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Cricket Revamps Calling Plans

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Apr 4, 2005, 5:14 PM   by (staff)

Cricket, the subscription based service from Leap Wireless, is further simplifying its simple, unlimited calling plans. Unlimited Classic is similar to Cricket's original plans, offering unlimited local calls for $35. Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Access both include unlimited local and long distance to the continental US and Hawaii. Unlimited Plus is a bare-bones plan costing $40, while Access includes advanced calling features plus unlimited texts, picture messages and AOL instant messenger for $45. The plans are now more similar to that of competitor Metro PCS, and better reflect the pricing structure of Jump, Leap's recently launched prepaid calling service.

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Apr 4, 2005, 6:58 PM

We need more of this!

I'm glad to see any expansion of these sorts of unlimited calling deals. It's a shame for me though that Cricket isn't available in my area (SF Bay Area). I was looking for just this sort of service and my only options are MetroPCS, or a $99 Nextel contract.
Slim pickins Mad
Cricket is a great program for many. The idea of unlimited calling in the places you live and work is great. They have their downside, however, such as extemely limited coverage areas and the inability to roam. After 7PM on Friday and Saturday nights ...
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