Cricket Wireless has announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung GALAXY S 4. The handset will be available beginning on June 7th and will be providing another option for those looking to grab a GALAXY S 4 under a prepaid account. Of course, on the flip side of that, buying a prepaid device means you will not be getting any subsidy and that means a higher upfront purchase price.
Cricket Wireless has announced news of a family plan. This plan is immediately available and those with two or more smartphones will be able to take advantage. Those interested will need to use Cricket's Automatic Bill Pay feature in order to be eligible, but the basics of this family plan are the same as the currently available $50 per month unlimited plan.
Cricket Wireless was planning to launch the HTC One SV, and well, coming as we had expected -- the handset is now available for purchase. The release also comes with a bit of good news in terms of the price. Simply put, Cricket has the One SV priced a tad bit lower than originally stated.
Cricket has just released a brand new Android smartphone today, although we certainly wouldn't call it high end. The new LG Optimus Regard is available today from Cricket and is their first 4G LTE capable smartphone. It surely isn't high-end, or cheap, but head below for more details.
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 has another handset that is set to hit the airwaves shortly. The odd thing here is the backwards direction it is taking. The Huawei M660 is sporting a BlackBerry style portrait hardware keyboard and appears to be running Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Users on Cricket Wireless might want to stay tuned.
Android lineup is a budget slider from Samsung. The new Transfix is just $179.99 on the carrier's pre-paid phone plans, and should be available from both the online Cricket store and retail locations later today. The company announced the new phone via a press release this morning.