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Replying to:  THE NOT SO UNLIMITED PLAN! by CHANELPHONE   May 24, 2009, 3:23 PM

Re: THE NOT SO UNLIMITED PLAN!

by CharlestonPlaza    May 25, 2009, 12:50 PM

CHANELPHONE said:
Very Happy YES! PRETTYMOBILE HAS LEARNED THAT YOU CAN MAKE UNLIMITED CALLS, BUT YOUR TALK TIME
IS FAR FROM UNLIMITED! A PRETTYMOBILE DIVA WHO TALKS A LOT INFORMED THE REST OF THE US THAT AFTER A HOUR & A HALF ON A CALL, CRICKET WILL END IT! HANG IT UP! DROP YOU ON YOUR HEAD! OF COURSE PRETTYMOBILE SENT A SEXY DECOY TO INVESTIGATE! CRICKET TELLS HER, THIS IS HOW THEIR NETWORK IS SET UP. YOU JUST HAVE TO CALL BACK! TURNS OUT, YOU CAN CALL EVERY PERSON IN AMERICA IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD, BUT WHATS THE POINT IF YOU HAVE A TIME LIMIT ON HOW LONG YOU CAN TALK!?! CRICKET FEELS IF YOU CHOOSE A COMPANY WITH ITS NAME, YOU DONT NEED TO TALK THAT LONG, YOU SHOULD BE WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER CREDIT SCORE & CONTRACTED SERVICE! Very Happy Rolling Eyes Surprised Embarassed Very Happy Wink



Couple of things:

1. You might be confusing Cricket with MetroPCS:"In addition, if any call duration exceeds one hundred twenty minutes (120) minutes, MetroPCS may, in its sole discretion, terminate any such call." No such clause exists in the current T&C for Cricket. Therefore, Cricket can't terminate your calls after a certain amount of time.

2.Yeah, Cricket feels that people who want to get unlimited for under $100 w/ no contract are totally nuts. As a matter of fact, we care a lot about our customers: For instance on May 20th Cricket Wireless paid for everyone in Las Vegas to take public transportation to work as a thank you to the community. When was the last time you saw a contract carrier do something nice for thier customers other that give them a free phone to renew thier contracts?

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