“On June 22, Cricket Wireless will become America’s first fully prepaid wireless carrier to offer Apple’s iPhone, with an “unlimited” $55-per-month plan,” AppleInsider reports.
“Cricket Wireless is a prepaid subsidiary of Leap Wireless, which offers ‘unlimited’ data plans under a ‘fair usage policy’ of 2.3 gigabytes per month,” AppleInsider reports. “The small carrier with 6.2 million customers announced on Thursday that it will become the first prepaid carrier in the U.S. to offer the iPhone to its customers.”
AppleInsider reports, “On June 22, Cricket will sell the 16-gigabyte iPhone 4S contract-free for $500, in addition to the 8-gigabyte iPhone 4 for $400. Both will be compatible with the carrier’s ‘unlimited’ $55-per-month talk, text and data plan.”
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MacDailyNews Take: When limited can be sold as “unlimited,” something’s broken. That said, it’s good to see the first prepaid iPhone in U.S.A.!