More and more mobile phone users are getting away from standard providers with contracts and going to providers like Cricket Wireless where no contract is needed. Many of these people purchase cheaper phones outright, but some still out to pay outright for a high-end smartphone or bring their own device to the network.
Cricket Wireless has announced that it has rolled out some new service plans for customers to choose form. The new plans come after the acquisition of Leap Wireless was completed. The new plans include 4G LTE data access and include unlimited talk, text, and data with rates starting at $35 monthly.
To get the $35 monthly rate you do have to choose automated billing for the additional $5 off each month, otherwise plans start at $40. Prices go up from there to $45 monthly, $55 monthly with the extra $5 off with the autopay credit.
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