Cricket tempts switchers by slashing phone prices

Cricket Wireless today announced its latest campaign designed to attract customers currently subscribed to other carriers.

Starting from January 22 and running for a limited time, the prepaid provider will slash prices on a number of its smartphones if you agree to port your number to Cricket. To qualify, customers must simply pick a rate plan at $40 per month or higher.

Although new subscribers get the benefit of a deeply discounted handset, current Cricket users can also score some pretty good prices on devices, too.

Pricing for current Cricket subscribers

  • Samsung Galaxy S6 – $500
  • Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 – $130
  • ZTE Grand X Max  – $150
  • HTC Desire 626s – $110
  • LG G Stylo – $160
  • HTC Desire 520 – $70
  • Kyocera Hydro View – $60
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime – $80
  • ZTE Overture 2 – $40
  • ZTE Sonata 2 – $20

Pricing for subscribers who port in phone to Cricket

  • Samsung Galaxy S6 – $400
  • Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 – $110
  • ZTE Grand X Max  – $100
  • HTC Desire 626s – $90
  • LG G Stylo – $60
  • HTC Desire 520 – $50
  • Kyocera Hydro View – $40
  • Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime – $30
  • ZTE Overture 2 – $20
  • ZTE Sonata 2 – $1

Cricket Wireless is a prepaid service provider that utilizes AT&T’s network.

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