Here’s everything you need to know about the AT&T MVNO.
Cricket Wireless is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) or “alternative carrier”. MVNOs lease coverage from the Big Four networks (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon) and sell it to customers for less. The benefit of an MVNO is that you experience the same level of service as a customer on one of the larger networks, but you can often find talk, text, and data plans for a fraction of the cost.
Cricket is owned by and leases coverage from AT&T. If you sign up with Cricket, that means you get AT&T’s 4G LTE coverage, as well as unlimited plans.
If you like AT&T’s coverage, but you’d prefer a cheaper bill every month, then consider signing up with an MVNO. Here’s what you need to know about Cricket Wireless.
Cricket offers fairly straightforward unlimited talk and text plans with varying allotments of 4G LTE data. All plan prices are flat fees, with taxes and fees included. So you will only pay $30/month if you opt for the $30 plan, for example. All plans, except the $25/month Talk & Text plan, come with unlimited talk, text, and 2G data. Pricing varies depending on how much 4G LTE data you opt for.
|1GB||Basic (4GB LTE)||Smart (8GB LTE)||Unlimited 2 (22GB, slower LTE)||Unlimited (22GB, faster LTE)|
|With Auto Pay||$25||$35||$45||$50||$55|
|Extras||Eligible for Group Save Discount||Tethering included, International texting, roaming in Canada and Mexico, eligible for Group Save Discount||International texting, roaming in Canada and…|
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