In the wake of its acquisition of pre-paid service provider MetroPCS last year, T-Mobile US suggested that adding the iPhone to MetroPCS’s schedule was “a possibility” yet not an impending move.
A year later on, things are looking a little more positive for MetroPCS consumers, with T-Mobile’s Mike Sievert telling Re/code the carrier is “quite interested” in bringing the iPhone to MetroPCS.
“We are extremely considering that,” Principal Marketing Officer Mike Sievert said to Re/code. “We think the Metro PCS consumer would be also.” […]
One component of the difficulty is discovering a desirable way to make it budget friendly good enough for all of MetroPCS’s consumers, numerous of whom have tighter budgets and some of whom may not have adequate credit report to certify for tool financing.
MetroPCS had approximately nine million clients at the time of its acquisition by T-Mobile, and the carrier now runs as a different brand working on T-Mobile’s network in an expanded collection of markets. T-Mobile has additionally recovered considerable parts of MetroPCS’s former spectrum for use in improving the total T-Mobile network.