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    Article: AT&T's Official Press Release About the Cricket Wireless (Leap) Aquisition

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    So I'm wondering if my cricket s3 will pick up there 4g or will I need to get a new phone or 4g sim?

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    I'm not sure of the full capabilities of the Cricket GS3.

    It looks like AT&T supports:


    AT&T Mobility



    United States


    700 17 No September 2011

    AT&T Mobility



    United States


    1700 4 No September 2011
    While Cricket is:

    Leap Wireless


    (
    Cricket Wireless


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    United States


    1700 4 No December 2011

    I never noticed this, but it suggests that in the future it might be able to use some of AT&Ts existing network.













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