Cricket Increases Data Amounts for Basic, Smart, and Pro Plans

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Today, Cricket announced small, but major changes for its customers using Basic, Smart, and Pro plans on the network. The carrier has decided to up the amount of data allotted to each plan, resulting in even more high-speed action for customers while on the go. 

To be more specific, the Basic Plan was set at 500MB for $40, Smart Plan was 2.5GB at $50, and Pro Plan was 5GB for $60. Today, these numbers go up to 1GB for the Basic Plan, 3GB for Smart Plan users, and 10GB for the Plan Plan. The prices, however, remain the same. In addition, do note that each plan features a $5 Auto Pay Credit for those who wish to enroll in that, making your bill even cheaper.

These changes go into effect on September, but Cricket states it will only last for a limited time.

Curious if your home and workspace are covered by Cricket’s network? Cricket Wireless is owned by AT&T, meaning that if you get AT&T coverage where you are, you will be able to receive Cricket.

For more info, check out Cricket’s website.

Note: For those who need to know about Cricket’s high-speed claims, read the following. From Cricket’s FAQ. “The new Cricket provides 4G LTE download speeds of up to 8Mbps, great coverage, and network quality to deliver a first-class wireless experience for value-conscious customers in the no-annual-contract space.”


Via: Cricket



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