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AT&T finally has an answer for the Un-carrier, but AT&T subscribers can’t have it

T-Mobile Vs ATT Cricket Wireless

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.

Prior to joining BGR as News Editor, Brad Reed spent five years covering the wireless industry for Network World. His first smartphone was a BlackBerry but he has since become a loyal Android user.