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    Yep, some BYOD SIM kits don't get properly...

    Yep, some BYOD SIM kits don't get properly scanned at stores and can't be used (Best Buy seemed to be one the more egregious one for this), but a used phone (that is on the Cricket whitelist, of...
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    You could always pick up a cheap phone-in-a-box...

    You could always pick up a cheap phone-in-a-box kit from Walmart, Target, etc. for Cricket (phone, SIM, etc.) and set it up on a single line (the $30 plan would work for testing) and then if it...
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    In general, most providers are okay to downright...

    In general, most providers are okay to downright terrible when it comes to customer service, just due to the nature of cost-cutting and the volume of customers. Cricket's call-in support (611) isn't...
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    Yep, and even then, AT&T has generally been good...

    Yep, and even then, AT&T has generally been good about its lower priority traffic not getting penalized as severely as Verizon when there's congestion. In some cases, rural can run into issues due to...
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    Yeah, in my last job, I ran the company's network...

    Yeah, in my last job, I ran the company's network so I was on Wi-Fi almost all the time, but being on a Cricket group (family) plan, my line was the last one at $10/month - didn't really make sense...
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    My experience matches the what hooked said. If...

    My experience matches the what hooked said. If you go single-line, the 5GB or 10GB plan may be a better deal if you don't need more data. The two flavors of unlimited only matter if you are in an...
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