Cricket to Sell Apple iPhone 4/4S Starting June 22
Cricket Wireless today announced that its customers will be able to purchase either the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S at select retailers in 60 markets beginning June 22. The iPhone 4 8GB will cost $399 and the iPhone 4S 16GB will cost $499. Both can be used with Cricket's $55 unlimited monthly plan. The plan includes unlimited voice and text messaging, but it has a soft data cap of 2.3GB, which Cricket is calling a "fair usage policy." Cricket offers pre-paid cellular services, so the iPhone 4 and 4S are being sold without an annual contract.
Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Reach Cricket Stores
Cricket Wireless today commenced sales of the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at select stores around the country. The prepaid carrier is selling the iPhone 7 32 GB for $649, and the 128 GB for $749.
Cricket Debuts Unlimited Plan for $70
Cricket Wireless today announced a new service plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE data for $70 per month. That price includes all taxes and fees.
Cricket Expands Calling Plans to Central, South America
Cricket Wireless today made more calling and messaging add-on plans available to a greater number of countries throughout Central and South America. For $10 per month, Cricket customers can add Columbia, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic to their plan.
Cricket Offering Discounts On Older iPhones
Cricket today announced more holiday promotions that see significant price cuts to its lineup of smartphones. Beginning Dec.
Cricket Promo Includes $19 Phones from HTC, LG, Samsung
Cricket Wireless today kicked off a new promotion that drops the price of some smartphones to $19. Customers who switch to Cricket between March 9 and March 16 can buy the Samsung Galaxy Halo 16GB or 32GB, Samsung Amp Prime 2, LG X Charge, LG Stylo 3, or the HTC Desire 555 for $19.
Will Cricket still keep the unlimited data or will they have a new plan just for iPhone?
1700 MHz markets left out
This CAN'T be a good thing....
Mr/Mrs Customer signs up with a major carrier, buys an iphone at the SUBSIDIZED promo pricing with contract. Then simply stops paying the bill and takes the equipment that was paid for $199 cash and $450 with a now broken contract. How many people actually get the fact that the carriers pay full price for the phone and in the case where the contracts are not fufilled it is a huge loss.
One of the few recourses that the carrier has to protect its investment was to lock that ESN to the deadbeat account. Not to mention this could possibly fuel an already existing market for stolen iphones.
Apple is the honey badger in this who...