The unlimited plan offered by AT&T’s prepaid brand, Cricket Wireless, offers better than average coverage, a reliable network, affordable pricing, and pretty adequate connection speeds at 8 mbps. But because it does not come with mobile hotspot tethering, it might have trouble distancing itself from what other competitors are selling.
It was only a matter of time actually, and now it really is happening -- the unlimited wars are now on prepaid, thanks to AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. T-Mobile and Sprint, of course, fired the first shots back in August of last year when they launched their respective unlimited data options, effectively igniting a war over who has got the better unlimited offering.
This recent piece of news may not be a welcome one for customers of Cricket Wireless who are availing of unlimited data -- apparently, the prepaid arm of major US wireless carrier AT&T has plans to implement a new network management policy that will affect customers under the Cricket Unlimited plan, especially those who consume over 22 gigabytes of data each month.
Sprint has threatened to discontinue service to mobile virtual network operator RingPlus for non-payment, and it could happen by February 11th. Apparently, the MVNO has filed a lawsuit against the major US wireless carrier, claiming that Sprint is involved in fraudulent practices. Moreover, RingPlus is seeking in its filing to stop or at least postpone the shut down.
Here is some good news for customers under AT&T’s prepaid brand -- Cricket Wireless has decided to boost the data cap on its $50 a month plan. From 5 gigabytes of data, mobile users now get to enjoy 8 gigabytes of data monthly. Also, the mobile operator has also done well to make the $50 a month plan a permanent option, instead of remaining as a special offer previously.
Cricket Wireless, the prepaid arm of major US wireless carrier AT&T, has decided to boost the data inclusions of its most in demand monthly plan. Indeed, the mobile operator’s $50 a month Smart plan has increased its data by 60 percent, expanding from the previous 5 gigabytes to 8 gigabytes. The $50 a month plan also comes with unlimited voice calls, unlimited text messaging, and unlimited 2G data.
Among the four biggest wireless carriers in America (namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint), AT&T has emerged as the network with the best customer care performance, at least according to a survey conducted by market research firm
Back in December of last year, Sprintintroduced a deal that promised to reduce the bills of subscribers of rivals Verizon Wireless and AT&T in half, that is if these customers decide to switch allegiances to Sprint.
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