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Cricket Wireless announced today it is working with Amazon.com to make its devices, accessories and 4G LTE network available to even more consumers nationwide, starting with Cricket’s new Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Universal SIM Card Activation Kit.  Now available on Amazon for just $9.99, the Universal SIM Kit makes it even easier to switch to Cricket by letting customers enjoy free activation (online or via phone) of a new or existing device and phone number with a qualifying rate plan on Cricket’s nationwide 4G LTE network.  

“Like Amazon, Cricket is all about delivering the best customer experience possible,” said Jake Mullins, head of operations, Cricket Wireless. “We’ve built our business on providing first-class nationwide wireless service at a value price – and we make it simple.  By working with Amazon, one of the world’s best resources for mobile products and information, we’ll be able to show more customers that there is a smarter choice in wireless – and that choice is Cricket.” 

Available on Amazon with free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime, the Cricket BYOD Universal SIM Card kit includes everything mobile users need to take the guesswork out of activating their GSM device. The kit comes with easy-to-use activation instructions, a Nano SIM card, and two tray adaptors for Micro and Mini SIM cards.  So no matter what size SIM card a customer’s device requires, the Universal SIM has them covered. 

In addition to finding the new Cricket BYOD Universal SIM, customers on Amazon.com can also research and learn about Cricket service options.  With plans starting at just $35 a month (after $5 auto pay credit) — all in with taxes and fees included — customers enjoy great value in the no annual contract wireless space powered by more 4G LTE coverage nationwide than Sprint, T-Mobile, Boost or Metro PCS. 

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