Cricket Gives Most Popular Plan More Data
Cricket Wireless customers can score more data on the prepaid carrier's most popular plan without raising their rates. Cricket's existing $50 service plan is improving from 5 GB of LTE data each month to 8 GB of LTE data starting today. The $50 monthly fee still includes unlimited talk and text, taxes included. Existing customers can upgrade online or by visiting a local Cricket Store. Cricket sells monthly plans that range from $30 to $70. People who take advantage of the Auto Pay tool can receive a $5 discount each month.
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