Cricket, which as of August 2015 is a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of AT&T, no longer offers dedicated broadband plans to new customers. Legacy customers of this service are still able to use Cricket's broadband, up to 7.5 gigabytes of data usage monthly at 3G speeds.
Cricket began phasing out its broadband hotspot services prior to its purchase by AT&T in 2014. Those legacy services included pre-paid plans with branded USB adapters and portable hotspot modems. Cricket de-emphasized this area at a corporate level in order to focus on its mobile networks.
Broadband services to Cricket's mobile customers are available and included with all Cricket phone plans. These typically provide 4G speeds with multiple usage cap plans available. Cricket's mobile services use AT&T's standard GSM network as of April 2015 and require the use of a compatible phone.