HMD Global is once again working with Cricket Wireless to launch Nokia phones in the U.S. The company has announced the Nokia C5 Endi, C2 Tennen, and C2 Tava, coming over the next few weeks.
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HMD Global has formed partnerships with Verizon, Cricket Wireless, and Rogers to sell Nokia phones in the U.S. and Canada. Verizon will offer the Nokia 2 V while Cricket will sell the Nokia 3.1 Plus.
Now that Cricket Wireless is out of stock on the Nokia Lumia 635, Verizon is now the only major US carrier that sells a Windows phone, since the company still sells the Microsoft Lumia 735.
Alcatel's mid-range PULSEMIX smartphone with MotoMod-style SNAPBAK covers for enhanced sound, battery or just fancy lighting is now available from Cricket Wireless for just $79.99.
If you're looking for a new Windows phone on the cheap, Cricket Wireless might be a carrier that's worth checking out, as the company is selling pre-owned Lumia 640 devices for just $0.99.
If you've been looking for a Windows phone to test out, now is the time to pick one up, as Cricket Wireless is selling pre-owned models of the Microsoft Lumia 650 for just $0.99 with activation.
If you're looking for a new Windows phone on the cheap, Cricket Wireless has you covered. The AT&T subsidiary is now selling the Microsoft Lumia 640 for just $9.99 with activation.
Cricket Wireless no longer has any phones listed on its site that are made by Microsoft. It does offer one Nokia phone, however, and that is the Lumia 635, which isn't eligible for Windows 10 Mobile.
The Lumia 650 has disappeared from Cricket Wireless's website, with the AT&T-owned carrier now selling the Lumia 640 as its only Microsoft-made Windows phone. The unlocked model is gone as well.
A couple of months after it was originally unveiled, Cricket Wireless launched the Lumia 640 for $129.99 with no annual contract - but the impressive Windows phone is now available for just $21.99.
Microsoft's low-cost Lumia 640 is now even more affordable in the US. You can buy the cyan Windows Phone for $26.99 with no annual contract obligation - although the device will be carrier-locked.
If you transfer your phone number to Cricket Wireless, the company will give you a free Microsoft Lumia 650. Other eligible devices include a number of lower-end Android phones.
Cricket Wireless began selling the Lumia 650 three months ago for $129.99 with no annual contract. Its price quickly fell to $109.99, before dropping to as little as $69.99 - and it's now just $49.99.
Cricket Wireless started selling the Lumia 650 two and a half months ago, priced at $129.99 with no annual contract. Its price quickly fell to $109.99, and it's now available for as little as $69.99.
After announcing its plans to do so last month, Cricket Wireless is now selling the Lumia 650 - Microsoft's newest Windows 10 Mobile device - for $129.99. That's $70 cheaper than the unlocked model.
Months after a Cricket Wireless user manual for Microsoft's Lumia 650 was first spotted, the carrier has finally announced that it will start selling the Windows 10 Mobile device on May 6.
Cricket Wireless, a subsidiary of AT&T, has announced today that it will be offering an unlimited plan to its customers for $70 a month, or $65 a month if the customer enrolls in auto pay.
Cricket will join T-Mobile USA in offering the Lumia 640 this Friday. The 640 was announced at MWC just this year and features a 5 inch HD screen, quad-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 MP camera.
Samsung has announced that pre-orders for its flagship devices, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will begin on March 27 in the US, with the device being available in all three storage variants.
Cricket Wireless will be the first US carrier to offer Microsoft's most affordable Windows Phone ever, the Lumia 530, and when it goes on sale tomorrow, it will cost just $49.99 with no contract.
Microsoft's Lumia 530 - a new ultra-affordable Windows Phone that will slot in below the 630 in its range - will reportedly be made available on Cricket Wireless, in addition to T-Mobile, in Q4 2014.
Cricket Wireless will offer both the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S with a "no contract" plan, which includes unlimited talk, text and data (sort of) for $55 a month starting June 22nd.
An executive at Cricket Wireless says that the US wireless provider will "likely" sell smartphones based on Windows Phone 8, claiming, "'I've seen Windows Phone 8, and it's pretty impressive."