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I will be traveling overseas to London later this month and will have my Galaxy S8 with me. What, if anything, will still work while I am in the UK? Specifically, will I be able to make phone calls, send/receive text messages via roaming cell network? What about via wireless internet? Will I at least still be able to access the internet, or does my phone essentially become a brick outside the US, Canada, and Mexico?
Neither me or my grandma are able to use wifi calling.We bought our phones from cricket very recently and gave been having this problem from the start. They are cricket phones, with cricket SIM cards, etc. Not once has WiFi calling worked. I have researched this and called support and no solution was found. I've tried everything I can. I've checked and our phones are on the supported devices list. Wifi isn't an issue. It works fine. Wifi calling and texting used to work fine when we used Verizon. We live somewhere without good cell service so my grandma can't use her phone to call anyone when she's home.
Hi,I have 4 phones on a family plan, for over a year now. Just today, none of the phones can send MMS texts. A return message from "#" will say "Message not found". I sent an MMS to someone from another carrier -- same thing. That person then sent me an MMS, and I received it as normal.SMS works both ways, MMS can be received, but can't sent MMS. Checking our data usage from the app shows only my phone at 2.8GB usage with the rest <1GB, and we have "unlimited" on each line.Anyone else having an issue with MMS today?Thanks...
I ordered a phone in September which UPS lost, therefore I never received it. I have worked with UPS on them saying that they take full responsibility, and will pay for another phone, but will need Cricket to sign paperwork to allow me to get a new one. No matter how many times I and UPS has reached out to Cricket, they have done nothing. I talk to people on the phone (Cricket Customer Service) and they either say that there is no case or that it’s UPS that I have to deal with. On top of this, I have received an email saying that if I don’t activate the phone, I will lose my service. I don’t have the phone! How can I activate something that I don’t have? Will I lose service on the phone I already have? What can be done about this? I just want my phone or my money back.
tried to set up hbo max on my new iphone 12 pro max. says can not verify subscriptionuninstalled app on iphone , reinstalled app still same issue. logged into my cricket with no issues.HBO MAX keeps saying can not verify subscriptionI have the unlimited cricket more phone plan.HELP
I live in a town of 12,000 people in southern Vermont and recently I can get only 1 bar of signal in some parts of town and no signal at all in other parts of town. This is a recent change over the summer. Nearby towns or even out on the freeway it is fine as before. Zip Code 05301. Does anyone know what is going on or am I going to have to find a new carrier?
I just got my cricket account and new phone with card to choose my plan I chose the $40 plana none of it working
I got my new cricket phone I bought the phone and service payment card from Fred Meyer I followed the directions to activate it they never works I can't even call 611 with it it says my number is suspended I don't even and it says when you look at your phone information that the phone number is unknown I'm very frustrated and need to get this fixed does anyone know what is going on
I had a byod device and got a plan that included a Hotspot. I later found that my device wasn't compatible. So I checked on the ones that that were with the mycricket app. A Samsung galaxy A11. It happened to that I had one that even had a cricket sim card. I took it in to the store and they promptly told me it too wasn't compatible. I show them where it said it was on your app. They said the imei showed it wasn't. They didn't know why. I'd like a better answer.
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