The RadioShack No Contract Wireless leaks continue today, as purported details on the Cricket MVNO's plans have made their way online. According to images sent to Engadget, feature phone users will be able to choose between a $25 plan or a $35 offering. Both options include unlimited text messaging and 1X mobile web browsing. The difference between the two is that the $25 plan offers customers 300 anytime minutes, while the $35 offering steps things up to 1,000 anytime minutes.
Folks interested in using a smartphone with RadioShack No Contract Wireless will also have a pair of rate plans to choose from. The first is a $50 plan that includes unlimited minutes, texting Muve Music and 1GB of 3G data usage. Then there's a $60 plan option, which also packs in unlimited talk, text and Muve Music but also offers Visual Voicemail, unlimited international calling and texting, 2.5GB of 3G data usage and mobile hotspot.
While RadioShack has yet to publicly acknowledge the rumored No Contract Wireless service, it may not be much longer before all of the MVNO beans are spilled, as a recent leak showed that it could be launching as soon as September 5. When it comes to the devices that'll be offered by RadioShack No Contract Wireless, we've been told to expect smartphones like the HTC One V and Huawei Mercury, which would make sense since both are currently available from Cricket. So have any of these offerings piqued your interest in RadioShack's prepaid plans?