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    Default N5 on the New Cricket

    Is anyone using the N5 on the new Cricket since they were acquired by AT&T. I was thinking about getting their $60 plan w/ 5 GB of data.
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    I'm using N5 on AIO/Cricket. It worked great when it was AIO, and the switch to Cricket AT&T has been transparent. The LTE speed is throttled at 8MBs, but that is good enough to stream YouTube and Netflix so far. I consistently get a tad over 8MBs. I have the 2.5GB $50 plan ($45 with autopay). I'm not sure how it'd be if using the old Cricket network and towers though.
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    Default Re: N5 on the New Cricket

    Quote Originally Posted by maxq54 View Post
    I'm using N5 on AIO/Cricket. It worked great when it was AIO, and the switch to Cricket AT&T has been transparent. The LTE speed is throttled at 8MBs, but that is good enough to stream YouTube and Netflix so far. I consistently get a tad over 8MBs. I have the 2.5GB $50 plan ($45 with autopay). I'm not sure how it'd be if using the old Cricket network and towers though.
    Isn't the older network CDMA? In anycase the AIO/Cricket Wireless option is a good one! I say make the jump. The N5 device is an awesome phone as well. Cheap monthly plan with great data pools and a handset with good hardware? Whats not to like! :P I say make the cut over.
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    Default Re: N5 on the New Cricket

    Quote Originally Posted by maxq54 View Post
    I'm using N5 on AIO/Cricket. It worked great when it was AIO, and the switch to Cricket AT&T has been transparent. The LTE speed is throttled at 8MBs, but that is good enough to stream YouTube and Netflix so far. I consistently get a tad over 8MBs. I have the 2.5GB $50 plan ($45 with autopay). I'm not sure how it'd be if using the old Cricket network and towers though.
    ^^ Me too! Exactly as above.

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