A name synonymous with the word retail, Target has apparently signed on with Cricket Communications to offer the carrier’s Muve Music devices in all of its 1,600 stores across the US. As pictured above, the store will offer three phones, two of which are Android devices; Samsung Vitality which is available for $99.99 as well as ZTE Score which will sell for $69.99. To get the devices, customers will have to sign-up for a suitable Muve Music plan which offers unlimited song downloads, ringtones, and ringback tones.
On top of that, the plans offer nationwide calling, unlimited texts, picture as well as video messaging and 3G mobile data which encompass mobile video and data back-up along with 411 assistance. The plans will cost $55 a month. Cricket’s expansion which started in 2011 has apparently taken a step in the right direction with its integration with Target. This will lead to its products that come with the Muve Music plan to be more available to consumers across the country.