MetroPCS Launches UFC Fan App

UFC Fan App, Powered by MetroPCS, Now Available on Android Exclusively for MetroPCS Subscribers
The Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) launched a UFC® Fan app, powered by MetroPCS, which will allow fans with an eligible MetroPCS Android device exclusive access to UFC content both during live events and beyond.

The UFC and MetroPCS unveiled the app during a special presentation on the main stage at the UFC Fan Expo this past weekend. The UFC Fan app, powered by MetroPCS, is available free of charge beginning Monday, July 8 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time on MetroPCS Android devices in the United States in Google Play or the @metro app store.
Exclusively for the app, fans can receive live, real-time statistics during UFC events with a Fight Rhythm; keep up-to-date with breaking UFC news; view content including never-before-seen interviews, matchup features and on-going segments such as the MetroPCS Move of the Week; receive fight updates and schedule announcements; have fighters digitally autograph their phone; watch live streams of official weigh-ins and press conferences; view fighter profiles; access personal social media accounts for content sharing and interaction; and participate in UFC Fantasy Pick’em games.
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