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If you look at 5g compatible phones, then follow after their branded phones under byop compatible devices on crickets website, it shows the Samsung note 20 ultra 5g, but even with a "4" notation. Follow this down and it specifically says 5g as a compatible feature for this phone. However my unlocked note20ultra 5g isn't working with 5g, while I KNOW we have 5g coverage here. Why is this advertised as working, specifically ok this phone when it's obviously not? Can we call cricket on this and "request" it be activated for our phone?
I received a text that my account is eligible for HBO Max free, so I clicked the link and installed HBO Max from the play store. I followed directions, clicked on the person icon, then clicked on Sign Into Account, then clicked on sign in with a provider, then I selected Cricket Wireless and then I get this error: Access Denied. You don't have access to http:www.cricketwireless.com/restservices/hboauth/v1/sam1/idp/init on this server. Reference #18.15aa2c17.1631305538.1896458bI have Samsung phone. Any ideas why I can't sign in like it says to?
HiI am a very happy CricketWireless customer. I think the service, coverage, speed and price is great. However I am really missing to be able to use my phone outside of USA, Mexico and Canada. I am from Europe and go there at least once a year, and it is just frustrating to have to opt for some cash cards while travelling. As part of ATT, I cannot see why CricketWireless can add international roaming as an paid option. I would not mind adding it as an additional service for the month I am travelling. Please CricketWireless, can you step into the future world and offer something global.I am also surprised that Norway is not on the list of 35 countries I can call or text to. I tried another carrier in the US, and had to switch back to Cricket within 2 weeks. Please dont make me look for other carrier again.
I currently have the grandfathered 5 lines for $100 plan. I would like to be able to make call and send text messages while I am on vacation in Mexico. I initially talked to cricket customer service and they said I can add international calling features for 1 month. When I went online to add the international calling feature it only mentions making calls to landline numbers in 35 countries, it does not say you can receive calls. Is it possible to be able to add international calling and place and receive calls and texts while in Mexico. Calls would be from and to the US.
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
Hello. I have used advanced messaging on the Samsung messages app on my previous Cricket phone. Now I cannot get those specific messages to transfer to my new Cricket Moto phone. However, normal SMS and MMS messages have transferred. How can I get the messages of type "advanced messaging" to transfer to my new phone?
My whole family (4) on the same cricket plan is experiencing only 1 or 2 bar service ANYWHERE we go. Calls barely go through text don’t go through at all. We all have our data on we’ve updated our phones. We’ve turned them off and on. We leave our home area and it’s still not working. What is the issue?!
I am paying for a certain amount of data each month. Why can't I use that data how i want to use it. Why must I have to have an unlimited plan to teather a device to my phone? It makes no sense. Other carriers i have had allowed me to teather my phone to other devices with no problem. I would like to make a suggestion that mobile hotspot should be a feature on all data plans.Please allow us to use our data how we see fit.Thank you.
I just switched to Cricket. Got a free Alcatel Verso. I live where there is No Cell Service. I do have DSL and Wifi.I need to be able to text via wifi. I used to be able to do it on my Droid mini, with verizon. That phone broke, and they dont make them anymore. (I really liked it too)I dont want some "chat" "phone number". Any Ideas?Thanks
I have a niece who has struggled financially and I would like to pay for her and her 3 kids phone and service for a year. They currently have ATT which just got shut off do to lack of payment. My question is what would be best. Keep my phone as a single line and open a new account in her name with 3 phones or add her 3 phones to my account? Any suggestions Todd O
My husbands was waiting for his warranty phone as we waited for his shipment (memorial day weekend) he would put his sim card on my phone to use for that weekend, I was told hotspot would not work on stylo 3, but yet when my husband put his sim card on my stylo his hotspot worked perfectly with no issues, so I dont understand why I cant add hotspot what so ever, when will that feature be available for stylo 3? I live in a small town and internet providers are limited here, hotspot would be very convenient!
Can I have a tablet on it's own line of service? I do have hot spot on my phone but it is not elgible on Cricket. However, I would just rather have a dedicated line than having to go thru the intermediary steps of the hot spot. Is this possible?
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