See more videos for Apple Watch Work On Cricket
Cricket is not currently listed by Apple as a carrier that offers compatible service plans: Apple Watch - Carriers - Apple. I suggest that you contact Cricket to ask about their plans for supporting Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular). You can also monitor the page linked above for further carriers being added over time.
- Link to all of my Cricket Wireless videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEFJnFAFAvALP_wlBlvx9cVlbKgPuEaDp-- Set up and use cellular on Apple Watc...
Answered 2 years ago. Yes it will. As long as the iPhone supports a particular service provider then the Apple Watch will work however if you are looking at getting cellular directly on your watch so you can still receive messages, ect then you have to check to see if cricket has a plan add-on that allows that.
This watch Is not a gps + cellular. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth or to home wifi. This watch cannot be used as a stand alone device without one of those two options available to it. But as far as i know, cell providers like cricket and metro pcs and straight talk do not support the watches that are gps+ cellular as a stand alone device. I think only major companies like att and verizon have that option for $10.00 more a month added to your cellphone bill.
I am in a similar boat but I spoke with cricket support and while currently Apple Watches are not supported on their own like other carriers do. They said they are working on it and support would be available in the near future. As such I opted to get the gps cellular and am just going to wait.
Cricket Nation Community Blog 24 Phones & Devices Apple Phones 257 Samsung Phones 243 Other Android Phones 444 Plans & Features Rate Plans 77 Service Features 416
Cricket is owned by AT&T and presumably shares AT&T’s network with all its capabilities. If they’re not offering Apple Watch support, it’s an intentional business decision to motivate higher-end/Apple Watch users to pay for the premium AT&T service.
The Apple Watch has nothing to do with a carrier unless you are trying to connect it to LTE. 3. level 1. HailedBaike. · 3y. Yes, I use my iPhone on the cricket network & use my Apple Watch every day on it. 2.