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Cricket Wireless 5 Smartphone Lines for $100

We’re just 1/4 of the way into 2016. Already, this year is shaping up to be a good one for wireless phone deals! Cricket Wireless is offering 5 lines for $100.00 per month. Here’s how it works: your first line is $40. This is for Cricket’s Basic Smartphone Plan: unlimited talk, text, and 2.5GB of high-speed data usage. Add a second phone and save $10. Add a third phone and save $20. Add a fourth line and save $30. Finally, add a fifth line to save $40. So, you are paying $40 + $30 + $20 + $10 with your fifth line FREE. Your total cost is $100.00 for all 5 lines. With Cricket Wireless, this INCLUDES all taxes and fees! All on their reliable nationwide 4G LTE network with no annual contracts required.

Offer available for a limited time at participating locations. Terms, conditions, and restrictions apply. Most Cricket Wireless stores will be open regular hours on Tax Day (Monday, April 18.)

Cricket Wireless $35/Month Unlimited Talk & Text

Are you familiar with Cricket Communications? Cricket is an up-and-coming wireless cell phone provider. Their coverage area has grown substantially, now covering over 90% of the U.S. population. Cricket is currently offering a plan that’s nearly impossible to beat: $35.00 per month for unlimited talk and texting. Includes long distance, voicemail and caller ID. Plus, Cricket is a pay-as-you-go prepaid cellular service. This means you don’t have to sign a contract!

For an extra $10 per month (total $45), you also get picture messaging, video messaging, call waiting, 3-way calling, 411 (directory assistance), mobile web, call forwarding, data backup, international text, and navigation. Plans are also available for your Android or Blackberry smart phone. If you don’t use your phone every day, you might want to check out Cricket’s PAYGo prepaid cell plans, offering unlimited features for as a little as $1.00 per day! If you’re considering changing cell phone providers, be sure to give Cricket a look before you sign another wireless contract!