Cricket is NOT the Cheapest Cell Phone Plan

Cricket competes in each local market to be the cheapest compared to the Big Cellular Plan Carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint). That’s why they always ask for your zip code. So in one city their cheapest plan might be $35 a month and in another they are $45 depending on the competition. It’s smart for maximizing their profits while providing a good offer.

But if you are really looking for the cheap cell phone plan, you might try one of the following instead. Just keep in mind, they might end up costing more if you use a lot of data. But if you just want to make calls, text, multimedia text (picture/video), these plans are great to check out.

  • Consumer Cellular – Plans starting at $10 a month, but nothing unlimited
  • H2O Wireless – Plans starting at $10 a month, they also some unlimited plans (with data caps)
  • Kajeet – Promoted as Smartphones for Kids. Plans start at $4.99 a month and go up with some unlimited features
  • Net10 – Their plans vary, so its best to review them on their website.
  • Page Plus Cellular – Plans starting at $10 a month, they also some unlimited plans (with data caps)
  • PTel Mobile (PlatinumTel) – Their plans vary, so its best to review them on their website.
  • Ready Mobile PCS – Their plans vary, so its best to review them on their website.
  • Red Pocket Mobile – Plans starting at $19.99 a month, they also some unlimited plans (with data caps) and offer Pay-As-You-Go Plans.
  • Simple Mobile – Their plans vary, so its best to review them on their website.
  • Total Call Mobile – Their plans vary, so its best to review them on their website.
  • Republic Wireless – Unlimited Plans starting at $19 a month
  • GoSmart Mobile – Seems to be owned by T-Mobile. Plans starting at $30 a month.

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