Cricket to offer new nationwide monthly voice and data plans

Cricket to offer new nationwide monthly voice and data plans
Long time Cricket subscribers might want to listen up because the prepay wireless carrier is about to get a new overhaul for their wireless plans. Leap Wireless has announced that it will start offering a new nationwide Cricket monthly voice and broadband data plans. These new plans will be added alongside their existing Cricket PayGo product line that offers unlimited wireless services with no contracts to sign. For starters, the new $40 plan will give you unlimited talk, US long distance, and access to the premium extended calling area with text and picture messaging included. More a mere $5 more at $45 per month, the other plan offers all the amenities of the $40 plan with the addition of mobile Web access and directory assistance. Finally if you're looking for a mobile broadband plan for high speed internet connection, then the $50 all-inclusive plan will give you unlimited internet access. There will be a Cricket A600 modem that will be available for $69.99 with no activation fee. So if you really want to save some cash and also be contract free, consider checking out these new plans.

via Slash Gear

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6 Comments

1. Wifey_Ma

Posts: 15; Member since: Aug 13, 2009

Sounds good for people who don't want to be tied down with a big company contract!

2. Onomatopoeia

Posts: 23; Member since: Mar 30, 2009

Yeah, or send and receive calls in most of the US. Coverage map FTW!http://www.mycricket.com/cricketcoveragemaps/

3. BlackberryUser

Posts: 609; Member since: Jun 26, 2009

Some people don't travel out of the coverage area.

4. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

To little to late my friend

5. knuckleballer34

Posts: 119; Member since: Jul 27, 2009

People hammer Boost Mobile day in and day out for their "lack of coverage" or "subpar phone service", but when Cricket extends their nationwide coverage area by 3%, they're heralded for it? Nobody in their right mind who even does light traveling would use this as anything more than a house phone. Cricket and Metro, if you really want to take off, get a nationwide roaming agreement with Sprint. Yes, Verizon turned you down, but Sprint is being very proactive these days. If you won't negotiate now, you'll be bought out later.

6. Onomatopoeia

Posts: 23; Member since: Mar 30, 2009

Amen!

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