Cricket Fka All-In-one (AIO) was the brainchild of att. Tmobile announce All-in today as a brand new concept. Att should have used their own idea on their post paid
Poor Service? Expensive Plans?
Funny, I'm here because I can't beat the service/price ratio at the moment. But regardless, wasn't cricket originally a MVNO for CDMA networks, and then AT&T bought them later?
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MetroPCS is $60 per month with a $5 discount per family line plan. Yes Cricket was a CDMA MVNO as was Metro. There was speculation Cricket and Metro would merge.
Last edited by Pastor Marty; 01-05-2017 at 09:19 PM.
MetroPCS $30 plan for 6GB
Current website pricing for MetroPCS is $60 for unlimited plan and $30 1 GB plan.
Imagine the plight of metro store owners. T-Mobile killing its own brand? Who will want metro pcs now? I'm confused.
Companies complement each other. Similar to Apple and Samsung. I'm glad there's competition between metro and cricket.
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Plus, Metro doesn't cap you at 8Mbps, and their pings are much lower.
What is OP trying to say? So what AT&T killed the AIO brand for Cricket. What does TM or Metro have to do with it?
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You can't beat Metro 2 line deal especially since music streaming does not count against your data and you can tether. If you are a highly mobile person and coverage is number 1 Cricket is the way to go unless tethering is important. I have one line on Cricket and one on Gophone. I used Metro for 1 month. T-Mobile coverage was better than I expected but not good enough as I travel daily for work.
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