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Cricket Wireless Unveiling Party at Haven Lounge

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Cricket Wireless Unveiling Party at Haven Lounge

AT&T recently purchased Leap Wireless Inc., which operated the Cricket wireless brand – and now the best of Cricket and AT&T’s Aio Wireless brands will band together to introduce the new Cricket – a powerful force that provides customers a different kind of wireless, without an annual contract.

I was invited to attend the Exclusive Cricket Wireless Unveiling Party at Haven Lounge while in Miami. The event featured hors d’oeuvres, a Luxury Open Bar, and a sneak peak at what’s to come with the new Cricket before it was revealed publicly.

We all waited patiently as the screens at Haven Lounge slowly revealed the brand new Cricket Wireless logo. You will see this logo across the country as it promotes their affordable, no contract wireless service.

While there, I also had the opportunity to hang out with other brand advocates, including Yvonne of SpoiledLatina.com. She’s currently a brand advocate for Aio Wireless – but now thanks to AT&T, we’re teammates!

I invite you to check out the new Cricket Wireless, especially if you’re in the market for contract-free wireless service.

About Cricket Wireless

With easy activation, great devices, and a service that works hard for you, Cricket Wireless is what you’ve been waiting for.

With Cricket Wireless you get a first-class nationwide wireless experience at a price that fits your life, without any annual contract. Shop for the latest cell phones, including iPhones, Android phones, and smartphones from Nokia and ZTE. Love your current phone? No problem! You can add it to the Cricket network.

Stay connected with Cricket’s reliable nationwide network and fast 4G LTE speeds. Our simple, straightforward monthly prepaid phone plans include mobile data access and unlimited talk and messaging. Plus all prices include taxes and fees so there are no surprises.

[disclaim]This is a sponsored post on behalf of Cricket Wireless. I received compensation and cell phone service to facilitate this post. All thoughts and ideas remain my own.[/disclaim]

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Originally published on April 21, 2014. Last Updated on May 11, 2016 by Pattie Cordova

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