Leap Adds Unlimited Network Roaming, Web Browsing
Nov 3, 2006, 2:40 PM by (staff)
Leap has added an additional calling plan to the Cricket service that allows subscribers unlimited WAP browsing in addition to unlimited calling and messaging. In addition to WAP pages, the mobile web service also gives users access to new ringtones and other paid content. The plan sells for $50 per month, an additional $5 over the unlimited calling and messaging plan. Subscribers with any other plan can add unlimited browsing for the same $5 per month. Leap has also announced that subscribers can now roam in any of Cricket's 49 metro areas without any additional charges. Metro PCS, which also offers unlimited calling plans similar to Leap, already allows subscribers to roam free in any of their markets.
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.
MetroPCS Customers Can Roam in Mexico, Canada for $5
MetroPCS today announced the North America Unlimited add-on, which gives customers the ability to roam in Canada and Mexico for $5 per month. With this plan, customers can talk, text, and use LTE data across North America.
Verizon Wireless Tweaks International Calling Options
Verizon Wireless today announced the Unlimited Together - World calling plan. The monthly add-on provides unlimited minutes to landlines in over 70 countries, unlimited minutes to cell phones in nearly 40 countries, and discounted calling to an additional 160 countries.
Cricket Changes Plan Names, Clarifies Plan Features
Cricket Wireless today said its service plans have new names. The new names corresponded to changes the company made to its service offerings on April 22.
it should drop the kyoceras then cricket would be the best... the reception is great my phone works in places where my friend's tmobile and alltels' dont...