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Cricket Wireless, a leading wireless service provider, is making strides to enhance the customer experience by introducing an enticing opportunity for Android...
How much do you know about AT&T's prepaid subsidiary Cricket? Here's a primer that lets you know your options, including rate plans and features.
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We've gathered a number of great offers from wireless providers. All of them share one thing in common: they're cheap plans that use the AT&T network.
Cricket is now carrying the Alcaltel Apprise, a $70 phone with entry-level hardware and Android 10 Go Edition. Learn more about the handset.
Cricket is now offering its latest brand smartphone, the Ovation. Features include a 6.5-inch display, 4,000mAh battery, and a two-year warranty.
AT&T Prepaid and Cricket offer new temporary rate plans for $15 which include unlimited talk, text, and 2GB high speed data.
Which prepaid plan gets you the most bang for the buck at the $40 monthly budget? What do you get for the money and whose network does it use?
Cricket's latest offer, the "Unlimited BYOD" plan is a $40 option for customers who bring their current phone to the prepaid carrier.
The latest Cricket smartphone is the Alcatel Insight, an entry-level experience with the Android 9 Pie Go Edition software.
Cricket launches its largest ever free phone promo, giving customers a choice between eight different phones from the likes of LG, Motorola, and Samsung.
The Cricket Icon is the carrier's first branded phone and features entry-level hardware, a streamlined version of Android, and has a two-year warranty.
AT&T prepaid brand Cricket now sells the LG Stylo 5 as part of its phone selection. Features include Android 9, a 6.2-inch display, and a stylus.
Cricket Wireless now provides customers with a trio of rate plans which offer data only services. Options start as low as $25 per month.