Cricket


might not have a nationwide network of its own, but in the past few years it has supplemented its primary network with roaming agreements from competitors such as
MetroPCS


and Sprint. They reportedly had troubles with Sprint in the recent past, but according to
FierceWireless’s Phil Goldstein


, they have restored the relationship. In the same piece he mentions that Leap has entered into an LTE roaming deal to supplement its own fledgling network. There was no network named, though it’s certainly curious that the report includes the information about Sprint (which I’d only previously heard about through informal channels). Agreements like this are crucial for Leap if it wants to sell LTE phones in its primary markets.
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