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Today, I transferred my iphone 8 plus to cricket from straight talk. Before I transferred I was guarreeted that my service would transfer with no problem. Once I transferred my sim card would not support. I ask the lady what was I going to do and she said that there was nothing that she could do. I paid 90 dollars today. I still currently do not have a phone. I am VERY UPSET about this issue. My wife is 8 months pregnant and I have to have a phone. Does anyone know anything that I can do? I have tried to get in touch with someone to just give me back my money since it would not work but I have had no luck. I dont mind trying out anything new but if it dont work I should be given back my money. I need a phone.
I noticed the new iphone XS isn't listed on the eligible hotspot phones page, but all of the other iphones are. Has this page just not been updated yet, or is hotspot not available for the iphone xs. If it's not currently available do you have an ETA on when it will? I need mobile hotspot and will have to change to a new service provider if this isn't available soon.
I just switched over from a cheaper cricket brand phone to an iPhone 6, I kept my phone number and simply transferred everything over from my old phone. Today and yesterday I had people either texting or calling me to ask who I was and why I was calling them. The thing is, I never called them, but both had proof of a missed call from my number. What’s going on and how do I fix this?
So. I use to be an At&t member. But I decided to pay a cheaper price for unlimited data. So, I moved to cricket. I HAD an iPhone I got through att that I owed money on. I just paid it off, and I want to use that phone at cricket. Can I do that? I don’t care if I have to unlock it, but I want to know if I can put my cricket phone number onto an iPhone I bought on att.
Hi,So I've got an office where they are attempting to group message. 4-5 out of the 6 people are using some form of iPhone, some as old as the iPhone 4s I believe, but all the way up to the iPhone 6+. One of the users has an AT&T Samsung Note 5, and is extremely happy with it. When attempting to send group messages they run into issues where iMessage doesn't let them add the Android user because he isn't an iMessage registered user.Some of the Apple users were able to receive the messages from the Android user as a group text, while others don't get it. Then some of the iPhone users won't get other iPhone users messages properly in group, some of which will get them as individual SMS direct messages.What gives!? In 2016 I can't believe text messaging is so broken. Of course I'd blame Apple's inclusion of trying to force iMessage down peoples throats and being such a walled garden to not allow messages to pass to/from android users easier considering it is a standard Apple didn't cr
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