AT&T To Acquire Regional Carrier Leap Wireless For $15 Per Share In Cash

Leap is in charge of the Cricket brand, which AT&T is going to retain. Cricket customers will gain access to AT&T’s 4G LTE network and also, it currently has a major presence in about 35 U.S. states and operates a 3G and 4G network, which first rolled out in Tucson, Ariz. in Dec. 2011, and expanded to Las Vegas last year.

The contract also states that AT&T will also benefit through the PCS and AWS bands, which it said is largely complementary to its existing spectrum licenses. And this particular spectrum will be used to continue expansion of AT&T’s 4G LTE network, which is currently available in 325 U.S. markets. May was a complete surprise as AT&T launched a new wireless service, dubbed Aio Wireless, which provide users the benefit of contract talk, text, and data and many more to give an enhanced user experience and for Leap Wireless transaction users had to wait for around 6-9 months.

How are the users benefited?

Users are always a top priority for the company officials who promises to give-

-increased competition
-better device choices
-improved customer care
-Fast and better Internet experience at pocket friendly price

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