You don't get nothing to stay with cricket, if you are already an user they charge you for upgrading your phone and some more fees. There is no incentive staying with this carrier.
I just spent some time considering the customer comments below, and they mostly share one common theme, a full understanding that the company does not demonstrate any respect for them.
The real proof of that contempt is the $25. *fee* to change phones. Some customers use phones for one, two, three, four years or more. They are VERY profitable customers, the kind of customers which, in every other company or industry, are highly coveted and respected and not treated with contempt. When such a customer decides to retire an old phone and begin with a new one, the proper and wise response should be, *thank you for all of your years with us, pick any new device you want at a 25%, 33%, 50% discount* not *the heck with you, sucker.*
And yet the *heck with you, schmo* response is exactly what you get.
Well, for me, with five years of continuous usage and wanting a new Moto g7 Power, the Visible division of Verizon (which runs frequent $49. promotions on the device, after all promotions) is looking like the proper choice.