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MetroPCS Joins the 4G Mobile Internet Party
Last month we gave you the rundown* on when we can expect 4th-generation mobile internet speeds from the top four carriers. But we forgot about the little guy(s). MetroPCS is not-so-well known as the fifth-largest mobile provider in the U.S and today its 4G high-speed data network was lit up across L.A. (available only on the Samsung Craft 4G). MetroPCS has competitive rates and a map indicating decent coverage across L.A. But does anyone really use them? We'd love to know what you think.
*(To review: T-Mobile, Sprint is live, Verizon's 4G LTE service is rumored to light up in early 2011 if not sooner, and AT&T's network should be at 4G speeds by next summer.)
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Please don't hurt yourself.
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