rate carrier MetroPCS to make its handsets and services available in more than 200 Best Buy stores in 14
MetroPCS is the latest CDMA operator to announce plans to migrate to OFDM-based LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology as its next-generation strategy. The flat-rate operator is following CDMA
Flat-rate operator MetroPCS seems to be reaping the rewards of a sagging economy. The company added 184,000 net new subscribers in the quarter, giving it a total subscriber base of 4.6 million.
According to J.D. Power and Associates' annual prepaid wireless customers satisfaction study, the overall satisfaction among U.S. prepaid users is higher among those who subscribe to flat-rate plans
NextWave Wireless offloaded a large swathe of spectrum, signing agreements with four operators to sell a portion of its AWS license portfolio. The sale represents 63 percent of its total AWS
Flat-rate carrier MetroPCS released a few tantalizing second quarter 2008 metrics. The carrier added 793,000 gross subscribers, bringing its total customer base to 4.6 million subscribers as of the
Flat-rate carrier MetroPCS is offering potential customers a unique proposition--come to MetroPCS and you don't have to buy a new phone because the operator will reflash your existing CDMA handset so