updated 12:58 pm EDT, Tue August 21, 2012
Internal website suggests free 8GB SD card for selected handsets
A second leak for RadioShack's contract-less mobile network has surfaced, suggesting that the Cricket-powered service will launch on September 5. An image sent to Engadget shows an internal-only web page, complete with RadioShack No Contract Wireless branding and company confidentiality warnings to the viewer.
Mention is made of how the RadioShack MVNO will have some unique features, although it shares many of the Cricket No Contract services. Muve Music phones supplied for the service will come with an 8GB SD memory card, while users of the Muve Music service will gain unlimited full-song downloads, ringback tones, and ringtones.
Last week, an image leaked from an internal product page claimed the HTC One V would be sold on the service, although it isn't clear if it would be made available on the same day as the service's expected launch date, nor what other handsets will be made available.