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Cricket Wireless Brings Back $50 Switcher Credit Offer

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Cricket Wireless just launched a new $50 Switcher Credit offer. According to the announcement, the offer is available to individuals who port an eligible number and activate a new line on a qualifying plan in the same transaction. You also need to make two monthly service payments with a minimum of $30 per month within 45 days.

In order to use this offer, you must be active and in good standing for 45 days. Cricket says you will receive credit within 60 days after activation. One credit per qualifying line. 

The offer excludes port-ins from AT&T. Basic phones and upgrades are not included in the offer as well.

This $50 Bill Credit offer is valid until March 6, 2017.

Visit a nearby Cricket Wireless store to learn more about this promotion.


Source: CricketWireless

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  1. Good things are coming and happening at Cricket.

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    1. What other things are coming to cricket?

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    2. Good things

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    3. Faster ping/latency, $55 unltd plan, VoLTE/Wi-Fi calling, $50 port-in credit, and AT&T's native network. Only thing MetroPCS has on them now is unthrottled LTE and hotspot at no extra charge.

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    4. MetroPCS has better customer service and doesn't charge the 8 junk fees that Cricket does. Plus zero-rated music streaming and $1 option for call records. International options are better too.

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  2. For new port-ins, yes. I'm already the using AT&T network.

    Still considering switching over and buying the LG True feature phone, $30 unlimited talk & text plan. Then pick up a tablet and data plan.

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  3. Does the offer allow port-in from AT&T MVNOs, like H2O? Or should it be considered as AT&T?

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    1. I don't know but a Cricket dealer should be able to tell you if your phone number is eligible.

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    2. "only" unthrottled data and hotspot? Oh cricket will have wifi calling, welcome to 2012(

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    3. Thanks Dennis. I could verify the credit eligibility of my specific H2O number with Cricket chat, and was told that it is not eligible. Looks like AT&T MVNOs show as AT&T. Not sure about how it would work with multi-carrier MVNOs like Tracfone or Redpocket. - OP

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  4. Too bad nothing compares to MetroPCS right now. Wouldn't switch to a throttled service for any amount of money. I need coverage that works, T-Mobile delivers.

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  5. Good things coming to cricket are volte and wifi calling.

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  6. File under Cricket rumors, from chat with them today:

    "Sara N: Yes, we are planning to add roaming in Europe, we do not have the dates yet, but it will be done pretty soon and we will let you know"

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  7. Not that attractive. They will need to do better if they want to get my Ting/RingPlus number. Is this offer available online or do I need to signup at a Cricket store and pay the activation and sim fee?

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  8. Metro has zero rated music like iHeartRadio ?

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    1. "Metro has zero rated music like iHeartRadio"

      If true, that means they fine you for listening to audio sources they don't approve of. A real scam.

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    2. "Music Streaming Zero-rated: Streaming music from over 40 services does not count against data limits on $40 and higher plans."

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  9. Wondering if ports using byod kits work for this. Did one last night. It was a kit I bought for ten bucks maybe two years ago at Amazon or Walmart. Brought a line from Verizon.

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  10. According to Wave 7 Research Cricket Wireless began packaging five free Galaxy phones with service for $100 a month.

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    1. Galaxy Amp 2. And you need to port in 5 numbers from other networks.
      $125 return fee if you change your mind.

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  11. Question:

    AT&T has its new (?) lower-tier unlimited plan for about $68 or so after feels. It is capped to 3mbps, and does not allow the hotspot option.

    How does this compare to the Cricket Unlimited? Does the "better" AT&T experience help make up for the lower capped speed? Does it include AT&T roaming?

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  12. I've been with Cricket for 3 years. 4 phone lines and my Galaxy Tab 3 w/sim $100 mo.
    Had the Tmobile $30 month 100 min unlimited data/stealth/clueless Plan through Walmart before that.
    I see things getting worse at Cricket and ready to move all 5 lines to Metro or Cellular One lol

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    1. Sounds like quite a downgrade, as you lose a lot of coverage. Why not go to Verizon instead?

      If forced to leave Cricket, I'd rather upgrade than make a major downgrade.

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