Cricket to Sell SIM Card Kits Via Amazon
Article Comments 7
Apr 1, 2015, 8:35 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Apr 1, 2015, 8:37 AM
Cricket Wireless today announced a new option for consumers, who can now buy a Bring Your Own Device Universal SIM Card Activation Kit from Amazon.com for $9.99. The kit includes a nano SIM card with micro and mini tray adaptors so the card can be used with a wide variety of devices. The kit provides all the information customers will need to self-activate a service plan (via the web or via phone) with Cricket Wireless. Consumers will need to supply their own unlocked GSM handset, but Cricket will waive activation fees. Service plans start at $40 a month, but customers can earn a $5 deduction if they set up auto-pay with their account. Cricket eventually expects to offer its mobile devices via Amazon, too. Cricket is owned and operated by AT&T.
Jan 4, 2023
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A14 5G, its most affordable 5G phone to date. The new phone shares most specs with its predecessor, the Galaxy A13 5G.
Apr 21, 2022
Motorola has announced two new mid-range phones with 5G. Both are essentially 5G upgrades of existing 4G models already announced for 2022.
Apr 8, 2022
While AT&T (and Cricket) already offers the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G, the company has confusingly just launched a very different model called the "Samsung Galaxy A13" (no 5G). Besides lacking 5G, most of the specs are also different, including the display, cameras, processor, RAM, and storage.
Jan 3, 2022
A model previously rumored to have fallen victim to supply-chain issues, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (Fan Edition) is finally coming to market this month. Samsung will use the new model as the more-affordable alternative to the forthcoming S22 series, rather than keep last year's flagship S21 models on the market at lower prices as the company has done in the past.
why 2 prepaid from att ?
isnt GoPhone from ATT too?
Plans start at $25/month not $40....