Cricket's PAYGo Phones Hitting Target Stores October 4
Today Leap Wireless announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Target retail stores, which will begin offering its Cricket PAYGo pre-paid phones starting on Sunday, October 4. There are several PAYGo plans that cost $1, $2 or $3 per day depending on which features are used. Leap said that the Cricket TXTM8 and CAPTR will be available at 650 Target stores for $90 and $50, respectively. Cricket top-up cards will also by available at Target.
LeEco Selling the Pro3 and S3 Through Target
LeEco has struck a distribution deal with Target and is now selling its Pro3 (pictured) and S3 handsets via Target's web site. The two phones are available online for $400 and $250, respectively, and are sold unlocked.
Cricket Jumps Into 1,600 Target Stores
Cricket Wireless today announced a significant expansion of its retail footprint thanks to Target. Beginning Oct.
Huawei Makes the Unlocked Honor 6X Available At Target Stores
Huawei's Honor brand today expanded the availability of the unlocked Honor 6X to some 460 Target retail stores across the country. Now, U.S.
Cricket Expands Retail Footprint to 1,000 Best Buy Stores
Cricket Wireless today said Best Buy has agreed to sell the prepaid carrier's phones and services at some 1,000 stores around the country. The ZTE Fanfare and HTC Desire 625 are available from Best Buy's web site starting today, and will reach Best Buy's retail stores over the next few weeks.
Looks like Leap is abandoning it's "Original" Cricket scheme