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I tried to get hotspot added to my phone. But because it is not on your list hotspot is not added and my phone is not compatible to your system. Now because I was using hotspot with not being add3ed to my account you suspend and will do so, so now you will get the remainder money for free at my expense. What is wrong here. I get in p rouble for using a service tthat is not suppose to work ob your system, but it does. To usersl....find a service that includes hotspot in the price and don't matter of the phone. Thanks for sealing my money.
Can a boost mobile phone be used on cricket? Can I use my old cricket SIM card or do I need to purchase a new one? I had a cricket phone but it broke so a friend gave me a boost mobile phone. At first it was letting me call but it won’t let anybody Call me & the data isn’t working . I tried saving apn but it won’t save it. Is there a way to contact technical support? I don’t hear the option when I call . Thanks
Hi, this is more a suggestion than a question, but I don't know where to post it, so I guessed here would be fine.Long time ago I was with T-Mobile and besides their problem with coverage and high priced plans, they had one very cool feature: all the streamed music won't count in your data transfers, so you could use whatever service you liked (Google Play, iTunes, Spotify, Pandora...) with no decrease in your available data, very convenient if you use this kind is music services.Are you guys planning our have you ever thought to offer a similar feature? It will be perfect!Besides that, cricket is the best wireless company in the US!Thanks!
Own a LG G^+ Unlocked on the Mobile Unlimited Family plan.My hotspot has been working fine until a month of so ago, Right now I can activate the hotspot and connect the other device and I always get the Message No Internet Connection or WIFI has no internet access. Have tried with several other devices already.Wondering what has changed since my Hotspot was working without issues. Thanks!
I am a Cricket Wireless customer. I've been having trouble with texts from my Google Voice number being blocked when sent to Cricket Wireless (I don't use my "real" Cricket Wireless number, do everything via my Google Voice number) and AT&T numbers. I've done some digging on the web and the problem seems to stem from Cricket Wireless and it's parent company AT&T somehow flagging my Google Voice number as spam. My Google Voice number is strictly for personal use and I send maybe 5 or 6 texts a day so don't know how it would have been flagged. I found this thread on the Google Forums and apparently the fix needs to come from Cricket/AT&T engineers https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!msg/voice/GR-dsPvZQJE/UccFgy5GDgAJ
Recently I upgraded from the 50 dollar plan to the 60 dollar unlimited plan and it seems like my data speeds run so much slower. The internet doesn’t run very fast not only on one areal but everywhere i go. I spoke with a rep and he was trying to help when we got disconnected and now when I try to get an agent it’s saying support is now closed. Which is ridiculous since I was just speaking with someone. I also haven’t had lte data at all for the passed two days.
I had a previous number with Republic wireless however the phone got stolen and I later opened a new services with cricket. However, I would like to use the same number that I had before. Can you pls advice if it is possible I'm willing to pay for the fee if there is any. Thanks.
Having a limited lists of phones that support Hotspot is very confusing to me. I know for a fact there are phones not on the list that will work with Cricket Hotspot because I have friends that are doing it. So, it's not a technical limitation.I have a OnePlus 5t phone which worked fine as a hotspot on the AT&T network. So, how can I see a roadmap of phones that will be supported and an approximate time when? "Check back to this page" is not a great option.
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