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Latest low-end device hits the right price point with modern features

Along with announcements of new device payment plans and updates to Muve Music, Cricket announced that it will be carrying a new low-end device, the Samsung Galaxy Discover. The Galaxy Discover ticks some boxes but isn't going to wow anyone -- with a 3.5-inch display, 3MP camera and few extra features, it's clearly meant for the first-time smart phone buyer. It still has access to Google Play, along with Cricket's Muve Music service and most modern features.

The Galaxy Discover is available starting July 21st for $129.99 on Cricket's unlimited plans, which start with talk, text and 1GB of high speed data for $50 per month.

 

Cricket Announces Launch of the Samsung Galaxy Discover

~ Galaxy Discover Offers Cool Features at an Exceptional Value ~

~ Features the Latest Version of Muve Music’s Enhanced Experience ~

SAN DIEGO — July 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Cricket Communications, Inc. today announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy Discover™. With access to popular apps, games, music and movies, the Galaxy Discover is an affordable smartphone option in the popular Galaxy series. The Galaxy Discover will be available at Cricket company-owned stores, dealers and at www.mycricket.com starting Sunday, July 21, 2013 for $129.99 (MSRP).

“The Samsung Galaxy Discover is the perfect mobile device to keep our customers in the loop with all of their friends. With a large 3.5-inch touch screen and a 3 megapixel camera, they’ll be able to capture, watch and share all the special moments,” said Matt Stoiber, senior vice president of devices for Cricket.

On the Galaxy Discover, Cricket will offer the latest version of Muve Music, which has been completely rebuilt to deliver a faster and better way to experience your favorite music. Newly designed sidebar navigation allows for quick access to all the features of the Muve Music app. With access to thousands of Android mobile apps through Google Play, customers will be able to stay on top of all their tasks and stay entertained. The panoramic capable 3 megapixel camera includes options for white balance, exposure, 4x zoom and color effects.

The Galaxy Discover is available on Cricket’s 3G all-inclusive smartphone rate plans starting at $50 for unlimited talk and text plus up to 1GB of full-speed data per month. The $60 smartphone plan contains up to 2.5GB of full-speed data per month and the $70 smartphone plan offers up to 5GB of full-speed data per month. With the $60 and $70 plans, customers can use their device as a hot spot to power additional wireless devices.

For more information about Cricket’s dynamic service and newest device lineup and to check for availability, visit www.mycricket.com. To follow Cricket’s latest news and updates online, visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/cricketwireless and Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/cricketnation.

About Cricket
Cricket is the pioneer and leader in delivering innovative value-rich prepaid wireless services with no long-term contracts. Cricket offers nationwide wireless voice and mobile data services over high-quality, all-digital 4G (LTE) and 3G CDMA wireless networks. Cricket’s innovative products and services including the award-winning Muve Music® – the first music service designed for a wireless phone, are available nationwide at Cricket branded retail stores, dealers, national retailers and at www.mycricket.com. For more information about Cricket, please visit www.mycricket.com.

 
There are 6 comments

mtmerrick says:

*insert snarky comment about low end Samsung running Stock Android here*

jwyche007 says:

Still better than touch wiz...

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VAVA Mk2 says:

Agree

Jdane07 says:

Well hot damnnn... GOODBYE HTC ONE AND NEXUS 4!

NoNexus says:

Well I wouldn't give up the HTC one

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Johnny Z says:

I don't understand why there are so many Samsung phones. Why not just re-release the Galaxy S. It's already been designed, the production cost would have to be insanely low by now, and it's probably a better phone.

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