I have owned a Samsung Galaxy Halo phone for several years and all that time I had WiFi Hot Spot access for which I paid an extra fee. Recently I changed to the "Unlimited & 15GB Mobile Hotspot" plan and suddenly lost WiFi Hot Spot access. I called the customer several times and asked why my WiFi Hot Spot was cut off. They told me that I lost access because I change plans and the Hot Spot would not work with the Galaxy Halo. I asked then to be switched me back to my old plan and they told me that could not be done. They proceded told me that my only recourse was to purchase a new phone. Told them that I paid a lot of money for my Galaxy Halo and expected it to provide WiFi hot spot access. I explained to them that it was ILLEGAL to charge me for WiFi Hot Spot access and not provide that service. Only after that remark did they offer to give me credit.
CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME RESOLVE THIS ISSUE?
CAN ANYONE TELL ME HOW TO ACCESS A PERSON AT CUSTOMER SERVICE THAT CAN EXPLAIN WHAT HOW CRICKET CAN CHARGE FOR A SERVICE THAT NOT IS BEING PROVIDED?
Anyone's help would really be appreciated.
Best answer by James_CricketView original