Replies posted by maximuslyricus
What about XT2205-1? It's just hard for me to believe that in 2022/2023 that a 5G capable phone is technically incapable of receiving a 5G signal on this network. It's more about AT&T/Cricket and Motorola coming together to make 5G work on the devices.All companies involved need to do what's best for the customer. In my situation, what kills me is that I bought a higher end Samsung device from Cricket that decided to die after 15 months. People want more midrange and higher end devices from more than just Apple and Samsung. It's not like Moto/Lenovo doesn't have a credible presence in the U.S. market. Come on, guys, get it together.
This has begun happening to me and my wife, especially with MMS, but it does happen with SMS as well.We've tested it while on the line with one another and others. Texts have taken several minutes to reach their destination, and occasionally we'll get an error message, "Couldn't send message". Now I'm not an expert, but I pretty much know it has something to do with the service, as we've had Cricket since November, but we've only had issues during the last month.
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