T-Mobile said on Thursday that it has doubled the presence of its low-end prepaid arm MetroPCS as it looks to continue sticking it to AT&T.
MetroPCS service is available in 15 additional markets, including Washington, D.C., Houston, Seattle, and San Diego. The service also gets two new prepaid phones starting tomorrow: Nokia's Lumia 521 and the LG Optimus F3.
More specifically, a vast majority of the new markets overlap with prepaid rival Leap Wireless, which AT&T agreed to acquire in a $1.2 billion deal announced earlier this month. T-Mobile and MetroPCS hope to … Read more