BlackBerry Curve 8530 Available at Cricket with $60 Plan
Cricket today announced that the BlackBerry Curve 8530 is now available for its customers to purchase. The handset costs $300 and will be "accompanied" by Cricket's $60 unlimited plan. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, email, web, picture mail, and international texting. The $60 fee includes all surcharges and taxes. Cricket customers don't have to sign annual contracts, and Cricket doesn't require credit checks.
Cricket Debuts Unlimited Plan for $70
Cricket Wireless today announced a new service plan that includes unlimited talk, text, and LTE data for $70 per month. That price includes all taxes and fees.
Cricket Gives Most Popular Plan More Data
Cricket Wireless customers can score more data on the prepaid carrier's most popular plan without raising their rates. Cricket's existing $50 service plan is improving from 5 GB of LTE data each month to 8 GB of LTE data starting today.
Cricket Promo Includes $19 Phones from HTC, LG, Samsung
Cricket Wireless today kicked off a new promotion that drops the price of some smartphones to $19. Customers who switch to Cricket between March 9 and March 16 can buy the Samsung Galaxy Halo 16GB or 32GB, Samsung Amp Prime 2, LG X Charge, LG Stylo 3, or the HTC Desire 555 for $19.
Cricket Adds Data Roaming In Canada and Mexico
Cricket today expanded its international options to include data roaming in Canada and Mexico at no extra charge. Customers who subscribe to Cricket's Smart and Pro plans, $50 and $60 per month, respectively, can use their rate plan data when traveling throughout North America.
but not Blackberry email?
Blackberrys are out of date anyway. Cricket is just to far behind to keep up
This might be the most ignorant post I've read in months.