Cricket Launches Nationwide 3G Roaming
Cricket Wireless today announced that its customers have access to nationwide roaming. Subscribers using the Sanyo Zio, Huawei Ascend, and BlackBerry Curve 8530 will be the first able to roam with their devices across the U.S. The new 3G footprint is made possible through roaming agreements that Cricket has struck with other carriers. The move significantly expanded Cricket's availability from 92 million POPS to 280 million POPS.
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.
GameStop Becomes Cricket's Biggest Retail Distributor
Cricket Wireless today said it has expanded its retail footprint to a total of 3,400 GameStop stores around the country, making the gaming shop Cricket's biggest distributor. Cricket first began selling its devices and service at GameStop in late 2014.
Sprint Partners Making Headway in Rural LTE Push
Sprint says 16 of the 30 companies who've agreed to participate in its Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program have launched their LTE networks. The Rural Roaming Preferred Provider program is similar to Verizon Wireless' LTE in Rural America initiative.
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.
Cricket's New 'Breeze-Thru' Activation Process Gets You Online Faster
Cricket Wireless today said customers will no longer need to call customer service or find wifi to activate a new device. The Cricket Breeze-Thru service makes it possible for new customers to activate their handsets directly from the phone itself.
Last I checked, comparison map coverage
Verizon - 308.4
Sprint - 307.4
AT&T - 303.3
T-MO - 294.6
Cricket - 280
Hmmmm pretty theyre getting pretty close eh?
although you have the "point x" after your numbers Love your acute accuracy
They are all getting close to the same
Not bad at all. I had Cricket when I was in Dayton Ohio.