-EvDo- Arizona users get EvDo

If your in the Phoenix, Scottsdale or surrounding area’s you might be in luck. Customers in those locations are able to send/receive data and other web content using Cricket’s EvDo Network. The PRL you will need is 1025 or 1125 for Arizona Market’s. Avrage speed was found to be 760.00 KBPS Ballpark. Which in tests was fast enough to download video’s on Windows Mobile based Cricket phones from YouTube (With In-Sync Audio)

Some customers are experiencing a problem where there handsets *see* the EvDo Network but once the handset attempts to start a transfer is sent back down to the slower, 1xRTT Network. No solution has been found at the time of writing. EvDo Datacards are also being tested in Nashville. It has been confirmed that the price of a Cricket “Wireless Broadband” data card will be set at 179.00 with the price of service being 35.00 per month for up to 10GB of Transfer per month.


Hello Del Rio and Eagle pass.


WooHoo! Your in! Del Rio and Eagle pass are now going to be the newest states in the Cricket network. No official date yet but your in! Should be before the end of the year. (Or when the horrific rain you guys are getting stops so they can put the towers up! LOL)

NEWS RELEASE: Cricket launch’s Nokia 6275i.

PHOENIX–(CRICKETLOG)– Nokia and Leap Wireless International, Inc. (NASDAQ:LEAP), a leading provider of innovative and value-driven wireless communications services, today announced the availability of the Nokia 6275i handset, a slim candy-bar phone for Cricket customers.

We are very pleased to offer this sleek, classically designed Nokia handset to our Cricket customers, said Al Moschner, Leaps executive vice president, sales and marketing operations. The Nokia 6275i phone offers state-of-the art technology that will help our customers take full advantage of Crickets unlimited value. The handset also has a rich feature set, and is the perfect complement to Crickets affordable wireless service that doesnt require credit checks or long-term commitments.

Ideal for efficient, hassle-free communications, the Nokia 6275i phone has a user-friendly Nokia menu structure, animated wallpapers and screensavers and picture-enabled caller ID. The Nokia 6275i phone also features a high-resolution, 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom and flash, integrated FM radio and MP3 stereo, 21MB of on-board memory for user data, and flexible connectivity via USB, infrared or Bluetooth.

The Nokia 6275i phone is a powerful communications device wrapped in a compelling package for consumers, said Dirk Williamson, Vice President Sales, Nokia Mobile Phones, North America. We are excited about the opportunity to make this new handset available to Crickets dynamic subscriber base.

The Nokia 6275i phone is also compatible with Cricket’s nationwide roaming service, and is Java capable for downloadable wallpapers, screensavers, games and ringtones directly over the air to add to those already included on the phone. The Nokia 6275i measures 4.29 x 1.68 x 0.677 inches and weighs 3.7 ounceswith digital talk time up to 4 hours and standby time up to 10 days.

The Nokia 6275i phone is available at select Cricket retail stores and Cricket dealers immediately for $199.99. For more information, please visit a local Cricket retail location, or online visit www.mycricket.com or www.nokia.com.

Cricket gets Motorola W385

picture-1.pngOn the subject:-Most likely when this come’s out it will be a replacement for the W315.-The phone will *not* work with Cricket’s future EvDo Service. Its only 1xRTT compatible.-Its very much like the W370 that Tracfone has (370 is GSM) Main differences are the inclusion of Bluetooth, Camera, Exterior Mono Display and higher resolution interior with a larger memory along with Un-Confirmed expandable memory-Includes C2 Bluetooth-Voice dialing is included-Camera is VGA (640×480 Res.)-Phone price is estimated at under 150.00 which could make it a smash hit in the mid-range phone area.

Boycott HowardForums, Join the Mafia

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I’m offically boycotting Howard-Forums due to poor management of there Cricket forum. This includes:

  • Poor management of Moderation Team.
  • Poor response to there community
  • Buggy software

And i’m asking you to Leave HoFo in the dust and Join the mafia, Cricket Mafia. Its what Howard-Forums and Cricket Phone Talk should and could have been. Its a forum thats not cluttered. Instead its purely about Cricket. Nothing but cricket. Including rumors, support and tips for flashing (Along with support.) So. Leave HoFo and CPT in the dust and join CM


[This posting was not paid. Made entirely by a supporter. Don’t ask me to make paid posts. I’ll tell you to f*** off.]

New site. New Features. New alot of things.

Cricket has done a major change to there site. This includes a face lift of the entire site, adding of ringback tones and more. Go to http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=1187197

For my write up on it.

Rumor: Caller tunes for Cricket.

[[NOTICE: Take this rumor very unseriously. The source from Howard Forums is un-stable and could just be an attmept to get noticed.]]

Another Cricket rumor has poped up. This time its caller tunes. From what i remember. Caller tunes are what you someone hears when they call you, Instead of the normal call tone. The source states that there could be a 10.00 activation fee for the service and has yet to state an estimated price for the service. More as it comes! Along with some news next week on a new phone i got for cricket (Its not one you can buy in the store ;)) and news with the launch of Cricket in North Carolina.