Redesigned with you in mind, the myCricket App is simple, seamless and FREE. It gives you the freedom to manage your Cricket Wireless account anywhere, anytime with just the tap of a button. What to Expect: Account Home Screen. No need to wonder about the status of your wireless account because we’ve made it easy to stay up to date on payments, plans, data, due dates, and exclusive offerings.
The myCricket App lets you make payments, check data, view usage, change your plan, or add features. You can do it all on your smartphone. You can manage your Cricket account on the go with the myCricket app. What if I Have a Multi-Line Account?
You can suspend your Cricket service temporarily. If you find your phone, it's easy to restore service. If you cancel or suspend a line of service, you won't get a credit or refund for unused monthly service. We recommend getting a new phone so you can enjoy the Cricket service you've already purchased.
Set it up in the myCricket app. 1. Open the myCricket App. 2. Turn on Auto Pay. 3. Sit Back and Relax. You'll get a $5 account credit at the end of each billing cycle before we charge your card. *Note: The $5/mo Auto Pay credit does not apply to Group Save accounts or lines of service on the $25/mo or $30.mo plans.
Redesigned with you in mind, the myCricket App is simple, seamless and FREE. It gives you the freedom to manage your Cricket Wireless account anywhere, anytime with just the tap of a button. What...
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Keep Me Signed In. Only use this option if this is not a shared device. Forgot Password | Forgot Username. Create an Account. Get your account info on the go with the myCricket app!
Learn about Mobile Devices and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Heads up! Changes may be coming to your cell phone. On November 4, 2019, hardware limitations for certain mobile devices will cause the Global Positioning Systems (GPS) functionality to stop working properly on those devices. While this won't affect your ability to