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Sprint Enters Wholesale Agreement With Cricket

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Aug 3, 2010, 3:26 PM   by Philip Berne

Leap today announced that its operating subsidiary, Cricket Communications, will buy network time wholesale from Sprint. The five-year arrangement will let Cricket offer its new lineup of products and services across the country on Sprint's 3G network. Cricket will have to deliver a minimum level of revenue to Sprint, per the arrangement, but the terms of the deal will improve for Cricket as its subscriber base grows, according to a Fierce Wireless report.

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Aug 3, 2010, 4:44 PM


Eh? 3G is slowing down considerably ever since the Evo launched and now this? Ugh....
island-guy said:
Eh? 3G is slowing down considerably ever since the Evo launched and now this? Ugh....

Sucks to be a power user.
I really haven't experienced any slow down at all. The Twisted Evil Evo has remained consistent and rather zippy no matter what I throw at it.
A phone primarily advertised as a revolution in the wireless industry for being the first 4G handset, only not because their 4G coverage is so poor.

Once/if they blanket their coverage in 4G, the 3G network strain should drop.

Aug 4, 2010, 2:25 AM

So... why would anyone choose Boost now?

If Cricket truly is able to offer their voiceand data services on Sprint, then they have a better offering than Boost which is also on the Sprint network...

Maybe this is all a sign that Cricket is finally ready to be eaten up by a bigger company. Being made interoperable with Sprint sure would ease the transition.
boost is primarily on the iden network not the Sprint network, there are a few device on the cdma but mostly they are on the iden, which = PTT

Aug 3, 2010, 10:16 PM

Metro PCS

So rather than merge with Metro PCS, Leap makes this bold move, eh? I guess Sprint can pick up those subs instead.
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