Get a Galaxy S5 from Cricket for $539.99 after mail-in rebate

Cricket Wireless is offering the Samsung Galaxy S5 for $539.99. Starting this Friday, June 27, customers can get this price with a $50 mail-in rebate. This offer is only for a limited time.

AT&T recently relaunched Cricket as its nationwide prepaid service, rolling it in with AiO Wireless to form a unified brand following AT&T's acquisiton of Leap Wireless. Cricket is currently transitioning away from its MVNO agreement with Sprint to run on AT&T's network. Cricket offers low-cost plans for phones, which customers can bring to the carrier themselves, or purchase directly from Cricket at full price.

Will you be picking up a Galaxy S5 from Cricket with this rebate? Tell us in the comments below.

Press release:

Cricket Wireless Offers Best Prepaid Price on Samsung Galaxy S® 5

Galaxy S® 5 is available for a limited time in stores and online for $539.99 after mail-in rebate* for customers looking for the best deals in prepaid

ALPHARETTA, Ga., June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cricket Wireless announces the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S® 5 in stores and online with the best pricing in prepaid for just $539.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate Cricket Visa® Promotion Card starting this Friday. Only at Cricket can no-contract customers rock a Galaxy S® 5 at that price, with a service plan that is just $35 a month after a $5 credit for using Auto Pay, taxes and fees included. And it keeps getting better because Cricket' LTE coverage reaches more than 280 million Americans on its new, reliable, nationwide 4G LTE network.

The expanding 4G LTE device lineup is just one more way Cricket Wireless is giving customers an affordable wireless experience that is first class. The Galaxy S® 5 introduces new industry leading technology and meaningful innovations that consumers care about most. It delivers simplified control and experiences on a brilliant 5.1-inch display, a 16 megapixel rear facing camera, lightning fast data connections, and health and wellness monitoring. The Galaxy S® 5 uses the latest technology so Cricket customers can stay connected to their world, community, friends and family at home or on the go. Additional features include:

S Health™ allows customers to access health info, track and map workouts and make and track healthier eating choices right on the Galaxy S® 5. The Galaxy S 5 features the world's first heart rate monitor integrated into a smartphone. Users can receive real-time data before and after exercise, simply by placing a finger on the sensor located by the rear-facing camera. † Take the phone where you want to go. With its IP67 rating, it offers a durable design that's dust and water resistant †† "At Cricket, we offer customers more for their monthly wireless service. We give them the devices they want and care about, at prices they can be excited about, on a new, reliable and fast 4G LTE network," said Andy Smoak, Cricket Wireless' AVP of Product. "The Galaxy S® 5 in prepaid with no annual contract for just $539.99 after a mail-in rebate is a great reason for customers to come check out Cricket."

The new Cricket offers affordable price plans starting at $35 a month after a $5 credit for using Auto Pay-- including taxes and fees with no U.S. roaming charges; free devices now and in a year thanks to Cricket Rewards**, our loyalty program for Cricket customers, and up to $90 in discounts for using our multiline family plan, Group Save***.

More than 3,000 newly redesigned and rebranded Cricket Wireless retail stores across the U.S. are open and ready to greet customers with these and more offers. For device images and other press materials visit our: new Cricket newsroom. To learn more about Cricket or find a store near you, visit www.cricketwireless.com and connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/cricketnation and Twitter at twitter.com/Cricketnation.

 
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tmiller679 says:

Six hours after story was posted and nobody cares? lol

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alphahere says:

Is the bootloader locked?

gleek12 says:

Yes I may wait a few months. I am using an unlocked LG Optimus Pro G and it is working great soo far on Cricket