|By PR Newswire||
|September 4, 2014 11:37 AM EDT||
ATLANTA, Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cricket Wireless invites area residents to the grand opening of its newest dealer-owned store in Akron and join the celebration with Cricket's "Buy One ZTE Prelude Get One Free" promotion. Visitors can also enter to win one of two Nokia 630 phones with one month of service, or one of two Bluetooth headsets.
Now through Oct. 19, 2014, Cricket is offering T-Mobile and Metro PCS customers a $100 bill credit at Cricket stores nationwide and online. There is no limit on the number of lines a customer can switch to Cricket, receiving a $100 bill credit for each line transferred.
WHAT: Grand Opening of New Cricket Wireless Store
Store hours: Monday through Saturday 10am – 8pm and Sunday Noon – 6pm
WHERE: 1505 S Arlington St., Akron, OH 44306
Cricket offers consumers easy and affordable unlimited wireless plans starting at $35 a month after a $5 credit for using Auto Pay; a great lineup of phones; a loyalty rewards program; and a fresh, friendly experience in stores and online.
Cricket family-friendly stores create a warm environment designed to put customers at ease. Dealer employees are ready to greet customers and help them select the best device and plan to suit their individual needs. There's even an area for kids to play/color.
About Cricket Wireless
Cricket is bringing consumers more value with a simple, friendly, and reliable nationwide wireless experience with no annual contract. The power of Cricket is our fast, reliable, nationwide 4G LTE network; easy and affordable unlimited plans with taxes and fees included; annual loyalty rewards; and a great selection of phones customers love. Cricket, Something to Smile About. Cricket is a subsidiary of AT&T Inc.
*Unlimited plans include 500 MB, 2.5GB or 5GB of high speed data access, depending on your plan. Use exceeding this high speed access allowance will result in reduced access speeds of a maximum 128 Kbps for the rest of your monthly plan cycle.
Terms and Conditions
* $100 T-Mobile/MetroPCS Switcher Credit Terms and Conditions - Offer ends 10/19/14. Available only to T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers porting a number to Cricket Wireless who purchase and activate a new line of service on a Basic, Smart or Pro rate plan. One $100 Switcher Credit per line of service. Credit issued to customer's account approximately 5 days before end of initial service period. Customer's account must be in active status and customer must be on a qualifying rate plan to receive Switcher Credit. Suspended or cancelled accounts are not eligible to receive Switcher Credits. Lines added to Group Save (multi-line) accounts 5 or fewer days prior to the end of a bill cycle will receive Switcher Credits during the following month of service. Switcher Credits have no cash value, are not redeemable for cash or any cash equivalent and are not transferable or refundable. Account credits are forfeited if your account is cancelled for any reason. May not be combined with any other offer. © 2014 Cricket Wireless LLC. All rights reserved. Cricket and the Cricket logo are trademarks under license to Cricket Wireless LLC.
**Auto Pay: $5 savings provided as an account credit at the end of each billing cycle while enrolled in Auto Pay. Auto Pay credit requires Auto Pay enrollment with a new Basic, Smart or Pro plan. Terms, conditions and restriction apply.
***Cricket Rewards: Loyalty Program: Cricket Customers on Smart and Pro plans earn one (1) Reward Credit for each full, on-time payment. Reward Credits are only redeemable for a phone upgrade once customer has earned a Device Credit(s). Customers earn a $50 Device Credit for every twelve (12) Reward Credits earned. Reward Credits expire, if unused, sixty (60) months after Device Credit becomes redeemable. Reward Credits earned at the account level. Device Credits are capped at $150 without redemption and are not transferable and have no cash value. Restrictions Apply.
SOURCE Cricket Wireless
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