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Cricket 4G LTE Hits Vegas!

Cricket 4G LTE

Welcome the fastest thing to hit fabulous Las Vegas—Cricket 4G LTE! Starting October 16th, 2012, Cricket 4G LTE Broadband service will be available in Las Vegas, Nevada. Cricket 4G LTE customers can start browsing at speeds up to five times as fast as 3G, using slick, portable devices like the Huawei Boltz modem. And, as always, getting connected with Cricket means great prices with no contract and no overage fees.

 

What is Cricket 4G LTE?

LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and is a 4G (4thGeneration) technology standard for wireless communication of high-speed data. LTE operates on a separate wireless spectrum than 2G and 3G networks, and is a substantially faster way to browse, stream or download to your desktop or laptop computer.

 

What does 4G LTE mean to you?

4G LTE means less waiting, better browsing and faster streaming—wherever you are. Just plug a Cricket portable device into your laptop, and you’ve got 4G LTE speed at home or on the go.

 

Do it all at lightning speed:

  • Stream videos, sports and movies
  • Browse your favorite sites and photo galleries
  • Play online games
  • Upload and share photos to social media

 

Why Cricket 4G LTE?

Cricket 4G LTE offers speeds as fast or faster than our competitors at a low cost with no contract, no credit check and no overages. 

 

When will Cricket launch 4G LTE in additional markets?

Cricket has planned to continue to launch additional markets in 2012 and 2013.  Please check mycricket.com for updates.

 

Where can I purchase Cricket 4G LTE service and learn more?

Visit one of the Vegas Cricket Corporate-Owned Stores starting October 16th, 2012 to learn more and get started with Cricket 4G LTE. Plus, for a limited time, Tucson and Vegas customers can get an instant $50 rebate on the Huawei Boltz Modem (originally $149.99)! Click here to find a location near you.

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