Prepaid carriers try to woo subscribers by enticing them with low-priced plans that offer added incentives like a generous amount of mobile data. Since there are multiple carriers catering to prepaid customers we often see a healthy competition between them. Cricket Wireless has established itself is a player in this market and its recent move is going to appeal to subscribers looking for more data. This AT&T-owned prepaid carrier has increased data allotment across all plans.

The Basic plan on Cricket Wireless costs $40 per month. This provides subscribers with unlimited nationwide talk and text. On the basic plan previous data allotment was 1GB. Now subscribers will get 2.5GB of data on this plan without having to pay extra.

Same goes for the $50 smart plan. Subscribers now get 5GB of data instead of 3GB along with unlimited nationwide talk and text.

No change has been made to the $60 Pro plan and it retains the previous 10GB data allotment. However for a limited time only Cricket Wireless has introduced an “Advanced” plan which brings 20GB of data for $60 per month including unlimited nationwide talk and text.

However this program isn’t eligible for the prepaid carrier’s Group Saving programs. To save $5 on all of these plans subscribers can sign-up for Auto Pay.

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