Cricket celebrates Muve Music with discounted Androids, reduced rate plan
Cricket Wireless is celebrating the success of its digital music subscription service, Muve Music, with discounts all around. Throughout the month of June, Cricket is offering all of its new customers $10 off the Muve Music monthly rate plan. What’s more, they are also selling a selection of Android handsets with incentives and mail-in rebates. In fact, should you decide to port your phone number to Cricket, you can leave the store with a free Muve Music smartphone.
Here’s a quick look at Cricket’s currently discounted Android handsets:
- ZTE Score (MSRP $149.99, FREE after added instant rebate and switcher incentive*) is a value priced, full featured Android smartphone that includes Wi-Fi capability, XT9 Trace for easy text entry, 3G Real Web Browsing and a 3.2MP camera/camcorder and has Muve Music pre-loaded.
- Huawei Ascend II (MSRP $179.99, $29.99 after switcher incentive and instant rebate) comes packed with a 3.5″ HVGA touch-screen, Wi-Fi capability, 3G Real Web Browsing, 600MHz processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 5MP camera/camcorder and has Muve Music pre-loaded.
- Samsung Vitality (MSRP $219.99, $59.99 after switcher incentive and instant rebate) fast 800 MHz processor, 3.5″ HVGA touch-screen and easy access to social networks is designed for an interactive experience. Samsung Vitality is loaded with a 3.2MP camera/camcorder, Wi-Fi capability, 3G Real Web Browsing and has Muve Music pre-loaded.
- Huawei Mercury (MSRP $249.99, $159.99 after switcher incentive) offers a beautiful 4″ display and is powered by an ultrafast 1.4 GHz processor, features an 8.0MP rear camera, VGA front camera and an Android 2.3 OS-named by PC Magazine as the best pre-paid smartphone in America and has Muve Music pre-loaded.
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