What we know about the new Cricket Wireless hotspot
WalMart Australia has unveiled the first-ever mobile hotspot for Cricket Wireless customers, the Cricket Wireless Mobile Hotspot, with the first customer in Australia to receive it.
The mobile hotspots will be offered in selected locations in Australia and New Zealand, with further locations to be announced in the future.
Read more”We are excited to offer this innovative technology to our customers, and to all our loyal Cricket Wireless consumers worldwide, in order to help them access and enjoy the convenience of our world-class mobile hotspoing service,” Cricket Wireless chief operating officer Peter Chappell said in a statement.
“Our customers deserve better, and the Cricket Mobile Hotspots provide that for them.”
The Cricket Wireless mobile hotsphere offers customers a range of different features including Wi-Fi hotspot capability, a phone book and a mobile phone app, and is capable of providing free Wi-FI hotspot access on its customers’ devices.
“Cricket Wireless is thrilled to be working with WalMart to deliver the first Mobile Hotsphere in Australia,” Cricket CEO David Gough said.
“As a long-standing customer of Cricket Wireless, we are pleased to have the opportunity to further expand our customers mobile hotsping service to provide them with even more convenience.”
Read moreRead moreCricketer Wireless has announced a new wireless hotspots for Cricket customers in Australia.
The Cricket Wireless Hot Spot, which will be available in select locations in South Australia and Queensland, is capable to offer free Wi‑Fi hotspots and will be used by Cricket Wireless members and Cricket Wireless Hotspot users in the state and territory.
The Cricket Mobile Hot Spot is a $49 mobile hotspad, with features including a phonebook, phonebook apps and an online phone book.
The Hotspot will be compatible with both Cricket Wireless and Cricket Hotspot members.
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