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    Cricket plan changes? Anyone else see this?

    I'm guessing the next change won't be lower prices but increased data. Basic should go to 6gb IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksurfer View Post
    I'm guessing the next change won't be lower prices but increased data. Basic should go to 6gb IMO.
    I agree prices across the board have pretty much bottomed (except for the insane temp promos from carriers like Sprint) and now it's about increasing data buckets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksurfer View Post
    I'm guessing the next change won't be lower prices but increased data. Basic should go to 6gb IMO.
    I could see dropping the price on the "Unlimited 2" to $45 or $50 to make it more attractive, especially for single lines and lines on the family discount. The $5 difference isn't really enough to keep people on the slower unlimited if for $5 more they can get HD video and faster data. The "slower" unlimited is still more expensive than a fully unlimited plan on MetroPCS as well, and dropping it down to $50 could help; going all the way down to $45 and advertising as "get a better network with unlimited data for less than MetroPCS" could really push customers over if they're wanting to push their unlimited 2 plan heavily.

    I don't think they want to make the $30 plan all that more attractive (maybe a bump to 2GB to compete with MetroPCS?,) and especially with the heavy family discounts they probably don't want to go lower than $40 for the minimum cost for a family plan-eligible line anyways. I'd love to see them remove the 8Mbps cap as well to compete on that aspect with MetroPCS, but in all honesty I don't think most people that Cricket and MetroPCS are targeting really care too much about that differentiation.
    Not bad for a free unlimited line from Sprint!

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