The holiday season is around the corner and this means we’re going to see attractive promotions from various retailers, and carriers across the country. In the US, Cricket Wireless, a prepaid subsidiary of AT&T, is offering attractive attractive discounts on various smartphones, including several Windows Phone handsets. The promotions will kick off today, and will last until January 8th, so you have a decent amount of time to decide if you want to get your hands on any smartphone available under the promotion.
“With two free 4G LTE smartphones and discounts on other popular devices, Cricket wants to save customers money and puts more green in shoppers’ pockets this holiday season so they can spread even more joy,” said Janna Ducich, Cricket’s chief marketing officer. “Great deals on some of our most popular smartphones and affordable service plans as low as $35 after $5 Auto Pay credit, combined with our nationwide 4G LTE network that covers more than 98 percent of Americans will give those giving and receiving the gift of tech something to smile about during the holidays.”
Among Windows Phone handsets, the carrier is offering enticing promotions on the Lumia 530, 630, 635 and 1320. All of these handsets can be purchased from all Cricket Wireless stores. Here’s the pricing information:
- Lumia 635 (LTE): Free after a $75.00 mail-in rebate* (standard pricing $99.99; currently discounted to $74.99).
- Lumia 530 (4G): $29.99 (standard pricing $49.99)
- Lumia 630: $49.99 (standard pricing $99.99)
- Lumia 1320: $199.99 (standard pricing $279.99)
There you go folks, these are some decent handsets and are available at excellent price points. Most of the Windows Phone devices available under the promotion are entry-level. So those who are looking to give Windows Phone a run may want to take a look at them.
On a side note, Cricket Wireless is also offering T-Mobile, Metro PCS, Sprint, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile and Cincinnati Bell customers a $100 bill credit for switching as well.Further reading: Cricket Wireless, Microsoft, smartphone, Windows Phone