The Kyocera Domino is a basic phone for sure, but the Cricket service is one of the least expensive out there. Their service is the all-you-can-eat buffet style for one price so it’s not bad overall. The Domino has a price of $99.99 and offers a talk time of up to 200 minutes and standby of up to 200 hours.
The Domino, which replaces the Kyocera S1300 in Cricket’s portfolio, embodies affordable functionality, with enhanced features like an improved keypad, Bluetooth capabilities and a stylish new champagne-gold color scheme with magma–hued accents. Combined with Cricket’s nationwide voice coverage and value-driven, unlimited services plans, the conveniently sized, bar-style phone provides a wide variety of features at an affordable price to please consumers.
“This phone is perfect for our customers who want a stylish, user-friendly mobile phone that offers everything they need at a very affordable price,” said Matt Stoiber, vice president and general manager of devices for Cricket. “The Domino strengthens Cricket’s already versatile handset portfolio, as the Company prepares to expand the line-up even further with the upcoming launch of smartphones before year’s end.”
“Kyocera and Cricket enjoyed great success with the Kyocera S1300, the predecessor to the Domino, and we’ve improved on that device to pack the Domino with even more features, but at the same low price point,” said Eric Anderson, vice president of sales at Kyocera Communications Inc. “For customers who want a highly functional and dependable phone at an entry-level price, the Domino is an ideal fit.”
The Domino is enabled with WAP for standard Web browsing, as well as downloading of ringtones, graphics and Cricket Games and Apps. Additionally, the phone features robust sound quality, SMS messaging, voice memo recording capabilities, Bluetooth wireless technology support, a 250-contact directory (supporting up to five numbers per contact) and a large display and keypad for easy dialing and texting. With a talk time of up to 200 minutes and standby time of up to 200 hours, the S1310 is also HAC-compliant and supports TTY/TDD for the hearing-impaired.
Retail pricing for the Kyocera Domino is $99.99. For more information, please visit a local Cricket retail location, or online visit www.mycricket.com.