I believe it's the other way around. MetroPCS will be acquiring T-Mobile, but they are going with the GSM network like you said.
I hear it won't be until at least 2014 (maybe end of...?) when they've really consolidated the networks.
Could someone in the SF/Oakland area please give me an idea of what kind of speeds I'd get if I were to switch over to Metro? Currently on TMO's 100 min prepaid plan, but unlimited everything doesn't sound half bad!!! How're the non-4G speeds after 250mb?
Reading through the terms it seems that one would need to buy a MetroPCS phone?
Limited time offer. Phone availability may vary and is not guaranteed. $10 promotion fee on acceptance of offer. Offer only valid with activation of new MetroPCS 4GLTE phones. MetroPCS $30 4GLTE service plan includes first 250 MB of data at 4GLTE speeds; then speeds slowed to average MetroPCS CDMA network speeds for remainder of service cycle. Use of some content, features, or services may incur separate, additional charges and/or require a qualifying data plan or access to Wi-Fi connection. $30 plan Offer includes unlimited talk, text, voicemail, long distance calling, nationwide coverage, 3-way calling, caller ID and call waiting; but is not available with all ala-carte features. Coverage and services not available everywhere. Nationwide long distance only available to continental U.S. and Puerto Rico. Phone changes forfeit promotional rate; thereafter service charged at non-promotional rates. Family Plan and Family Plan discount not available with Offer. No rain checks. Rates, services and features subject to change.
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