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My view on cricket service.

by bheiman    Apr 5, 2007, 3:43 PM

Besides a lot of their phones being junky i love the service.

In my area Omaha Nebraska, cricket came here around the year 2000. When they first came here their service was horrible. So after using my parents phone for a while i said screw it it wasnt worth it.

In 2003 i got service with cricket and it was night and day. All the calls were crystal clear and even though my first phone was a crappy kyocera phone, it went through hell and still works when i need an old phone number to this day, missing anteanna and all.

Cricket has no difference in quality to verizon and sprint here.
Comparing cricket to cingular (which i work for cingular)
Crickets service here is so much better than cingular. Yes it does suck when i get out of my area there is no service, but the cricket service area is a good 100 miles eats to west along i80 from western iowa to ouside of lincoln nebraska, service also extends northwest to freemont and even scribner nebraska (about 60 miles nw of down town omaha)

Cricket is great for places around here. Tons of people drop their land lines for cricket cell phones, and its actually cheaper for a cell phone than it is for a land line through qwest or cox

I dont know how it is everywhere else, but i really wouldnt choose anything else here. I dont travel much and i never get dropped calls.

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