The Samsung Galaxy S6 was released in the US on April 10, but so far it's only been available at the big carriers. That's set to change soon, though.
AT&T's prepaid subsidiary Cricket has announced that it will start selling the Galaxy S6 on April 24. On that day, you'll be able to grab one both online as well as in the carrier's stores.
The price for the handset will be $649.99, obviously sans any long term commitment requirement. Cricket also has some payment plans of its own. Through one of those you can get the S6 with just a $19.99 down payment, with approved credit and a smartphone plan. Or if using the carrier's 90 days same-as-cash option, there will be a $49.99 initial payment, and no credit check.
If you use the latter strategy, you have three months to pay the remaining $600 balance on the phone's price, which you can do through installments. The first option described above is basically a 24-month loan with 0% interest.
Hi Sir i would like to know is this Cricket Version of S6 which is G920AZ is Original Samsung Product ? and do this is a At & T version ?? please inform me as someone is selling me this set.. thx
Does Cricket install AT&T crapware too? Or will it be free of crapware? I want a T-mobile version because their bootloader is usually unlockable, while AT&T branded phones are bootloader locked and comes with so many crap.
It's actually really great!! Cricket uses the same towers as att ever since they bought cricket. I have cricket and I'm really pleased with their service.