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Cricket Now Offers Pay By Week Plan

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Apr 24, 2007, 3:23 PM   by (staff)

Cricket today announced a new weekly pre-paid calling plan featuring unlimited local and long distance calls as well as text and picture messaging. Cricket by Week costs $18 for seven days of service, with no additional fees other than roaming or international calling. Cricket is the first pre-paid carrier to offer unlimited service for less than a month. Cricket's monthly plan with the same features costs $50, a $22 savings over four weeks of the new weekly plan.

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Apr 24, 2007, 4:19 PM


seriously if you have to pay your cell a week at a time you have more serious problems than your phone bill.
bad move for cricket, makes there service even more ghetto. like a pay by the hour motel.
Actually, for someone who may travel and be out of that area a lot, it's terrific. If you plan to spend one week per month in that market, on average, you only pay for that one week for a local phone.

College age people could benefit from that as ...
Wait am i missing something, 18*4=72, and the monthly plan is onlt $50. Why would you pay per week and end up payin more? Maybe im missing something, can smeone clearify this for me?

Apr 30, 2007, 6:36 PM

Cricket in Chicago?

I heard Cricket was coming out here. Any truth to that rumor?
cricket has bought spectrum in chicago and it looks like they will be offering service there, but it'a huge area to build out so i can't even guess on the time frame

Apr 24, 2007, 5:46 PM


...that's exceptionally ghetto.
ONe week you are making it big next week you are down. I see their point.
you dont even know what ghetto is to even comment on it.
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