MetroPCS Corporate Office Headquarters

MetroPCS Corporate Office | Headquarters

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PO Box 601119 Dallas, TX 75360
Phone: (888)863-8768
Website: www.MetroPCS.com
Reviews: 1 WRITE REVIEW



Company Overview

A service provider of mobile phone in America, erstwhile General Wireless, Inc., is presently known as MetroPCS Communications, Inc. They are the fifth largest operator providing service with network of mobile telecommunications in the United States. More than 9.5 million customers have subscribed to their services. Headquarter of MetroPCS is located in the region of Richardson, in Texas. They are known to use the technology of CDMA for offering various services. Presently, they are providing the service of 4G network by using LTE technology. General Wireless, Inc was founded by Malcolm Lorang and Roger D. Linquist, in 1994, which was later rechristened as MetroPCS Communications, Inc.



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There are currently 1 consumer reviews about MetroPCS available. Share your review.

  • By Gloria Cummings - Posted on: August 30, 2013

    I made a complaint 8/8/2013 about a MetroPCS Dealership taring up my reciept that I had paid for the month .now its going into Sept, 2013 and no follow up call . I know they are busy . I am busy too working to pay my Metro bill. I want a call back and the $119.00 refund from MetroPCS




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