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    45 with 3G?

    i wanted to know if the 45 dll plan had 3G for my smart phone, because i read it was only 1X but i am not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesusanchez View Post
    i wanted to know if the 45 dll plan had 3G for my smart phone, because i read it was only 1X but i am not sure.
    The Basics $45.00 dollar plan does provide 3G speeds. Cricket has a limit of 1 Gig (1024MB) of data on that plan. Once the 1 gig of data is absorbed Cricket reduces your speed to about 56k so that your a not completely cutoff from the network. Keep in mind this plan does not provide the data needed to run apps or purchase apps from app stores for a smartphone. Youtube, GPS, Gmail, and other apps needing Data are simply not going to work on this plan. A smartphone can run on this plan but at this point it limits the smartphones ability to use all of the features. I had a Ascend smartphone for over a year on this plan but was never satisfied with the limited features. Went with the $50.00 dollar data plan and have been very satisfied. I recommend you try the smartphone data plans well worth the extra cash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oc3ddie View Post
    The Basics $45.00 dollar plan does provide 3G speeds. Cricket has a limit of 1 Gig (1024MB) of data on that plan. Once the 1 gig of data is absorbed Cricket reduces your speed to about 56k so that your a not completely cutoff from the network. Keep in mind this plan does not provide the data needed to run apps or purchase apps from app stores for a smartphone. Youtube, GPS, Gmail, and other apps needing Data are simply not going to work on this plan. A smartphone can run on this plan but at this point it limits the smartphones ability to use all of the features. I had a Ascend smartphone for over a year on this plan but was never satisfied with the limited features. Went with the $50.00 dollar data plan and have been very satisfied. I recommend you try the smartphone data plans well worth the extra cash.
    i do not mind having only 1GB of data, just wanted to make sure the 45 dll plan had 3G because a friend of mine had 45 and only 1X so i was overthinking of it. and i cannot afort the 50 dll plan as im a student and do not have a job....

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    I too have limit funds available for my smartphone plan. Look into Crickets bridgepay features. Cricket allows a one time partial payment to keep your services up and running. What is BridgePay and how does it work?

    BridgePay is a flexible payment option available to Cricket customers. It allows a customer to make a $17 payment (per line of service) which is applied to the bill balance and a $3 $5 payment fee (this is a single service fee, not a per line charge). In return for this partial bill payment, the customer is given an additional 7 days (grace period) after their due date to pay their bill in full.


    I made a bridge payment a week ago and my services have not been cutoff. This really helps when I have to really stretch my cash. Hope this helps.

 

 

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