Marking its foray into the already-crowded wireless Relevant Products/Services arena, electronics retailer RadioShack has worked out a partnership with Leap Wireless and its Cricket Communications subsidiary to sell two no-contract phones manufactured by China-based company Huawei.
The no-contract phones, which RadioShack and Cricket started selling countrywide on Wednesday, include two low-priced handsets which will use the network Relevant Products/Services being offered by Cricket.
In an announcement that substantiated the rumors about RadioShack going wireless, the electronics retailer launched the RadioShack No-Contract Wireless - a wireless service under its own brand – on Tuesday.
The no-contract wireless plan has been launched by RadioShack in partnership with Leap Wireless International, whose Cricket Communications network already offers cut-rate prepaid phone plans in the US.
Announcing the launch of the RadioShack No-Contract Wireless, the Fort Worth-based retailer revealed that the no-contract RadioShack-branded handsets will be available at the RadioShack stores across the US from Wednesday, September 5.