By Shane McGlaun
Most of us own a cell phone today and we can all agree that one of the worst parts about mobile phone service is that we are tied to contracts. With a contract, the mobile provider has you by the kiwis even if their network sucks, assuming you don’t want to pay the early termination fee.
The dislike of contracts has been a good thing for the variety of no-contract pay-as-you go providers like MetroPCS. MetroPCS is one of the few no contract providers that gets a number of new handsets. The latest new handset for the network is the Samsung Tint.
The big feature of the mostly plain vanilla phone is that it comes with two faceplates that can be changed to suit your tastes. The faceplates are in gray and pink colors and additional colors will be offered as well. Features of the phone include push-to-talk, Bluetooth, SMS, MMS, email, IM and voice recognition. Pricing and availability details are unknown at this time.
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