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A Subpoena...for call records?

  • 22 May 2021
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Can a Cricket Wireless representative please give me a logical, reasonable explanation for requiring a subpoena for something that other service providers provide for free? A subpoena for call records...really?

You realize that this is something that I was easily able to access on both my phone and online account with my previous service provider, even if I happened to accidentally delete the number(s) listed on my device’s “call logs” section.

If I had known six (6) months ago of all the problems that I’d incur after switching to Cricket Wireless, I would’ve just kept paying the extra $20.00 a month and kept my reliable service with a real service provider.

Sometimes it’s well worth it to pay the extra money, especially for a service (cellular) in which we all rely on everyday not just for communication, but basically everything. I’ve learned my lesson in being cheap the hard way.

BTW:

I also thought I’d have better coverage with Cricket, given they use AT&T’s network and it’s reach in the rural south (where I live) was allegedly better. Turns out, that too couldn’t be farther from the truth. My previous provider used T-Mobile’s network and I had better quality calls and faster streaming, go figure…

TO ANYONE AND EVERYONE READING THIS: DO NOT SWITCH TO CRICKET; THAT’S ALL YOU’LL HEAR OTHER THAN THE STATIC ON THE OTHER LINE, THE SOUNDS OF CRICKETTS….

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Best answer by jsukovich 28 May 2021, 21:17

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T1,T2,T3, J1,J2,J3 are fiber optics carrier provided by AT&T T1 is for U.S communities, T2 is for U.K communities, J series is for Japan communities  so AT&T provide services as by region and communities living in the state 

T1,T2,T3, J1,J2,J3 are fiber optics carrier provided by AT&T T1 is for U.S communities, T2 is for U.K communities, J series is for Japan communities  so AT&T provide services as by region and communities living in the state 

And the moot point to your answer is what exactly? You just read off random, known facts as if to answer a question you don’t comprehend.

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This can only be done with your service provider by calling customer service. It is much easier to get a printout of your transactions if you are a contract subscriber and have a written agreement with your operator. For free access to such information, users of the prepaid form of service must identify themselves as the owner of this phone number by providing the necessary information to the call center employee.

It seems that no one in this community has a good enough grasp (comprehension) of the English Language to actually answer the question at hand. Goodbye Cricket, you’ve been absolutely terrible.

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