It's nearing the middle of November which means we're getting closer to the Holiday season, filled with tons of food, warm fires, family and of course gifts. This is also the time of year we see plenty of companies and retailers offer up some of the best deals anyone can find on all the things they love, like electronics, and this case new Android devices. It isn't going to be quite Black Friday tomorrow, that is still a little ways away, but that isn't stopping Cricket from bringing some great new special deals on Android devices to consumers. Starting tomorrow Cricket Wireless is offering consumers the chance to pick up some free 4G LTE smartphones and other "must-have" deals.
Kicking things off Cricket is throwing consumers the HTC Desire 510 for free after a $75 mail-in-rebate, which can be picked up at Cricket Wireless or Gamestop stores. Not bad for a fairly new HTC LTE device. They're also offering up the original Moto G LTE for $24.99, also after a $75 mail-in-rebate. So basically you'll pay $99.99 up front and get $75 back. Cricket is offering other discounted deals on Android devices too, with deals on the Moto E, ZTE Sonata 4G, LG Optimus L70, Samsung Galaxy Express LTE, and the ZTE Grand X(LTE). Those devices will cost $49.88, $39.99, $59.99, $99.88, and finally $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate respectively. Also worth noting is that not all phones are available through Cricket Wireless retail locations. The Samsung Galaxy Express LTE and the Motorola Moto E are only available at select Walmart stores according to Cricket.
Also through the end of the year, Cricket is offering up $100 bill credits again to customers from competing wireless carriers if they make the switch to Cricket Wireless. This includes consumers switching from T-Mobile and Metro PCS, Sprint, Boost Mobile, and Virgin Mobile, and Cincinnati Bell. If customers are planning on switching multiple lines over to Cricket Wireless from one of those carriers, they will also receive a $100 bill credit for those additional lines, with no limit on how many lines they can switch over. The deals on devices go through January 8th and they start tomorrow, while the bill credits will end December 31st.