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Will you be able to use the wi fi calling feature on a Samsung unlocked Galaxy 8+ G955U or a Galaxy Note 8 or 9? I have gotten different answers from everybody I have talked to at Cricket. I had bought a LG V30+ unlocked and it wouldn't work at all with Cricket and had to send it back. If they won't allow you to use this feature on unlocked phones, then I will need to look for another carrier, because I need it for where I live. The Moto E5 is to small of storage and doesn't work right at all!! Thanks
I recently left my job and ported my cell phone number from the company plan (AT&T) to our personal Cricket plan. The caller ID name that shows up for my Samsung phone is still the company name which confuses people that I call. How can I change the caller ID name that shows up to my name or even something more generic?
I went into the store shopping for a 5g phone. The guy recommends the Samsung a03s. I agree but as it was Sunday I couldn't contact Verizon to port my number. I came back next day bought the phone (a03s). I went back because i was having trouble with the 5g. They told me that the 5g is really bad in the area, then proceed to tell me that the phone in fact is not 5g. So I am now stuck with a phone that doesn't do the only thing i wanted it to, 5g.
I bought an unlocked Verizon phone. I checked the imei # with numerous websites and they all say the phone is clean. But cricket /At&t say it's stolen or not unlocked. I called Verizon they said the phone has been unlocked since 2017 when it was purchased and the phone is clean. Verizon said there has never been any issues on the phone. Verizon can't understand why At&t and cricket say it's stolen. Verizon said it's there phone so cricket can't blacklist it and they can't understand why it's saying it's blacklisted when it is not!! At&t and cricket will not resolve this issue! They say they can't remove a Verizon phone from a blacklist but VERIZON DOESNT HAVE IT BLACKLISTED!! Cricket has it blacklisted. I have googled how to resolve this issue and I have found MANY people complaining of this same issue. Saying cricket/At&t are blacklisting phones that are perfectly fine so that you have no choice but to buy a new phone. If I don't get this resolved I will not be buyin
I purchased an unlocked Samsung Note 9 in December 2019. I used my Cricket sim card and continued service with them. However, their coverage strength diminished at my office to the point that I could not call, text, receive texts or voicemails at my work place. I tried to switch over to Verizon, only to find that Cricket locked my UNLOCKED phone. They said their policy, like other cell providers, requires 6 months paid service before unlocking the phone. WHAT?! WHAT RIGHT DID THEY HAVE TO LOCK AN UNLOCKED PHONE I BROUGHT TO A MONTH TO MONTH PLAN? They would not budge. That was in January, one month into use of the new phone. Now it's July. Their sixth month period of required paid service has passed. THEY STILL WILL NOT UNLOCK THE PHONE!!!!! TERRIBLE!!!! WHAT KIND OF "SERVICE" IS THIS? I will scream from the rooftops for people not to use Cricket.&n
Like most of you my wife and I had to upgrade our phones when Cricket made their big update/upgrade or whatever they are passing it off as now a few months ago. I purchased her a Samsung A71 and we stopped at the Cricket store immediately afterward so I just had the Cricket CSR swap the SIM and activate it. She did and I took the time to VERIFY(EVEN THOUGH THE IMEI CHECKER CONFIRMED IT WAS COMPATIBLE) the Hotspot worked because she and I pay for an extra 15g a month because we work mobile a great deal. Everything WORKED. Fast forward to last week and I had noticed a spike in our Hotspot data usage on her phone and because of the increase I wanted to see if it was something we were doing. I went online and talked to support and when I realized the bill was due the next day I paid it. I was out of town and only had my travel credit/debit card so I did a bridge split payment at the CSR's suggestion so I could look over everything and if there was an error it could be subtracted or added t
I have had an A6 for 6 wks or so (I know, late to the party :) ). At 1st, visual voicemail worked fine, but for the past several weeks it records voice msgs but does not transcribe them to writing - ie, doesn't do what visual VM is there for. I don't know if this happened after an update - if so, it was one I was unaware of. Has anyone else encountered this issue? Thx a lot for any help.
I am unable to access mobile data on my Samsung Galaxy S9. The airplane mode icon is light blue (not fully blue, not fully greyed out, but somewhere in between) and mobile data does not work.I have tried uninstalling 3rd party apps, doing factory reset, resetting network preference, updating software, configuring APN settings according to Cricket documentation, and every other solution I could find online, Nothing seems to work. The data had been working fine until about 3 weeks ago.Help....anyone at Cricket?
I like hassle free. That’s what brought me to Cricket in the first place. I enrolled, paid, got a discount for autopay, and forgot about it for like.. 10 years or something.See, from my perspective, I’m one of the most valuable customer types. Yes, take my money. I may get a cheaper deal else where but so long as I don’t have to think about it and it doesn’t give me trouble I’m fine to chill here.But then Cricket randomly decides to discontinue supporting my phone for no apparent reason?That’s not chill.So now I’ll go elsewhere and pay less because I will not let my phone carrier dictate which phone I can use. Thank you and goodnight.
Is there a way to fix the issue with the S22 hotspot. It is not working. I know it has been listed on a list of compatible devices but Is cricket going to add this feature? I've called customer service twice and they told me the phone should work woth hotspot based on the iemi but I could not get it to work, the second time the person was ugly about it and said I should have bought from cricket to get a working Hotspot. They did the same thing when I switched to cricket. They told me in store the phone I had would not work even though it was compatible and sold me a truly terrible phone so i went to the at&t phone i had and it did work. I know they wanna make their money, but I also dont like that an existing customer has to pay full price plus an upgrade fee just for a phone. I bought my phone unlocked as it was compatible with cricket based on the iemi, but it was the newest galaxy on the market and I don't enjoy spending an obscene amount of money for a new phone every year and
My S10+ that they said was good to go after the 3G shut down is good for nothing now. So I go into the store and they tell me get a s20 or newer (even though my daughters s9 still works) I buy a s20 with a model # cricket’s website says is compatible and guess what, it does the same dang thing. They want to blame everyone else but this new phone made the first call I tried as a test. Then 2 minutes later I get a text from cricket that the phone is not compatible and calls stopped. Somewhere they have a problem with these phones getting listed and blocked and they need to figure it out. This is unacceptable.
My husband has the lg stylo 3. We just got it a couple of months ago. A couple of days ago he woke up to find that it had entered "fastboot mode". We have literally tried everything from hard reset to connecting to a pc to try and bypass the system that way. Nothing is working. Has anyone else had this issue with the stylo 3? Please help. I really don't want to have to buy a new phone after only having this one a couple of months.
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