Cricket Wireless Cell Phone Plans Summary

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Cricket Wireless Cell Phone Plans Summary

Cricket Wireless, a prepaid wireless provider owned by ATT has continued its national expansion into retail by offering its services in nearly 1600 Target stores.  Starting on October 25th, 2015, SIM cards and phones will be available via participating Target stores and via http://target.com

The addition of Target to Crickets growing list of distributors expands its presence to over 9,000 retail locations.

Cricket Wireless provides unlimited talk, text, and data plans ranging in price from $40-$60 with a $5 discount offered for enabling autopay.  High speed 4G LTE data speeds are throttled to 8 Mbps download, with no throttling on uploads.  Cricket offers 2.5 GB of data on its $40 plan, 5 GB on its $50 plan, and 10 GB on its $60 plan.




Sources Cricket Wireless Mediaroom 
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At this point in time which ATT MVNO or ATT prepaid subsidiary offers the most monthly data per month with unlimited domestic calls and sms?

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Cricket. Although as mentioned in the article, download speeds aren’t at true LTE speeds but limited to 8 Mbps

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Good to know. Will their SIMs cost $0.99 at Target or be a dreaded $10 a pop?

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I haven’t seen a cheapie yet! Is T-Mobile not meeting your needs?

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I recently applied for a job which if I get will take me within a 200 mile radius. The company will either pay a portion of my current bill or they might give me a company phone.

I wouldn’t want to be stranded in a place with no coverage or weak building penetration while on T-Mobile. Plus it’s my personal number.

GPS will be my main data hog while I learn the roads if I get the opening.

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I can understand that. As far as GPS goes, have you tried Here maps for offline navigation? It works well and is free. Since you’re on iOS I’ll post link for that https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/here-maps/id955837609?mt=8

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Will test it out and report back.