See how Cricket and Straight Talk measure up against each other.Cricket and Straight Talk have a few things in common. Both operate on AT&T's network (although Straight Talk also operates on Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon networks) and each do unlimited plans differently than any other pre-paid carrier.Cricket offers a cheap unlimited plan but caps your network speeds at 8 Mbps or 3 Mbps (depending on the plan), and Straight Talk requires you to buy a phone through it to have unlimited LTE for $55 per month as a promotion, while normally the unlimited plans only include a set amount of LTE data. While some may balk at these weird ways of offering service, they can work for quite a few people. With that in mind let's run the numbers and crunch the data to see which network is better.Cricket backgroundStraight Talk backgroundCricket plansCricket phonesStraight Talk plansStraight Talk phonesWhich should you go with?AdvertisementCricket backgroundWho owns it? AT&a...


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