Cricket Wireless

Cricket Wireless adds Engage LT to its line

Cricket Wireless is one of the more popular prepaid wireless carriers around today. The company has announced that it has added a new Android smartphone to its lineup called the Engage LT. The smartphone runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

HTC One V hits Cricket Wireless next month

The impressive budget friendly HTC One V smartphone is headed to another carrier soon. Starting September 2nd you'll be able to pick up this quality device from HTC on Cricket Wireless. This marks the fourth carrier here stateside to get the device. Following MetroPCS, US Cellular, and Virgin Mobile. Full details available below.

Huawei Ascend II headed to US Cellular this week for those on a budget

Huawei might still not be a household name but they have decent hardware and are getting better with each release. The hugely popular original Ascend was available on Cricket Wireless and recently they launched the Ascend II with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a 3.5" display. This same awesome budget device is headed to US Cellular for those looking for an alternative to those other carriers in the mid-west.

ZTE Score hits Cricket Mobile

Contracts suck, we can all agree to that. If you are looking for a new Android device on a no-contract carrier on the cheap Cricket Wireless has a new offering for you that might be perfect. The smartphone is called the ZTE Cricket and it is the first ZTE branded smartphone to hit the Cricket network. Cricket is also the first carrier to launch the Score from ZTE as well. It will be in Cricket retail locations starting September 25.

Cricket Wireless offers the Samsung Vitality with Muve Music service

Cricket Wireless is a pre-paid carrier that has been offering more and more Android smartphones to its users. The latest addition to the company's Android line is the Samsung Vitality smartphone. The smartphone also gets the new Cricket Muve Music service. The company will offer more handsets in the future that support the Muve Music service. The Vitality isn’t a high-end Mobile phone, but it will make a nice choice for Android fans looking for no contract.
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