MetroPCS Takes on New Markets: Doubles Reach in Less than Three Months Aggressive expansion in 15 new markets brings '
$40, period' rate plan with unlimited 4G service on a nationwide network and a robust 4G smartphone line-up to customers who want 'all-in' at a monthly flat rate with no surprises; 'Bring Your own Phone' program offers even greater value BELLEVUE, Wash.- July 25, 2013- T-Mobile US, Inc.'s(NYSE: TMUS) wireless revolution marches onward. Less than three months after completing the combination of T-Mobile USAand MetroPCS, the company has doubled its MetroPCS brand presence across the country and is bringing "Wireless for All" to 15 new markets. MetroPCS offers consumers everything they want from their wireless experience without an annual contract or paying an arm and a leg. At a tremendous value of ' $40, period,' MetroPCS is bringing its convenient neighborhood access, great service and unparalleled value to more people and connecting them to T-Mobile's powerful nationwide 4G and 4G LTE network. MetroPCS customers will experience speeds on average of seven times faster than the company's previous markets. MetroPCS is offering its 'all-in' unlimited data, talk and text service - taxes and regulatory fees included - online and at authorized dealer stores in its existing 15 markets, as well as the additional below operating markets announced today. The company is also offering its "Bring Your Own Phone" program to all of its customers, providing them even more choice and great value. * Baltimore, MD* Birmingham, Ala.* Clevelandand Akron, Ohio* Corpus Christi, Texas* Fresno, Calif.* Houston, Texas* Memphis, Tenn.* New Orleans, LA* Rio Grande Valley, Texas* San Antonioand Austin, Texas* San Diego, Calif.* Seattleand Tacoma, Wash.* Tallahassee, Fla.* Toledoand Sandusky, Ohio* Washington, DCMetroPCS has grown to the #1 no annual contract wireless network brand in the majority of the markets it serves by offering convenience, choice and flexibility for consumers who work hard for their money and deserve more than what they're getting from their carrier today.