When MetroPCS announced its plants for LTE, it proclaimed Las Vegas and Dallas its initial markets. Earlier this month they got a start, launching the nation’s first commercial 4G network, along with the 4G Samsung Craft, in Las Vegas. Today they’ve announced the availability of LTE in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. People in that market can go to a MetroPCS store or MetroPCS’s website to purchase the Craft along with a $55 or $60 monthly plan. Before you do, though, make sure to check out the PhoneNews.com review of the Samsun Craft. I honestly have no idea why they didn’t load Android onto this.

When MetroPCS announced its plants for LTE, it proclaimed Las Vegas and Dallas its initial markets. Earlier this month they got a start, launching the nation’s first commercial 4G network, along with the 4G Samsung Craft, in Las Vegas. Today they’ve announced the availability of LTE in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. People in that market can go to a MetroPCS store or MetroPCS’s website to purchase the Craft along with a $55 or $60 monthly plan. Before you do, though, make sure to check out the PhoneNews.com review of the Samsun Craft. I honestly have no idea why they didn’t load Android onto this.

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MetroPCS flips the LTE switch in Dallas/Forth Worth

When MetroPCS announced its plants for LTE, it proclaimed Las Vegas and Dallas its initial markets. Earlier this month they got a start, launching the nation’s first commercial 4G network, along with the 4G Samsung Craft, in Las Vegas. Today they’ve announced the availability of LTE in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. People in that market can go to a MetroPCS store or MetroPCS’s website to purchase the Craft along with a $55 or $60 monthly plan. Before you do, though, make sure to check out the PhoneNews.com review of the Samsun Craft. I honestly have no idea why they didn’t load Android onto this.