Cricket Wireless

Cricket Wireless unveils new All In pre-paid plan

Cricket Wireless has announced a new calling plan for customers that it claims to offer the most value out there. The plan is called the All In plan and it offers users 2.5GB of high-speed data and unlimited nationwide calling and text for $35 monthly after a $5 autopay credit. That monthly amount include all taxes and fees.

Cricket Wireless launches ZTE Grand X Max phablet

Cricket Wireless may not be that popular but this AT&T subsidiary is rolling out a new smartphone in the form of the ZTE Grand X Max. This phablet boasts of a 6-inch hi-definition screen so you can do and see more on the huge display.

HTC Desire 510 hits Cricket Wireless Sept 19

Shoppers looking for an Android device on the Cricket Wireless pre-paid network have a new device to choose from. The new device is the HTC Desire 510 with 4G LTE connectivity. The smartphone will be priced at $149.99 and will be available to purchase on September 19 online and in stores.

AT&T deal for Leap Wireless gets FCC Approval

The FCC has given the blessing for AT&T to purchase Leap Wireless. Admitting an unregulated buyout may not have been in the public’s best interest, some concessions made by AT&T appeased the FCC enough to allow the union to move forward. Leap operates Cricket, a prepaid carrier which promises to offer big things for AT&T moving forward.

AT&T CEO talks Cricket acquisition and about being “fairly aggressive”

AT&T acquired Leap Wireless, perhaps better known as Cricket, back in October of 2013. At the time there was talk of AT&T gaining spectrum, as well as some forgiving debt. But it wasn't all that long after we saw news about how Leap Wireless lost nearly 200,000 customers. While the chatter seemed to have gone quiet since, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson recently turned up with talk about being "fairly aggressive."
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