MetroPCS brings its LTE hoodoo to Boston, New York City, and Sacramento Metro Areas

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If, the other week, when MetroPCS announced that they’d brought their 4G LTE goodness (and single compatible featurephone) to San Francisco, you were a little jealous of your West-coast brethren, then you can now relax… as today those bringers of unlimited plans announced that they are expanding into Boston, New York City, and Sacramento Metro Areas.

Unfortunately, they still haven’t announced a decent smartphone to go with their new LTE network, but I guess we can just keep on waiting for that announcement.

You’ll be pleased to hear that they’re still offering their $55 unlimited everything plan, with the option of nabbing video-on-demand from NBC, BET and Univision for an extra $5 per month.

MetroPCS also plan on launching in Atlanta, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando and Tampa metropolitan areas over the next few weeks.

You can check out the full press release here.

[via Phone Arena]

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