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Samsung Galaxy S® 5 Hits MetroPCS Stores, Available Online

MetroPCS, a flagship brand operated by T-Mobile US (NYSE:TMUS), today announced the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S® 5 at its retail stores across the nation and on MetroPCS.com. Now customers can have the latest Samsung Galaxy device with MetroPCS’ unlimited, no-annual-contract rate plans starting at $40 – further proof that MetroPCS continues to deliver one of the best wireless deals in town.

“MetroPCS is on a fast-track to becoming America’s #1 prepaid brand because our customers get the best value in wireless plus the hottest devices, like the new Samsung Galaxy S 5 – without being locked into a long-term contract,” said Tom Keys, MetroPCS COO and executive vice president.

The Galaxy S 5 may be paired with any of MetroPCS’ affordable unlimited data, talk and text service plans starting at just “$40, period.” with taxes and regulatory fees included, and is available in black at MetroPCS retail stores for $649 plus tax.

The Galaxy S 5 offers the latest technology, taking the mobile experience to the next level with enhanced features that address what truly matters to MetroPCS customers:

  • Dust and water resistant, adding to the overall life of the smartphone*
  • 16MP camera with professional capabilities to instantly capture split-second moments
  • S Health, a built-in heart monitor that responds to touch and tracks a users’ overall fitness and wellness
  • Brilliant 5.1-inch, full HD AMOLED display that allows users to enjoy a seamless HD video and movie viewing experience on a full screen
  • Fingerprint scanner to quickly and easily unlock the smartphone

Additional Galaxy S 5 capabilities can be found at http://www.metropcs.com/samsunggalaxys5.

This device, S Health, and related software is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease.

*This device has been tested and received an IP (Ingress Protection) rating of IP67, which tests for dust intrusion and for water submersion up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.

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About MetroPCS

MetroPCS provides the freedom and convenience of unlimited, no-annual-contract wireless services on a nationwide 4G LTE network for a flat rate. With MetroPCS, customers get great value and a wide variety of device choices from leading brands. A flagship brand operated by T-Mobile US, Inc. (NYSE:TMUS), MetroPCS products and services are available online and across the United States through a network of company-owned stores, authorized dealer locations, and leading national retailers. For more information, please visit www.metropcs.com.

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