Check that your cell phone is compatible with our network - find your device ID number (IMEI) and use the quick-check tool above. Pick your plan - To get the most out of a great phone, you need a great cell phone plan.
Call Cricket Customer Support. 1-800-CRICKET (274-2538) or 611 from your phone. Mon-Sat: 9 am to 9 pm ET. Sun: 10 am to 9 pm ET.
Below is a partial list of BYODs that are compatible with the Cricket network. This list is not comprehensive. The most accurate way to ensure your BYOD is compatible with the Cricket Network before you go to activate service is to check your Device ID (IMEI) here. Your device will need to be unlocked to work on the Cricket network.
Cricket Basic Phone Setup: Activate your service online before inserting your SIM card. Your phone will recognize the Cricket network and update settings over-the-air in the background (that was easy). Start enjoying your cool new Cricket phone on our reliable nationwide network.
FREE motorola one 5G. with 3 months of our $60/mo. unlimited plan. Cricket may temporarily slow data speeds if the network is busy. Online only. Req’s new account and first 3 months svc. charge & tax due at sale. 5G may not be available in your area.
Cricket Internet/MMS 4G LTE APN Settings for iOS. In your iOS device, select Settings and then Cellular. Check that Cellular Data is turned on. Tap Cellular Data Options and then Cellular Data Network. Go to Cellular Data and enter information as below. Go to LTE Setup (Optional) section and enter information as below.
Cricket Wireless offers internet service across 36 states with the greatest coverage in Texas, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. Mobile broadband internet from Cricket Wireless is available to an estimated 94.7 million people, making it the 4th largest residential mobile broadband provider in the U.S. by coverage area.
Mobile network codes in ITU region 3xx (North America) This list contains the mobile country codes and mobile network codes for networks with country codes between 300 and 399, inclusively – a region that covers North America and the Caribbean. Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands are included in this region as parts of the United States.
Mobile Network Codes (MNC) are used by wireless networks. The code is made up of a 3 digit Mobile Country Code (MCC) followed by the 3 digit Mobile Network Code (MNC). This list includes some discontinued codes that are still programmed into some cellular handsets.