Cricket Holds Multi-Phone Android Sale Through July 9th

Phone sales are nothing if not common for most carriers, but that doesn't make them any less exciting to hear about when they pop up. At current, Cricket Wireless is having a pretty decent sale worth checking out if you're a subscriber to their service, or even if you're not and thinking about switching to one of their offerings. With a phone sale going on, there is generally no better time to make the jump if it was already something you were planning on doing. The sale covers a number of different Android phones as well as some other smartphones in which they offer on their lineup, and the sale is reportedly continuing through until July 9th so even if you aren't making it into a store today to see what they have, you should still have time to give things the once over. Having said this, waiting too long could prove to be unfruitful as stores may run out of stock of the most popular sale items.

So what phones can you expect to save some cash on if you opt to pick them up? For starters, Cricket is featuring two different phones to highlight as the best deals on offer, which includes the Nokia Lumia 635 LTE and the ZTE Prelude II, both of which are only $0.99 right now. These two deals have one caveat though, they require a new activation of a smartphone plan, and it locks out those who are making the switch from AT&T, which makes perfect sense as AT&T now owns Cricket Wireless.

As for the other devices, you can also find the HTC Desire 510 LTE on sale for $29.99, the ZTE Overture 2 LTE for free after a $50 mail-in rebate ($49.99 before), the Moto E LTE for $79.99, the ZTE Grand X 4G for $99.99, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE for $129.99, the ZTE Grand X Max + LTE for $169.99, and lastly the iPhone 5c 32GB (LTE) for $299.99. While the sale does last until July 9th, Cricket Wireless also mentions that prices are subject to change at any time, so customers who are interested in any of the sale deals are better off going in sooner than later to pick up what they're looking for. Cricket also began selling the Samsung Galaxy S6 at the end of April, so if you're already a Cricket customer and want a top tier flagship device, you have this option as well.

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