AT&T certainly made ripples in the industry last summer when they announced that they were going to acquire Leap Wireless for $1.19 billion. Just in case you were wondering, Leap Wireless happens to also own Cricket Wireless, who is a prepaid carrier. This particular move was taken by AT&T in order to help it expand the capacity as well as performance of its LTE network. Leap’s shareholders naturally gave the deal the go ahead a few months after that, but since then, everything on the ground has remained pretty much silent. Until now, that is.