4G goes live in Dallas Fort Worth area on MetroPCS2
That probably makes it the most expensive carrier-subsidized phone, appealing only to early adopters. It is not even a proper smartphone, but the urge to use it on the first commercially available LTE network in the US, will cost you $55 per month. Early user reports on the Samsung Craft's download speeds are unimpressive, the handset seems to slow down to 1Mbps, which the users of other 4G-like services, such as Sprint's WiMAX and T-Mobile's HSPA+, can only smile condescendingly at.
Samsung Craft Specifications