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Leaps Announces 3 New Cities and Plans For More

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May 17, 2006, 4:39 PM   by (staff)

Leap today announced it will begin offering its Cricket flat rate service in Houston and College Station, Texas on June 7. Soon after, service will begin in Cincinnati, Ohio. Leap also recently completed a spectrum swap that will allow the carrier to launch service in Rochester, NY. In addition to new service in currently available spectrum, Leap is raising money to take part in the AWS auction in order to obtain spectrum to launch in more markets.

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muchdrama

May 17, 2006, 5:01 PM

David vs. Goliath

Seems as if the little "all you can eat" carriers are doing their best to become legitimate services.
Yeah Metro PCS has launched in many markets as well. Maybe one day we will have a nationwide carrier with unlimited minutes and 0 roaming fees!
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MntnMan

May 18, 2006, 9:45 AM

Feel sorry for those who have to deal with Leap /Cricket

🤭


I was a Cricket customer for almost 4 years.

I had to file 3 complaints with the BBB on them, ended up getting the phone number to their regional offices receptionist desk.

And worst of all when they refused to take my money, they started threatening me!

LOL!!!!
🤣

Good luck to all the poor souls that are stuck dealing with them!
bones boy

May 17, 2006, 6:54 PM

Love those billboards!!

They have ads on billboards all over Houston!! Guess they must be doing quite well.

I know Cricket is VERY popular among the credit challenged in Phoenix and Tucson. Many of the cab companies in Phoenix give their drivers prepaid phones, as a way to save on cellular charges - flat rate for all the calls you make in the Cricket area. If you leave that area however, your phone becomes a nicely designed doorstop.
 
 
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