New flagships are always launching from all of the big companies. And at the time, they’re usually quite expensive. But now that we’re ending 2017, all of the major flagships have gotten a whole lot cheaper. AT&T might say a Galaxy S8 will cost you $800, but you can usually snag one for hundreds less.
Cricket might not be the most well known wireless service on the market, but as a subsidiary of AT&T, it’s an excellent choice for locals who are looking for a cheaper wireless service than what many of the big companies offer. However, just like the big companies, you may move to or go to areas
Cricket Wireless started as a small, privately owned network that was loved by its customers because of their low prices, fair approach, and desire to fill a big gap in the market. Their only problem was limited coverage that simply couldn’t compete with some of the biggest carriers in the United States. This problem was
AT&T owned #CricketWireless will officially bring Alcatel’s Idol 4 to its shelves on August 5. This is a highly attractive device which will sell for a price of $199.99. Since it’s coming from Cricket Wireless, you can expect it to be a prepaid offering. On the hardware front, the Alcatel Idol 4 comes with a
We seldom publish carrier-specific problems but one user has reported about a Note 5 stuck in AT&T boot screen so we will post it here. Of course, we also include other #GalaxyNote5 issues. These are the specific topics discussed in this material: Windows 10 laptop can’t detect Galaxy Note 5 Galaxy Note 5 purchased from Vietnam