Looking to stem subscriber losses to bigger carriers, MetroPCS (PCS +1.7%) has cut the price of...


Looking to stem subscriber losses to bigger carriers, MetroPCS (PCS +1.7%) has cut the price of its unlimited 4G voice/text/data plan to $55/month from a prior $70/month. A $50/month plan offering 2.5GB/month of data remains unchanged. Sprint's (S) efforts to promote unlimited data have begun paying off a little, and AT&T (T) and Verizon's (VZ) embrace of expensive shared data plans could give rivals more room to attack on price. (PR)

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    Sprint and MetroPCS will soon be eating ATT and Verizon's lunch! T-mobile is in the middle, not too overpriced like VZ and T, but not near the savings as S and PCS.....Long S!
    31 Aug 2012, 11:31 PM Reply Like
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