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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.
I'm trying to set up the Visual Voicemail app on my Samsung Galaxy S7, and every time I press the "Call Voicemail," button, I keep getting an error that the voicemail phone number is missing from the SIM card. Is there a way I can add it to the SIM card?
Call Defense is not working that I can see. Appears to be active. However, I receive 2-4 spam calls per day + 1-2 SMS per month. This has increased by about 50% since joining Cricket and is unacceptable. I would like an optional feature added similar to Google Voice which requires caller to press 1 to get through. This would block 90% of the automated and good portion of the live spam calls. (like Google voice) Other MNO/MVNO’s are starting to add this. How tough can it be?
Cricket free msg: Your line no longer qualifies for HBO Max with Ads. To change back to a qualifying rate plan, visit My Account online or use the myCricket app. Visit mycrick.it/hbomax-downgrade to learn more.When I saw how my cricket was misspelled, I figured it's some scam. Has anyone else received a text like this ? Lately I been getting nothing but sms text asking me to click on strange links.
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?
After a lengthy support chat session, I wanted to post here for one last attempt, and leave it as feedback if I am forced to go to another service. I want to block all email-based text messages. Nobody contacts me that way that I know or care about. It is only a vulnerability waiting to be exploited. Verizon offers and advertises this feature. There are about a dozen posts for AT&T on what internal KB article helps a technician make the necessary gateway change. T-Mobile offers, according to their site, an ability to block emails sent to the <number>@provideremail. Hiya doesn’t block what I am requesting.Changing my number is an unacceptable option (for a fee even) because changing the number is more of a hassle than jumping providers. Does Cricket have control of their own infrastructure so that this can be done, like with their owner company and their competition?
Hi, my name is Rita SanterI have been a customer for a few years and my husband & I are consider great customers because we always pay our bills very early. In my opinion, i think it would be good to treat the good customers great but in reality it's the opposite. I bought a Nokia 3.1 at least 2 months ago and this phone is consider one of the worst phone that i ever hold in my hand. My phone was unable to get charged and retain the charges for days so this morning i went to the dealer where i bought the phone and he had told me that they have been having issues with that bran to call and the warranty dept would take my info and send me a new one but to my surprise i was being tossed around like a rug. I started my process early in the day and it's almost 7 PM the problem is not solved. We are living in a difficult time so understand the customers and help them solved their problems can be an A+ for any company but for cricket i give you a F- because your people don't underst
Does anyone know when wi-fi calling and HD calling will become available for BYOD. I heard on another forum that it might happen in November. I have a Galaxy J7 Prime, the T-Mobile version of the Halo. They are working on rolling out wi-fi calling for the Halo. How difficult is it to allow wi-fi calling on mirror models?
Late last night (02/06) at 2 am I received a text from Cricket stating that: "This device is not eligible for activation on the Cricket network. Cricket's High-Definition voice network requires use of a compatible device..." The next morning, less than 12 hours later, my call, text and mobile data was promptly shut off. I'm just at a lost for words. In the course of less than 12 hours, my phone is unusable on their network. I currently have a unlocked Oneplus 7 Pro. When I bought the phone last year, I made sure that it would work with Cricket, who uses the GSM band. The phone has high-definition voice over network, and voLTE. It's a 4G LTE phone. Everything checks out. I should have been able to use the phone for awhile on their network. I've honestly loved Cricket with their cheap, (at least in my location) reliable service, unlimited talk/text and data. So to say the least, I'm pissed off. I'm writing this here to ask if others are having the same problem or heard of this. For now,
Cricket seems no longer able to satisfy existing customers with loyalty perks. I can easily switch to another carrier and save lots of money. I've been a customer for over 7 years and cricket has made no effort to keep me happy. I'm seeing a lot of the same from reading different posts. Very unfortunate considering the above and beyond service I've experienced in previous years.
I recently upgraded my plan to the unlimited Ultimate + hotspot…. first checked the website to be sure that my moto g power was eligible for hotspot and it said it was. Now I find out that it in fact is not eligible via one of your online chat agents. My phone was purchased directly from Motorola, not a carrier specific phone. So please, make this more clear on your website. It was nice of your agent to remind me that I’m eligible for a device upgrade, but unfortunately, that doesn’t make up for the fact that the phone I have is relatively new and replacing it now would be a giant waste of my money.
Many companies do this, they offer great deals to new customers and current loyal customers get the low end, it is so infuriating. I have been with cricket for years now and now that I want to upgrade I have to pay 549.99 + 25.00 for a Galaxy S9 if I was a new number/customer I would pay 274.99 + 25.00 what is the problem here? I see no deals for loyal current customers. I may consider switching carriers since this is really upsetting since phones are so expensive these days.
I went thru the trouble of setting a PIN and was reassured by a supervisor that only my line will have capability of changing the PIN as she set the other lines to not have text PIN access. Then I set up a secret question, only to find that my PIN was changed. So I’m seeking to know if anyone is aware of what FCC rule they broke by failing to protect my privacy?
RCS worked on Google Messages on my Cricket-branded Moto G7 for a few months, but when I uninstalled Google Messages and tried re-installing it, it hangs when verifying my number. Can someone from Cricket provide an answer on exactly what phones RCS is supported on and what the schedule to roll RCS out to all phones?
Why cant i get my s21+ unlocked phone that cost $1000 plus the other 3 i bought for my plan not send stupid videos to eachother cuz cricket or samsung wont give me an rcs option? Come on you guys i dont want to use google messenger anymore because it doesnt customize which is the number one reason i left apple.Its 2021 and i cant send a video from one device to another without it looking like super mario 1? This shouldnt even be a topic of discussion anymore since it has been since the s9. Get it together asap or your going to lose a family plan over here.
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