Cricket Wireless, the prepaid subsidiary of Leap, has just announced the availability of the iPhone 4 and 4S on its network. A 16GB 4S will set you back $500, while an 8GB 4 clocks in at a slightly more affordable $400. Both are available with Cricket's $55 "unlimited" everything plan, which includes all you can eat talk, text, and data -- provided your idea of "unlimited" data falls within its fair usage policies (in this case, 2.3GB of data). Cricket is hardly alone among America's smaller carriers in offering the iPhone, C-Spire as well as a number of regional carriers all stock Apple's wares. What makes this offering unique, is that Cricket is the first completely prepaid carrier to sell the handset. So, if you want an iPhone, but don't want the contract or the post-paid, usage-based fees? Well then, Cricket might just be your new best friend. Check out the PR after the break and hit up the source for more info.
Continue reading Cricket now offers the iPhone with $55 'unlimited' everything plan
Cricket now offers the iPhone with $55 'unlimited' everything plan originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 31 May 2012 08:34:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
Permalink The Next Web | Cricket | Email this | Comments
Via: EngadgetSimilar Newsgab Articles: Sprint will offer unlimited data plan for the iPhone 4S T-Mobile cancels Even More Plus unlimited plan on eve of launch? Verizon offers unlimited LTE data plan for HTC Thunderbolt, don't expect it to stick around Verizon confirms iPhone will get $30 unlimited data plan, we try to act surprised Cricket launches new wireless plan with unlimited music for $55 a month
View Tag Cloud