Cricket Wireless: Beware of current deals

sierrajinx9

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Cricket Wireless (in-store offers - 5 smartphone lines for 100 | Cricket Wireless is offering a KILLER Deal that offers 5 Lines for $100 Dollars as a way to CLEAR its current CRICKET Inventory to start Selling Cricket Branded AT&T GSM/HSPA+ LTE Phones...

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Cricket is upgrading its CDMA network to 4G GSM and expects to stop offering CDMA wireless service as early as March 2015. THIS CDMA PHONE WILL NO LONGER WORK ON OUR WIRELESS NETWORK AFTER WE COMPLETE THIS UPGRADE.
 
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Re: Cricket wireless: Beware of current deals

Are you sure it is 100 for 5 phones? To me it appears to 100 for 5 lines of service, no mention of free phones.
 

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Re: Cricket wireless: Beware of current deals

You are correct, I did not mean to use the word "Phone"! They are offering amazing In-Store Deals and Amazing Discounts to get you to add Multiple Lines to your accounts NOW as a way to clear current inventory... clear inventory of soon to be defunct phones
 

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You are correct, I did not mean to use the word "Phone"! They are offering amazing In-Store Deals and Amazing Discounts to get you to add Multiple Lines to your accounts NOW as a way to clear current inventory... clear inventory of soon to be defunct phones

This deal is th Real Deal (pun intended), 5 lines of service for $100 out the door, no contacts, no additional charges AND it is NOT to clear out obsolete or defunct phones.

These plans are available with all 4g GSM phones including the new Samsung Galaxy S6.

In addition, each line gets a minimum of 2.5 gigs of 4g LTE data monthly!

It's the absolute best deal out in wireless.
 

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It is a fantastic deal. Feels too good to be true.

Would it be using AT&T's network so I get the same coverage I have now?

Could they maybe raise prices after a while or maybe shut down or something? Just wondering cause my family is on a contract AT&T plan right now which we couldn't go back to if we switched to Cricket so I'd hate to give it up for nothing.

EDIT: Do you guys know what band/frequencies it accepts? I checked my phone's imei and it says I can only get 3G when it's a Sony Z2 6503 phone that should be good for 4G LTE under AT&T.
 
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It is a fantastic deal. Feels too good to be true.

Would it be using AT&T's network so I get the same coverage I have now?

Could they maybe raise prices after a while or maybe shut down or something? Just wondering cause my family is on a contract AT&T plan right now which we couldn't go back to if we switched to Cricket so I'd hate to give it up for nothing.

EDIT: Do you guys know what band/frequencies it accepts? I checked my phone's imei and it says I can only get 3G when it's a Sony Z2 6503 phone that should be good for 4G LTE under AT&T.

I'm using the US Z3 Compact D5803 on Cricket and I am getting 4G LTE with no problems. I know this isn't the Z2, but if the radios are the same between the two, then you shouldn't have any problems with Cricket.
 

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