No, Metro PCS does not provide an iPhone. Although, they do have a great variety of phones and usually have great deals.
Yes, soon. The iPhone should come to Metro PCS once the merger with T-Mobile is settled.
no u cannot but u can flash a verizon iphone 4 or 4s to metro pcs or cricket
Not yet, but soon. The iPhone should arive soon on Metro PCS now that T-Mobile accounced a merge.
No. You can not use a new samsung phone with metro PCs because metro PCs does not use a Sim card so therefore u would have to use a metro PCs phone
Soon. Once Metro merges with T-Mobile (which also has the iPhone now) the iPhone will be available because Metro will start using T-Mobile's bandwidths.
Not sure what u mean by flash but iphones r not available with metro pcs. I usd verizon for mine
Pretty much :? unfortunately. I have an Android from Metro PCS and I cannot take video.
Soon. Now that T-Mobile has the iPhone and is merging with Metro, we should expect the iPhone to arrive on Metro because the carriers will begin to work on each other's bandwidths.
noone will answer this dum question. There is no I phone for metro.... I wish this question was valid -.-"
metro pcs does NOT sell iphones
Not yet.Although the iPhone is not officially available on Metro PCS yet, it is very likely we will see one in the near future because T-Mobile started selling the iPhone February 2013 and has confirmed a merge with Metro PCS. The companies will keeps their separate names and stores, but will begin using each others' cell towers and bandwidths. The iPhone 5 just mastered T-Mobile's bandwidths which means it could use those bandwidths for Metro. Considering Apple made the iPhone available to over a dozen regional carriers in the US since the debut of the iPhone 4S, it would seem almost impossible for Apple not to sell their iPhone on Metro.
Im sorry to say but no iPhone is coming out with metro but i do have an answer to your problem you can go to Verizon wireless and buy an iphone4 only not iphone3 then you can put your iPhone with metro pcs because all Verizon phones have sims card and metro also haves that or another choice is you can also buy it with sprint mobile not positive about that but give it a try.
Yes. You can hold off on settling for that Galaxy because iPhones should be coming to Metro PCS once the merge with T-Mobile is complete.
it depends on the serves you try to switch it to
Yes you can. If it does not have a sim, you will be able to get one.
None. You need to have a either an unlocked phone or an actual Metro PCS phone.
No, but Metro PCS does have phone coverage in Chicago.
It costs $50.00 to turn a metro phone on with metro pcs.
HOW TO UNLOCKE A Motorola METRO PCS PHONE
Making a payment for a Metro PCS account or phone is possible a couple of ways. The best way for those on the web is to use the Metro PCS site to do so. There are also customer service phone numbers to use as well.
Yes, but check to make sure it'll work. Some phones will & some won't.
metro pcs is the best server,you people should get metro it is good for a lot of people. :) :) :) :) :)
As of 6/17/13 T-Mobile has finally gotten the iPhone, and their merge with Metro PCS means that they will get the iPhone, too, because the two carriers will begin using each other's bandwidths. The reason this took so long is nicely explained below. The iPhone will be flashed soon because it was released for Verizon with the CDMA signal Verizon uses. I work at Metro PCS and i know for a fact that you can not use an iPhone with Metro PCS. Metro PCS is only allowed to use phones from Sprint and Verizon because they don't need a SIM card. iPhones need a SiM card, therefore, they will not work with Metro. While the above answer is basically correct that no current iPhone model (as of May 2010) can work with MetroPCS, the issue isn't related to use of a SIM card. Current iPhones contain only a GSM radio, but MetroPCS uses phones that contain a CDMA radio, so it's physically impossible to get any current iPhone to work with MetroPCS, or any other non-GSM carriers. Swapping SIM cards from CDMA phones, into an iPhone, doesn't somehow make the iPhone radio into a CDMA radio, since a phone's radio circuitry has nothing to do with the SIM card. To work on CDMA carriers, Apple would have to manufacture a new iPhone design that has a CDMA radio. The only other carrier in the US, besides AT&T, that the iPhone will work with, is T-Mobile, since they use GSM, but this requires unlocking your iPhone, which can often (though not always) be a tedious and complex process for people who aren't tech-savvy. ---