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Cricket Planning Huge Smartphone Push

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All you should hear is cricket's chirping with their ridiculous data allotment

tether

May 10, 2012, 1:18 PM
Cricket is a joke! 1GB of data maximum! Who needs a smartphone with that ridiculous amount of data? Why do you need to have a fancy smartphone to barely have enough to check emails? They should stick to feature phones only. Boost, Virgin, StraightTalk, Net10, Simple Mobile, T-Mobile, MetroPCS Verizon and ATTs prepaid unlimited everything featurephone-only plans for $50 are better. I can't think of a worse deal than Cricket. Can't fathom how 6 million uninformed people stay with them?
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marufio

May 10, 2012, 7:22 PM
I only get 250- 300mb with ATT so I mainly use my phone for data on Wifi at home.
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tether

May 10, 2012, 10:52 PM
Yeah I heard De La Vega boasting about his value 300mb data plan for $20 on CNBC. What a dufus! IMHO, 300mb is a joke. I guess you at right though that this BS ATT data plan is actually worse than Cricket.
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Jayshmay

May 11, 2012, 2:55 AM
The data widget on my smartphone says I've used
4.7gb's so far. I actually *use* my smartphone!


Samsung Droid Charge
Verizon LTE - Unlimited data since March 2010.

What these companies don't seem to understand is this is MOBILE tech!!! Not every gb is on the same cell tower!!! Plus 700mhz LTE can handle a whole lot of traffic!!!
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Jayshmay

May 11, 2012, 2:43 AM
The entire country is uninformed!!! We have a liberal loone for a President. Whose policies have not brought about prosperity. So much for "hope & change" there's your uninformed for you!

So good luck with this informed stuff.
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Jellz

May 11, 2012, 7:45 AM
Average Android user uses under 700 MB of data a month.

Eh?
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