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Cricket Home Signal Boosters:
Boost signal in homes, offices, apartments, cottages, farms, and small buildings.
Cricket Vehicle Signal Boosters:
Boost signal in cars, trucks, RVs, boats, and other vehicles.
Cricket M2M Signal Boosters:
Boost signal for machine to machine applications such as fleet telematics, ATMs, vending machines, asset tracking systems and remote monitoring control systems such as monitored alarms, etc.
A subsidiary of AT&T, Cricket Wireless is designed to be a prepaid text, data, and wireless voice service provider. By 2011, the company already has 5 million subscribers throughout the United States. Leap Wireless International was the brains behind Cricket Wireless, which was later bought by AT&T for $1.2 billion. It was on March 13, 2014 when the acquisition was approved by the FCC or Federal Communications Commission, and afterwards the full acquisition was announced by Leap Wireless.
Leap Wireless first launched Cricket Wireless on March 17, 1999, at Chicago Illinois. The Wireless Broadband service of Cricket was launched later on using EV-DO on September 17, 2007. Three months later, Cricket was able to acquire the telecommunications business of Hagray Communication Group.
On the 29h of September 2008, Cricket Wireless announced that they have entered into a 10 year roaming deal with MetroPCS that covers both the companies’ current as well as future markets. On November 13, 2009, Cricket launched the Premium Extended Coverage, which is a roaming partnership with 14 other wireless firms.
Cricket Navigator was launched on April 13, 2010. The Navigator is basically a GPS app that hyper-local search, maps, and audible navigation.
Sprint and Cricket signed a five-year contract where Cricket Wireless can use Sprint’s 3G EVDO network in the United States.
Cricket Wireless released its operator for the low-cost touch phone by Kyocera Rio on the 12th of August 2010 and on the 31st of May 2012, Cricket released the news that both the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S are available on their network.
CDMA subscribers of Cricket are 97% covered in the United States thanks to the roaming and home networking agreement that they had with Sprint aside from other CDMA carriers. After being acquired by AT&T, Cricket launched devices that are using AT&Ts 3G, 4G LTE Network, GSM, and HSPA+. Cricket Wireless subscribers now have 98% coverage throughout the country using AT&T. A $10 a month fee was added to those who want to have international roaming for Mexico.
3G mobile coverage is available throughout the metropolitan area and will require you to have a Cricket Wireless phone that is compatible with 3G in order to use its services. A 3G indicator will appear on your cell phone when you are within coverage. You can still access 2G when you are outside the area of 3G coverage. You will need to look for a Cricket signal booster that matches the frequency of Cricket Wireless 3G to boost its coverage.
The 4G mobile broadband of Cricket Wireless represents areas in the United States where the 4G HSPA+ of Aio Wireless is available. Aio’s wireless 4G HSPA+ network is fully capable of delivering 4G speeds, especially when combined with a signal booster. Take note that you will need a device that is 4G HSPA+ compatible in order to use its service.
Cricket Wireless 3G and 4G mobile devices can boost their signals by getting a dual band Cricket cell phone signal booster as long as you are not using 4G LTE. For LTE phones, you will need a tri-band or even a five-band booster that will work from 2G to 4G LTE.
All signal boosting products listed above will work to boost reception on all phones on Cricket cellular network. All the ones that state "3G" in their product name will amplify voice, text, and 3G data connections. All items that have "4G" listed in their name will amplify voice, text, 3G as well as 4G, 4G LTE, and 4G Advanced LTE wireless data connections to Cricket mobile towers.