Are you an AT&T subscriber who would like to see your carrier offer unlimited talk, text and data deals like Sprint and T-Mobile do? You can already get an unlimited data plan from AT&T right now, but only if you’re a DirecTV subscriber. Barring that, your next best option is to switch to Cricket Wireless, an AT&T prepaid subsidiary that’s now offering unlimited talk, text and data for just $70 a month. For the record, this is better than T-Mobile’s best offer of $95 per month for unlimited talk, text and data.

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Even better, if you agree to make automatic monthly payments, you’ll get a $5 credit on your bill every month that will knock down your monthly costs to just $65. Cricket will also give T-Mobile subscribers a $100 credit if they switch over from the “Un-carrier.”

“We wake up every morning focused on giving our customers what they want – more network, a great customer experience, and better plans for less money,” says Cricket Wireless president John Dwyer. “Cricket has over 275,000 more square miles of 4G LTE coverage than T-Mobile. And our unlimited plan for a single smartphone line is $25 less a month. More coverage for a lot less money – two great reasons to make the switch.”

Check out the company’s full press release at this link.