Have you ever truly sat back and calculated what you pay for wireless service each month? The wireless experience is continually changing. Yes we were able to move beyond limiting and costly contracts but those were replaced by phone leases and other clever tactics. Whether or not your finances have been impacted by the pandemic, saving money is always a plus. If you’ve recently set out to reduce your monthly expenses, you might want to take a look at your wireless plan and consider saving with Cricket Wireless, a reliable option that currently services over 10 million customers in the US.

They offer affordable rate plans starting at $30/month** before opportunities for added savings, plus all service plans include monthly taxes and don’t require an annual contract. You’ll still have access to a reliable nationwide 4G LTE network that covers more than 99% of Americans. If you are new to Cricket, you can bring your own compatible device or choose from one of theirs.

Once you sign up for Cricket there are additional ways to save. Here are 4 ways to save with Cricket Wireless:

1. Auto Pay: 

Customers that enroll in Auto Pay on select plans will get $5* off their service every month. By signing up for Auto Pay you can save up to $60/year. 

2. Refer a Friend: 

You can earn up to $25 in bill credits for every person you refer to Cricket, with a maximum of 10 referrals/$250 in bill credits per year**. After 60 days of active service, you get $25 in bill credits and so does your friend. 

3. Ad It Up App: 

You can save money by playing games on your phone. The Ad It Up app by Adfone lets Android users earn points to redeem Cricket bill credits and gift cards. Points are earned by playing games, viewing ads, taking surveys and watching videos. The points are redeemed right through the app, so it’s easy to take advantage of this feature.

4. Bridge Pay:

If you’re short on cash when it’s time to make a payment, Bridge Pay allows you to break your monthly payment into 2 or 3 payments with a 7-day extension. You can pay a portion of the bill when it’s due, and then pay the rest one week later. It’s a great way to maintain service and avoid a reconnection fee. It’s important to note that customers are charged a fee for Bridge Pay ($5 on a single line or $10 on a multi-line account), however you avoid a $25 reactivation fee by maintaining service.*** 

* First month rate plan charge due in full. $5 credit applied upon enrollment in Auto Pay. Credit received at end of billing cycle. Auto Pay not available with Group Save discounts or select promotional offers. Visit mycrick.it/AutoPay

** Exclusions and restrictions apply. See mycrick.it/RAF for details.

*** Restr’s apply.  See URL for details.




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