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MetroPCS to reach 15 more cities starting on November 21st

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
November 5, 2013
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MetroPCS has been on a big expansion kick ever since coming under T-Mobile's wing, and it's not about to slow down today. The contract-free carrier has just revealed plans to cover 15 more markets beginning on November 21st. Most of those are notable western cities, including Albuquerque, Denver and Portland; a few eastern cities, like Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, also make the cut. While MetroPCS' coverage will still pale in comparison to T-Mobile's at 45 cities in total, it's a giant step forward for a provider that was still losing many customers just a year ago.

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