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Cricket Mulling 10GB Monthly Data Plan

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Sep 3, 2009, 10:32 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Gearlog is reporting that Leap's Cricket Wireless is currently evaluating the idea of boosting its monthly wireless data plan to a maximum 10GB of data per month. The plan, which costs $60 per month, is being tested by a small set of users. Cricket's current data plan costs $40 per month for 5GB of data (that's less than competitors AT&T, Verizon, etc.). Rather than charge high overage fees for users who surpass the 5GB quota, Cricket simply slows down those users' connection speeds. This new plan doubles the amount of data available for an additional $20. Cricket has not decided if it will actually offer this new data plan.

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Sep 3, 2009, 3:10 PM

at&t has this

it just costs 120 per month and you have to switch SIM cards to get the next 5GB Smile
2 adgetives to describe that: wierd & greedy
damn thats expensive! 120 a month?!?!?!
Verizon has that too! You get the added advantage of having 2, yes, TWO modems when you do it!
what you're describing is two aircards, not one service.
at&t has a 5GB plan? ive heard of PPU and unlimited

international has MB based plans and the aircard is the only thing we have for 5GB
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