What you are saying about not being able to use the cricket s4 on at&t's network is FALSE! The Samsung Galaxy s4 is a "world" phone and can be used on any gsm network, the fact that the cricket uses cdma just means that Samsung made that phone to also be able to work on cdma as well as gsm, same as the Verizon s4 in which I own and am currently using on the AT&T Pay Go network. All you will have to do with the Cricket S4 is get it SIM UNLOCKED which you can do by calling cricket and telling them you are going on vacation over seas and would like to get your phone unlocked so that you can use it abroad, then once it's unlocked switch it over over to the GLOBAL setting under mobile networks then all you have to do is type in the AT&T apn and your good to go. Although, you might not be able to pick up LTE because of the different band capabilities you will for sure get HSPA+ which is also called 4G and is much faster than what cricket currently has now.
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