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.
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….
Best answer by jsukovichView original