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MetroPCS Wireless Coverage Map

About MetroPCS Coverage Maps

MetroPCS is a no-contract mobile phone provider that allows customers to purchase phones directly from MetroPCS or purchase SIM cards to use MetroPCS coverage maps on a phone the customer already uses. The term metro tells a lot about the company as metropolitan areas are the only areas covered with premier mobile coverage – 4G LTE. Cities with the best data coverage, according to MetroPCS coverage maps, include:

  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Dallas
  • Fort Worth
  • Detroit
  • North Florida
  • Central Florida
  • South Florida
  • Las Vegas
  • Los Angeles
  • Bakersfield
  • New York
  • Philadelphia
  • Sacramento
  • San Francisco

Coverage Available from MetroPCS

  • 3G: There does not appear to be 3G coverage for MetroPCS customers.
  • 4G: The 4G coverage on MetroPCS is limited to major cities. These areas are called Home areas. Extended Home Areas are also available. In these areas, talk and text are available, but 4G data is not available in all areas.
  • LTE: LTE coverage is available in select areas covered by 4G. There is no difference between 4G and 4G LTE on MetroPCS coverage maps.
  • WiFi Hotspots: MetroPCS does not offer WiFi hotspots through the company. You can access some free WiFi hotspots at businesses offering free WiFi if your phone is WiFi-capable.

Coverage Maps for MetroPCS

  • 3G Map: There is no 3G map available from MetroPCS. MetroPCS does not mention 3G coverage in any information about data plans.
  • 4G Map: 4G coverage is available in certain metropolitan areas with MetroPCS.[+]
  • LTE Map: All 4G coverage maps include 4G LTE coverage information. There does not appear to be a difference between 4G and 4G LTE on MetroPCS coverage maps.
  • WiFi Map: MetroPCS coverage map details do not include information on WiFi because WiFi is available in your home or in HotSpot locations provided by in your area. If you phone is WiFi-compatible, you can turn off your data plan and access the Internet via WiFi from any area.

Important Information About MetroPCS Coverage Maps

All MetroPCS coverage maps are for informational use only. Just because your area is shown in a coverage area does not guarantee coverage. MetroPCS claims electrical interference, terrain and weather/atmosphere conditions can alter cellular performance and data availability. If the cellular coverage in a given area wanes, the phone may enter TravelTalk. TravelTalk is the name of MetroPCS’s roaming network. When in TravelTalk, a cellular phone account will be charged on a per minute basis even if the account offers Unlimited Talk.

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  1. James Wilson says:

    You have coverage in zip 27030 ?

  2. Lyle cozens says:

    Unlimited don’t mean anything …I’ll pass it on

  3. Christina Phillips says:

    Metro sucks!!! I DO NOT GET A SIGNAL 99% of the time in my house. I have to go stand in the middle of the strert and I MIGHT get service. I ve complained and complained and complained about it. They don t care. Metro relys on new suckers to sign up for their profits.!!!!! Cheap…yes….u get what u pay for!!!!

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    • John says:

      Nice review! I the Galaxy SIII from Verizon and I coduln’t be happier with it. A few Dish coworkers said that an LTE phone is something I should look into since they have had a great experience on the network. I really like streaming my live and recorded TV to my phone through the Sling Adapter I have connected to my Hopper at home. LTE makes streaming way smoother than 3G ever did. I’ve been watching the Olympics with it, and it’s awesome!

  4. Tammy Rucker says:

    Metro pc SUCKS big time. My husband is a truck driver and 92 percent of the time I can’t get ahold of him. Im changing my service as soon as I can. Don’t use metro pc if you need to talk to your loved ones!!!!

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