Cricket Tuning Into Music
Jan 30, 2007, 2:51 PM by (staff)
Leap Wireless has partnered with Musiwave to bring music downloads or streaming to Cricket. Although they don't partner with any other American carrier, Musiwave provides over-the-air full track downloads to many of the largest European operators. Cricket was not specific about what type of services Musiwave will provide, however they did say the service will be launched later this year. Cricket is expected to roll out EV-DO service soon, and music will likely be a part of their 3G package.
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First thread yippee... anywho... with such a limited coverage area i have a feeling this is pointless... unless you are in a cricket coverage area... other than that you are SOL!!
Well, that's the who...