AT&T’s subsidiary, Cricket Wireless, is expanding its retail presence by offering its smartphones in nearly 1600 Target locations across the United States. Starting October 25, Target customers will be able to get their hands on a Cricket Wireless-powered device in-store and online.
Those who are interested will see data plans starting at a meager $35/mo after a $5 AutoPay credit. You’ll also be able to take advantage of Cricket Wireless’ vast 4G LTE network, boasting more coverage than T-Mobile, Boost, Sprint, and even MetroPCS.
Here’s just a few things you can expect to see in making the jump to Cricket Wireless as your carrier:
- “Bring Your Own Device” Universal SIM Card Kit for compatible devices
- Unlimited texts and calls to and from the US, Mexico and Canada on a Smart or Pro plan
- Compelling selection of smartphones from HTC, LG, Samsung and ZTE ranging from $49.99 – $129.99
Do any of our readers use Cricket Wireless? How happy are you with their service? Be sure to let us know in the comments!
source: Cricket Wireless