Leap Files for Chapter 11
Apr 15, 2003, 9:50 AM by (staff)
Leap Wireless filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sunday. Leap offers local wireless service through its main subsidiary, Cricket Communications, in 40 markets around the country. The company said it is close to reaching an agreement with major creditors on a plan to restructure its debt. A final agreement is expected to be approved in the next few weeks. The company said all its operations will continue during the restructuring, and it does not anticipate any organizational changes or reduction in work force as a result of the filing.
Sep 14, 2018
Cricket Wireless today announced several promotions timed with the arrival of the fall season. First up, customers who open a new line of service with Cricket and port in their number can buy the Samsung Galaxy S9 for $499, a savings of $120 off the regular price.
Nov 8, 2018
Google today said it is rebranding its mobile app for managing on-device storage and sharing files with others. When Files Go first launched in December 2017, its goal was to help people whose devices had limited storage.
Apr 23, 2018
Cricket Wireless today said its service plans have new names. The new names corresponded to changes the company made to its service offerings on April 22.
Jan 4, 2017
Cricket Wireless customers shouldn't expect to see an improvement in data speeds any time soon, despite the incredible gains in LTE performance made by Cricket parent AT&T. Cricket caps all customers' data speeds at 8 Mbps, even though its phones and the network support speeds up to 10 times faster.