Essentially identical to the international Q Stylus, the LG Stylo 4 appears to be packing more memory on Cricket than MetroPCS at a higher price point.
The LG Fortune 2 only seems to have that ultra-low $99.99 price point going for it, running Android 7.1 Nougat and featuring overall subpar specs by 2018 standards.
The Verizon and Cricket-bound Moto E5 Play, aka E5 Cruise, doesn't look like much at a first glance, but one particular design choice and a presumably ultra-low price point may make it quite appealing to the masses.
In addition to ultra-affordable unlimited data plans, those who choose to switch to Cricket Wireless in the near future can get one of several Android phones free of charge.
There are now two Cricket Wireless unlimited data plans, the newer of which starts at $55 a month with a permanent 3 Mbps speed cap.
If you're in the market for a smaller, ever so slightly cheaper prepaid phone than the Blade X Max, Cricket's ZTE Blade X costs just $120.
It's far from stylish, and it largely packs mediocre specs, but Cricket's new Samsung Galaxy Halo is relatively inexpensive and Nougat-powered.
This naming scheme is all over the place, but Cricket's Alcatel Pulsemix, Amazon's A50 and the "international" A5 LED are essentially the same phone.
Exclusively available on prepaid Cricket Wireless plans, the Android 7.1 Nougat-powered ZTE Blade X Max only costs $149.99.
Following in the footsteps of last year's Amp Prime, and copying this year's J3 Emerge, Cricket's Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime 2 stands out with Nougat.
It's not exactly a thrift store phone, especially since the Microsoft Store is still selling the year-old phone for $199. Different story at Cricket.
The AT&T prepaid carrier already caps rates at 8Mbps. Now, unlimited data users may see bigger speed cuts like their postpaid counterparts.
A fingerprint sensor is not something high-end phones will brag about these days, but at $130, it's a killer feature for the ZTE Grand X 4.
Boost and Virgin are calling it Dawn, while Cricket and AT&T have just rebranded the ultra-affordable Android phone as Alcatel Streak and Ideal.