T-Mobile is my favorite carrier this year because it made quite impressive updates with its network and smartphone offers. Now, after the acquisition of MetroPCS, T-Mobile decided to update the special smartphone offerings for its loyal customers. MetroPCS customers can now choose between the amazing Android-based LG Optimus L9 and Samsung Exhibit.
This offer started on Friday and all the MetroPCS customers can enjoy these phones through T-Mobile’s fast 4G network. Along with these two smartphones, T-Mobile added the Alcatel 768 flip phone that will run a HSPA+ 4G network, as well.
If you want to purchase LG Optimus L9, you will need to pay $149. For this price, you will get a 4.5-inch display smartphone that is equipped with a dual-core processor. It includes 1080 HD camera and runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It has a sensitive display and impressive respond time.
For the Samsung Exhibit, you need to pay $149 and for this amount, you will get a device that has two cameras and 1GHz processor. It’s amazing how fast and comfortable it can be. It runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It has a 3.5-inch screen with 480×800 pixel resolution, along with a support for 16 mil colors. Don’t be fooled by the screen resolution – it looks really colorful, bright and it feels really smooth.
If you choose to buy the Alcatel 768 flip phone you need to pay $49.
If you are a MetroPCS customer and you don’t want anything from this, it was said that as of June 17, this carrier will store the amazing Samsung Galaxy S3 which will have the recently supported 4G LTE network by T-Mobile.
These 3 smartphones will work only in Boston, Hartford and Las Vegas. MetroPCS gave a promise that very soon, it will offer more smartphones that will come to more cities. T-Mobile claims that this is only the beginning of the collaboration between these two. The carrier expects MetroPCS customers to upgrade their phones until 2015. As I said earlier, T-Mobile will not stop here. I know now they were serious when they said they will do anything to get closer to the leading carriers. As it seems, T-Mobile has finally discovered the perfect way to improve its services and attract more customers. Way to go, T-Mobile!