Activation on a $60 Monthly Unlimited Plan
What’s the news? Cricket Wireless is growing its Samsung A series portfolio. Starting today, customers looking for a smartphone that helps simplify their daily lifestyle can take home the new Samsung Galaxy A03s for free when they bring their number to Cricket and activate service on the $60/mo. Unlimited Plan.1
Why Choose This Device? This smartphone offers a long-lasting battery, triple camera system and fingerprint security along with other Samsung features you love:
- Enhanced Productivity: The processing speed is super-fast so you can keep up with your daily tasks and stay productive on the go.
- 3x the Fun: Find your picture-perfect angle with the 5MP selfie camera and shoot your best shot with a rear camera that has one 13 MP and two 2MP lenses that offer multiple shooting modes.
- HD+ Display: Stay connected and enjoy your favorite TV series, movies, games and more on the sleek and smooth infinity 6.5” HD+ display.
- More Memory Storage: Never lose the memories that bring you the most joy with now up to 1TB of expandable memory.
Big Savings for New Customers. It’s never too late to join the Cricket family, but now it’s a better time than ever. Keep some of that tax refund in pockets with Cricket’s Mega Sale just in time for tax season. Customers looking for a FREE smartphone with no commitment can get the Samsung Galaxy A02s and Samsung Galaxy A12 when they bring their number to Cricket and activate a line of service on the $60/mo. Unlimited plan. For those who want to experience the power of 5G at an affordable price, we’re offering the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G for $49.99 and the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G for $59.99 when you bring your number and activate a new line of service on our $60/mo. Unlimited plan.
Looking for Other Ways To Save? With Cricket, customers get more than a great phone and access to 5G on all our plans. We include features and services year-round including:
- International calling. Customers on our $552 and $60 unlimited plans can reach out to family this holiday with free calling, text and messaging in and between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Customers in Mexico can use their phone in Mexico just like they do in the U.S. with no extra charge. For customers in Canada, primary usage must occur in the U.S.
- Ad-supported tier of HBO Max in included in our $60/month Unlimited plan.
- Easy, Smart Investing with Acorns where Cricket customers who sign up for a new Acorns account, and invest $5, will receive a $10 investment bonus in their Acorns Invest account, while Acorns customers who switch to Cricket will receive a $20 investment bonus. For every month their wireless service is paid, Cricket will invest $1 into their accounts.3.
- FREE subscription to Bark Jr Parental Controls app that helps families navigate the digital world and keep kids safer online.
- Our Refer-A-Friend program allows customer to earn up to $250/year in account credits by referring your friends to Cricket (10 referrals per calendar year).
- Qualifying customers can save more through the new federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides eligible households a benefit of up to $30 a month and up to $75 on qualifying Tribal lands to reduce the cost of their wireless bill.
To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy A03s, visit cricketwireless.com.
1 First month svc. charge & tax due at sale. Activ. (in-store, $25/line) & add’l fees may apply. Restr’s apply.
2 Cricket may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy.
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AT&T Corporate Communications