Cricket Gives $50 Credit To Customers Who Switch To Their Service
AT&T owned Cricket Wireless has started a new promotion for customers who switch to their service. To those who port their phone number to Cricket service from another carrier that’s not AT&T related, Cricket gives $50 bill credit for a limited time.
Update: Promotion has been extended until
April 4, 2016. Originally, it’s end date was scheduled for March 31.
Update April 26: Promotion extended ones again, this time it’s available for a limited time. Kyocera Hydro VIEW can be purchased for $29.99.
Original: In order to qualify for a $50 bill credit, customers need to port their phone number and activate service on one of the Cricket’s plans that start at $40 at up. However, they are not required to purchase a new phone from Cricket in order to be eligible for this promotion; they can bring their own GSM phone (BYOP) that they need to pair with $9.99 Universal SIM Card Kit or they can purchase the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime for $29.99. In separate promotion, Cricket offers great phone discounts for switchers like, for example, LG Risio for $19.99 (regular cost $59.99), LG G Stylo for $59.99 (regular cost $199.99), ZTE Grand X Max+ $99.99 (regular cost $159.99) and more.
Basic phones are not included in the $50 bill credit offer. Also, to qualify, customers need to pay for the two months of service within 45 days and up to $25 activation fee. They can expect to receive a $50 credit within 60 days of activation.
Plans that work with Cricket’s $50 bill credit promotion for switchers are $40, $50 and $60 unlimited plans, which are available for $5 less per month with auto pay. All three plans include unlimited talk, text and data with high speed data allotments; the $40 plan has 2.5GB of high speed data, the $50 plan 5GB and the $60 plan 10GB of data at high speeds. Also, the $50 and $60 plans come with unlimited international texting (SMS only) to 38 countries and unlimited calling, texting (text, picture and video messaging) and data roaming in Mexico and Canada.
Source: Cricket Wireless