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AT&T’s prepaid brand, Cricket Wireless, today confirmed intentions to offer the Motorola Moto E (2015). Arriving on Friday, March 13, the handset will cost $129 and will not require a
Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone and its variant, the Galaxy S6 edge, was announced at Mobile World Congress on March 1. According to the hardware maker, the new dual-edged display phone will
Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6, was announced at Mobile World Congress on March 1. According to the hardware maker, the handset will roll out to some 20+ countries
Following closely on the heels of last week’s carrier changes, Cricket Wireless on Friday adjusted its own prepaid rate plans. Now, as part of the Basic Plan, customers will receive up
Cricket Wireless is throwing a “closeout” sale on select smartphones, including a number of Android devices. Sold with VISA promotion cards, these 3G and 4G models can be had through January 29 at Cricket stores.
Cricket and ZTE on Monday kicked off their respective CES efforts by announcing the upcoming availability of the 6-inch Grand X Max+. Set to arrive on Friday, January 9, the
Cricket Wireless is getting in on the Cyber Monday deals with a monster discount on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy S4. Cyber Monday falls on December 1, and while
Cricket Wireless, not wanting to skip out on all of the holiday promotions, has announced some upcoming savings of its own. Starting November 14 and running though January 8, customers
Cricket Wireless on Tuesday announced the upcoming launch of its next smartphone, the ZTE Grand X Max. Scheduled to touch down on Friday, October 10, the handset features a massive 6-inch
Cricket Wireless on Wednesday announced the upcoming availability of the HTC Desire 510. Set to arrive on September 19, the phone will be offered in Cricket stores and online. What’s
Cricket Wireless on Wednesday announced a limited time promotion which sees the carrier upping the amount of data for its wireless plans. Set to take effect on September 13, customers
GameStop and Cricket Wireless have announced that the gaming-centric retail chain will begin selling no-contract wireless service starting next month. Expected to roll out in phases with completion by the end of
AT&T’s prepaid arm of Cricket Wireless is taking a page out of T-Mobile’s playbook, offering rewards for customer who jump ship. Starting from August 24 and running through October 19,
Cricket Wireless this morning announced the upcoming availability of the ZTE Grand X, a 5-inch Android smartphone. Expected next Friday, August 8, the phone will cost $100 after a $50
Cricket Wireless on Wednesday announced the upcoming availability of a low-cost LG smartphone. Due Friday, June 6, the LG Optimus L70TM is an Android 4.4 KitKat experience with a 4.5-inch