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What Are Metro PCs Hours of Operation?

When we choose a mobile operator, we usually stick to it. We have no desire to waste more time learning about tariff plans and searching for a good deal. However, we sometimes feel the urge to change the mobile operator we are currently using due to different circumstances.

Some people prefer to use Metro PCs plans, or they have decided to change the plan they have for what Metro PCs offer. Well, if you are one of those people, you may want to know some information about Metro PCs stores, especially about their hours of operation.

Metro PCs weekday hours

So, you may ask: what are the Metro PCs hours weekdays? Most of the people tend to visit the stores of their mobile operator after work. Would they be able to do that in case their mobile operator is Metro PCs? How long do their stores work? What is the working schedule of Metro PCs?

Metro PCs store hours of operation tend to remain the same each day of the week. For the most part, each day has the same hours of operation (but Sunday is an exception). On the weekdays, Metro PCs store work from 10 AM till 8 PM. Generally, Metro PCs stores work for 10 hours each weekday.

Weekend hours of Metro PCs

As for Saturday, the working schedule stays pretty much the same. Metro PCs store opens at 10 AM and closes at 8PM on Saturday. Nevertheless, their working schedule changes a little when it comes to Sunday. At Sunday, Metro PCs store opens at 11 AM and closes at 6 AM. So, if you have put your visit to Metro PCs store on Sunday, then keep in mind that the store will be already closed at 6 PM. Note that Metro PCs hours of operation may be different depending on location, so always double check before visiting the store.

The Future of a New Learning Resource Center

Everett Community College's Board of Trustees plans to take a decision about location of a new Learning Resource Center in October this year. This building must have such facilities as a library, rooms for studying, place with sport equipment and other.

Nowadays the question of location remains controversial. Some college administrators claim about east side of Broadway because of future funding and inevitable expansion. Other wants to see the center on the Index Hall side.

But the final decision will be taken after visiting Skagit Valley, Whatcom, and Clark community colleges for looking at their library locations.

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