MetroPCS adds new LG & Nokia phones for expanded LTE

July 26, 2013

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BELLEVUE, Wash. -- In conjunction with the expansion of its MetroPCS brand into 15 new markets, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) is tomorrow introducing two new smartphones to the brand's 4G portfolio: the LG Optimus F3™ and the Nokia Lumia 521. These devices can be paired with MetroPCS' affordable 4G service plans, featuring unlimited data, talk and text – taxes and regulatory fees included – starting at just '$40, period' and all on a nationwide 4G network.

The Nokia Lumia 521 and LG Optimus F3 join MetroPCS' lineup of recently launched HSPA+ and LTE smartphones -- delivering all the speed wireless consumers need for a great mobile experience.

As the first Windows Phone 8 product in the MetroPCS lineup, the Lumia 521 is another way the company is delivering what consumers demand – more choice – and at a great price for just $99 (plus taxes and fees). Powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor, the Lumia 521's Live Tiles give users a customizable home screen that quickly delivers the most up-to-date information that they care about most, all displayed on a super-sensitive 4-inch display. The smartphone's 5MP camera packs a number of great features like 720p video capture, Nokia digital lenses, Smart Shoot to create the perfect group shot, and Cinemagraph to add motion to pictures. The Lumia 521 is available July 26 in select markets.

MetroPCS Inc.

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