Cricket Wireless

Cricket Wireless is a prepaid wireless service provider based in the United States and owned by AT&T. It provides wireless services to nearly 10 million subscribers in the country. Cricket Wireless was founded in March 1999 by Leap Wireless International. It offers 4G LTE coverage across most of the U.S. and has over 5 million customers.

The company only offers prepaid unlimited plans, with varying data options starting at $30 per month for 2GB, $50 per month for 10GB, and $60 per month for unlimited data. Customers can also take advantage of mPLUS rewards to earn points for downloading apps, playing games and other activities. Additionally, Cricket offers discounts on new phones when switching from another carrier.

However, there are some cons to using Cricket Wireless. The customer support can often be unhelpful, and phone prices are fairly expensive. The selection of phones is limited and does not include any Samsung or Google flagship devices. Furthermore, the basic plan is more expensive than competing carriers, offering only 5GB of high-speed data for $30.

Overall, Cricket Wireless offers reasonable coverage if you live in a city, as well as affordable prepaid service. Although there are some cons such as unhelpful customer support and expensive basic plan, Cricket Wireless is still a great choice for your next provider.