CricKet Merger with AT&T
“July 12, 2013
To our Valued Cricket Customers;
We are always looking for ways to improve the experience we deliver to Cricket customers. Today marks an important milestone for Cricket and an exciting next step for our company as Cricket's parent company, Leap, has agreed to be acquired by AT&T. Today's announcement will not result in any change or disruption to your Cricket service.
What This Means for Cricket and for You
This transaction will enable us to provide our customers with even greater access to high-quality wireless services and access to AT&T's award-winning 4G LTE mobile network. We are excited about the opportunities to provide you with even better device choices, improved customer care, and an enhanced mobile internet experience leveraging the latest 4G mobile technologies.
Until the transaction is complete - which we expect could take six to nine months - Cricket and AT&T will continue to operate as independent companies. You and your customer experience remain our top priority and our day-to-day operations will continue as usual.
We remain committed to you and will continue to focus on providing you with innovative, value-rich prepaid wireless service with no long-term contracts.
We appreciate your business and thank you for your continued support of Cricket.
Chief Executive Officer
President & Chief Operating Officer"
As some know this will happen in long time, but do you guys think we will need to use SIM cards in the future because if yes, the R800x with cricKet will be doomed-.
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