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Top message:  BOOST MOBILE SMS TEXT MESSAGING - ISSUES IN TEXAS by Austiniter   Mar 3, 2009, 6:15 AM

Replying to:  Re: What Was The Point Of This Post? by XXX   Mar 8, 2009, 3:57 AM

Re: What Was The Point Of This Post?

by jrfdsf    Mar 8, 2009, 4:28 PM

XXX said:
Hey big mouth, some people who are thinking about signing up with Boost come into forums like these to get other peoples' impressions of the company before they join.
I can promise you that the original poster was not fabricating anything. While the calls on Boost are loud and clear, they do have some serious issues. Text messaging is the worst I have ever seen. Messages can take hours to be sent or received and sometimes it never happens at all. Customer service is busy a lot, and compared to the larger carriers, they are not that knowledgeable. For those reasons, I too ported out of Boost and am enjoying speedy messaging and competent customer service with my new carrier.
So don't slam other people for airing their grievances and hopefully saving someone else from similar inconveniences.

Unless you know this guy personally, you can't promise that anything he posted is real.

I could just as easily go onto the T-Mobile forum under a different username and talk about dropped calls and spotty service- problems they are known for having. But that wouldn't help anyone over there, neither would it add anything to their forum. It would simply be a negative post with no validity and no way of proving otherwise. That's why I disagree with posts like this one.

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