In conjunction with the grand opening of the MetroPCS Digital Loft in the Amway Center, the Orlando Magic announced today a multi-year partnership with Metro PCS Communications, Inc. as the Official Prepaid Wireless Telecommunications Provider of the Orlando Magic. On Wednesday, November 3, the Digital Loft will be open to the public from 4:00-5:30, and then will remain open for all ticketed patrons attending the Minnesota Timberwolves game throughout the end of the contest. Bo Outlaw and Magic Dancers will also be available from 5:45-6:15 to take pictures and sign autographs.
The Metro PCS Digital Loft is located near the northeast corner of the Amway Center, and consists of 1,000 square feet of retail space with a boutique look and feel. Fans can experience the affordability, flexibility and predictability of MetroPCS’ Wireless for AllSM unlimited nationwide talk, text and web service plans and try out the wide range of phones, from basic models to full-featured touchscreen devices and smartphones. To add to the fan experience, the Metro PCS Digital Loft provides patrons with phone charging stations and an interactive iPop display that allows fans to have their photo superimposed on Amway Center images, which then can be e-mailed from the Digital Loft to family and friends.
“We are excited to partner with Metro PCS to bring another legendary experience to our fans as they enter the Amway Center,” Orlando Magic President Alex Martins said. “The Metro PCS Store will be a great interactive area for every patron and is a great way to showcase the dynamic partnership that Metro PCS has created with the Orlando Magic and the Amway Center.”
MetroPCS offers Wireless For All service plans ranging from $40 to $60 a month including taxes and regulatory fees, as well as a full spectrum of phones for every budget and lifestyle, including smartphones, messaging devices and feature handsets. No matter which plan they choose, consumers have the flexibility to add or change services without worrying about long-term contracts, termination fees or other costs.
“The demand for convenient, accessible wireless service continues to grow, with more mobile subscribers choosing pay-in-advance services than ever before,” said Tom Gawronski, vice president and general manager of MetroPCS Orlando. “MetroPCS is committed to providing Orlando residents with the best value in service, and our new store in the Amway Center will bring us closer to our customers in the community, allowing fans to experience firsthand MetroPCS quality and affordability.”