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Cricket Debuts Unlimited Plan for $70

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patwackp

Apr 25, 2016, 9:16 AM

exactly what i was waiting for!

i had left Cricket for T-Mobile because they had truly unlimited LTE Data. Yes i was paying $95 a month for it. But, it was worth it..... So, I thought. Until I realized that T-Mobile Coverage SUCKS here in the Treasure Vally of Idaho (Boise area). So, When I read that Cricket started offering this plan and that I could save $25 a month and have MUCH BETTER reception in Idaho, I jumped on it. Luckily, I still Had my Samsung Galaxy S6 and all I had to do is buy a replacement SIM card and $70 of airtime at my local Best Buy in Boise, Idaho and port my number back to Cricket. They are even going to credit my account $100 for coming back from T-Mobile.

A win-win deal for me. I don't even mind the Slower LTE speeds. it does what I need. and ge...
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jdadmays

Apr 16, 2016, 6:11 PM

8mps

what do you do with 8 mps that is worth about nothing. I think that you spend the extraw $30 and get truly unlimited on T-Mobile with no cap speeds. If you want customers to come over be upfront with them do not tell people that you get unlimited speeds that are about the equivalent to 3g speeds pathetic if you ask me. Get your friend to join your plan and get unlimited for $70 a line at T-Mobile. Again get a real carrier and real speeds that do not limit you on what you do.
Sorry but calling T-Mobile a real carrier negates your arguement.
I have the $60 a month plan with Cricket unlimited talk, text, and 20 GB of data. I have better reception in high rise buildings in San Francisco; than T-Mobile. I also, get service in remote areas like Yosemite and all of Lake Tahoe. I have been w...
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Shakezula84

Apr 15, 2016, 10:16 AM

Truly Unlimited?

Is this actual unlimited or does this slow down at a high number (I am sure it has network pioritization).
From what I can see, it is fully unlimited, of course with de-prioritization. But unlimited GB at high speed. Only de-prioritized when tower is busy (not sure at how many gb that happens)
Jarahawk

Apr 15, 2016, 9:16 AM

Question

When will this plan be available? I was unable to order it from Cricket's website.
Sunday 4/17
 
 
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