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Cricket Wireless Surpasses 9 Million Subscribers

Cricket Wireless Blog – 4.27.18 (4.26.18)

Atlanta-based Cricket Wireless announced today it broke the 9 million subscriber mark. The company was acquired by AT&T in 2014 and re-launched as the new Cricket with 4.5 million subscribers. Since then, it has disrupted the industry as AT&T’s fighter brand by simplifying the customer shopping experience, infusing transparency in its plans and pricing, and giving customers the latest devices on a great network.

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Activate Your New Cricket Service Directly from Your Phone

Cricket Wireless Blog – Originally published Feb. 7, 2018

We just made switching to a simple, smarter wireless service even easier. With Cricket Breeze-Thru, you can now buy a new Cricket device or Universal SIM card kit, pick from one of our affordable rate plans and start talking, texting or surfing the web in minutes.

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Cricket Wireless Celebrates Black History Month with Launch of Sounds of Celebration Program and Sweepstakes

Cricket Wireless Blog – Published Feb. 1, 2018

Black History Month is a time to celebrate and honor African Americans whose significant contributions have made an impact in their communities. Cricket Wireless is commemorating their influence to the world of music with the launch of their Sounds of Celebration program and sweepstakes.

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New Year, New FREE Smartphone – the Same Great Rate Plans When You Switch to Cricket Wireless

Cricket Wireless Blog – Published Jan. 18, 2018

The Holidays may be behind us, but we give the gift of affordable and reliable products and service all year long. Are you looking to switch to a simple, smarter wireless experience?

Source: New Year, New FREE Smartphone – the Same Great Rate Plans When You Switch to Cricket Wireless

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