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Dee’s Cellular Offers More for Less

TRIADELPHIA — One of the newest tenants at The Highlands is making waves in the wireless industry.

Dee’s Cellular, a Cricket Wireless store, is located at 40 Fort Henry Road next door to Cold Stone Creamery at The Highlands. With its distinctive spacious showroom with the bright green walls and Cricket logo, it’s easy to see why the business is giving the competition a run for its money.

Dee’s Wireless is a premier Cricket authorized retailer selling the latest in prepaid cellphones with more data and high-speed data access on its 4G LTE network for less than most of its competitors, said Jason Dayner, general manager.

The store at The Highlands has been open for about two months.

“Our rate plans are what separates us from the others,” Dayner said. “And everything is prepaid. There are no contracts. If a customer wants to switch from another network to us, we work with them to give them the best deal.”

Any current Cricket customer referring someone to Cricket can receive a $25 credit to his or her bill. Through March 19, anyone visiting the store can enter to win a 50-inch smart high definition TV. No purchase is necessary.

Cricket promotes its unlimited talk and text, plus data access plans that include monthly taxes and fees with no annual contract. Plans range from $30 to $70 per month with 1GB to unlimited high speed data access depending on the plan that meets the needs of each customer.

At Dee’s Cellular learn how you can switch to the Cricket network and retain your current phone and phone number.

Check out the payment plan that suits your needs, too.

With tax season nearing, Cricket is also offering free select 4G LTE smartphones, and new markdowns on several of the latest smartphones for customers bringing their number to Cricket, including the Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime, LG X power, and more.

To learn more, stop in or call Dee’s Cellular at 304-909-0121.

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