Leap rolls out Cricket in Las Vegas

Leap Wireless announced that its Cricket service is now available in Las Vegas. The new network is running on the carrier's AWS spectrum holdings. The carrier recently launched services over AWS spectrum in both Oklahoma City and southern Texas. The Vegas network will span 1,500 square miles and will cover about 2 million pops. While the carrier has three roaming partners for the service, it has not disclosed which carriers won the deal. The network will faciliate all of Cricket's current calling plan offerings plus its PC card unlimited data offering for Las Vegas subscribers.

For more on Leap's offering:
- read this press release


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