This morning, MetroPCS officially added Boston and New York City to its rapidly expanding native coverage area after the initial announcement in 2007.
The service area includes the five boroughs of New York City, Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, N.J., the Greater Boston Area, Worcester, Mass., Providence, R.I. and Manchester, N.H. with CDMA AWS service, meaning all phones sold in those markets will be triband CDMA models with no MetroFLASH service or older CDMA devices being offered for sale.
2 responses to “MetroPCS Expands to New York and Boston”
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