Cricket Wireless has just announced that is about to expand its portfolio by another solid affordable Android smartphone. Targeting the US market, the Alcatel Idol 5 will be Cricket Wireless exclusive offering. The phone will on sale in October 27th priced under $200 and will be offered alongside with a new VR headset called the UNI360 VR Goggles. Dressed in premium metal body, the handset is equipped with a package of decent specs that overall bring great value for the low price. All these makes the Idol 5 a perfect companion for those looking for mobile VR experience that won’t break the budget.
Those looking for an affordable smartphone on Cricket prepaid network, just got a new Samsung device to choose among. Dubbed the Galaxy Halo, the Android Nougat-based phone is a rebranded version of the Galaxy J7 Perx launched earlier this year at Sprint and its pre-paid brands. Right now the alternative version of the phone is available at Cricket Wireless with plans starting as low as $30.
If you on the market for an affordable smartphone with an almost tablet size screen, Cricket has something you may want to take a look at. Recently, the prepaid carrier announced to expand its portfolio by the 5.7-inch LG Stylo 3. Except for pretty decent specs, the phablet’s offers users precise stylus-enabled input and enhanced data security, which is pretty crucial these days.
Shortly after Easter, Cricket Wireless, the AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary, has expanded its affordable portfolio of Android phones by another handset. Well, perhaps not a completely new one. Being simply a Cricket-branded incarnation of the well-known LG K20, the LG Harmony provides its potential users with a package of quite decent specs for under-$100 price tag. If you are looking for a cheap and capable replacement phone, the LG Harmony should get on your radar.
Earlier today we shared the news that US Cellular has just added a new affordable phone to its line-up. However, the LG K8 isn’t the only pocket-friendly Android phone to debut today as Cricket Wireless has announced to expand its inventory by the LG Fortune. Closed in a slim body shell the phone packs entry-level specs that are excused by a really affordable price tag of under $100.
Just yesterday we reported that Cricket Wireless is about to add LG X Power to its Android smartphones portfolio. Today the carrier’s offer has expanded by another Android device, the Alcatel Streak. Being the Alcatel’s latest pocket-friendly offering the phone is now within your reach for less than $30 without any long term contracts. For that little money, you will get a pretty capable device offering 4G LTE speeds packed in a compact body featuring 4.5-inch touch screen.
Two months ago LG introduced a new line of devices under the X brand. Each of its members puts emphasis on one particular feature. Today, the company announced to release a X Power smartphone that is oriented to heavy media users as its really massive battery is promised to last up to 2 days on an extensive usage. Soon the phone will be available nationwide distributed by Cricket Wireless prepaid store.
The vast majority of smartphone makers try to release their phones as soon after their announcement as possible in order to minimize competition’s chance to win over potential customers. Sometimes, however, you have to wait for the phone. And wait. And then wait some more. That was the case with the Alcatel Idol 4. The device went official together with its larger sibling, the Idol 4S, way back in February at MWC but no launch date was revealed at that time. That was five months ago in case you’re not very good with math. The wait is finally over, though, and today we learnt that the phone will be heading over to Cricket bundled with free VR goggles and low price.
The first quarter of 2016 is over and it was very fruitful for Samsung. During these three months, the company released a number of smartphones such as the premium Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and the mid-range Galaxy J5 and J7. However, Samsung caters to the needs of all its customers, including lower-end crowd. With these users in mind, the manufacturer announced two new cheap phones, the Galaxy Amp Prime and Amp 2, both of which are destined for Cricket.
On Friday Cricket Wireless announced the full featured ZTE Grand X3 to join their list of offerings. The phone debuts equipped with a 5-inch screen, quad-core processor and a pretty massive battery. Labeled with an extremely affordable price tag the phone comes as an offer for all those budget-conscious customers who demand more for their dollars.
Kyocera intros waterproof Hydro View and DuraForce XD smartphones and ultra-rugged DuraXE flip cell phone
According to statistics, the most common damage to a smartphone is a broken screen closely followed by liquid ingression. Even though the data includes only smartphones, non-smartphones are equally prone to the same type of injuries. Luckily for users who fail at being gentle with their phones, there are manufacturers which specialize in more durable devices, for example Kyocera. The Japanese company just introduced a trio of new models including waterproof Hydro View and DuraForce XD smartphones and ultra-rugged DuraXE flip cell phone.
If you are feeling sad about summer ending, Cricket has something that may cheer you up, especially if you are in the market for a new affordable phone. The carrier has just added the HTC Desire 520 to its portfolio and is selling the phone for a budget-friendly price of only $99.99. There is even more good news – Cricket kicked off fall season with price cuts on a bunch of devices and is now offering smartphones for as low as $19.99 for new customers.
Have you been thinking about joining Cricket Wireless but couldn’t find the right phone to go with the service? You may want to check again. The prepaid carrier just added two new devices to its portfolio – the LG G Stylo and HTC Desire 626s. Both phones are now on sale via carrier’s local stores and can be ordered online.
Chinese manufacturer ZTE is the 4th manufacturer in the US, following in the footsteps of such big names as Apple, Samsung and LG. When it comes to phones destined for prepaid market, however, the company is doing even better occupying the third place. Speaking of prepaid phones, ZTE’s portfolio just got enriched with two new Android devices. Earlier today the company announced the ZTE Maven for AT&T GoPhone and ZTE Sonata 2 for Cricket.
Cricket and ZTE launches Android smartphone that costs only $50 without contract, free after mail-in rebate
High-end phones are cool but fancy features and cutting-edge technological solutions are pricy. If you are looking for an affordable phone with decent specs, you may want to check out the latest addition to Cricket’s portfolio. The carrier together with Chinese company ZTE launched an Android smartphone that costs only $50 without contract, and can be yours free after $50 mail-in rebate. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the ZTE Overture 2.
Today we have a good news for all those of you wanting to put your hands on the new Lumia 640. The phone has just hit the US shore having Cricket Wireless for its first and so far the only distributor. Unveiled back in March at Mobile World Congress along with its bigger sibling, the Lumia 640XL, the Microsoft Lumia 640 is a new Windows Phone mid-range sector offering sporting a 5-inch screen, 4G LTE connectivity and affordable price.
Announced on March 1st at MWC in Barcelona, Samsung’s most awaited phone of this year, the Galaxy S6, arrived in the US earlier this month. Up until now, however, its availability was limited only to the largest carriers. It no longer is the case, as AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary Cricket added the device to its portfolio earlier today. The phone is now available in carrier’s retail stores and online.
Looking at the number of articles dedicated to the Galaxy S6 (and the Edge model), you would think that it’s the only smartphone Samsung has released in a long time. Naturally, it’s not. Samsung is a very active mobile maker – arguably one that makes the most smartphones each year. The Galaxy S6 happens to be its latest and most premium device released so far; however, there are several more Galaxies just waiting to be noticed and appreciated. One of such phones is the Galaxy Grand Prime released recently in the US via Cricket Wireless prepaid network. The handset is now on sale in carrier’s stores priced at $179.99 without contract.
Another day, another carrier adds the Moto E (2nd Gen.) to its portfolio. Announced two weeks ago, the upgraded version of Motorola’s cheapest phone is already available through Sprint and its pre-paid networks, Boost and Virgin Mobile. Starting today, there is one more place you can grab the handset from. The Moto E 2015 Edition for Cricket Wireless is now on sale via carrier’s online store for $129.99 without contract.
Long gone are the times when all phones were more or less the same size. Now you can find handsets in all sizes, the average measuring 5 inches diagonally. Objectively speaking, a 5-inch phone is a pretty big device. However, as the tendency to make things bigger continues, many users look for even larger phones. With such users in mind, the 6-inch ZTE Grand X Max+ was made. The phablet is now available for purchase from Cricket Wireless priced at $199.99 with no annual contract.