AT&T’s subsidiary Cricket to offer the Lumia 650
The no-contract provider will sell the phone for $199
Microsoft has released a user guide for the Lumia 650 called ‘Cricket’. This is a clear sign that the new smartphone will be offered in the US very soon through the AT&T pre-paid subsidiary.
According to the product page of Lumia 650, the new Windows Phone supports LTE bands 2, 4, 5, 7, 12, and 17, which means the phone can be used on AT&T, Cricket and T-Mobile networks.
There is no official confirmation about the Lumia 650 for Cricket and the pricing, but we are sure that the US users will be able to get their hands on the phone in March or April.
AT&T and T-Mobile are the only two carriers in the US supporting Windows 10 Mobile at the moment. AT&T is now offering the flagship Microsoft Lumia 950, while T-Mobile has just released the low-cost Alcatel’s Fierce XL.