GameStop to Sell Cricket Wireless Devices
Sep 8, 2014, 2:44 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Cricket Wireless today said it has reached a distribution agreement with GameStop. The gaming retailer will sell Cricket phones and service in more than 2,800 stores around the U.S. The two companies trailed the service in 10 markets over the last few months and will begin to expand to more stores in the weeks ahead. Cricket, which offers prepaid, no-contract wireless service, is owned and operated by AT&T.
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