Cricket comes to St. Louis

Starting tomorrow, Leap Wireless will begin offering Cricket unlimited wireless service in St. Louis. The coverage area extends from Warrenton, Mo., to Keyesport, Ill., and includes 2.4 million new covered POPs bringing Cricket's national covered POPs to about 6.7 million.

The carrier will launch in St. Louis with nine retail stores and more than 80 authorized dealers. Plans will range in cost from $30 per month to $60 per month.

For more:
- see this release

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