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AT&T's Cricket Brand to Cut Off Lifeline Service

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Jun 4, 2014, 1:27 PM

Another reason mergers are bad

The FCC should have wrote this in as a stipulation that lifeline and poor customers who rely on service be migrated.
Honestly, the Lifeline service is being very badly abused right now, it is supposed to be available only to the poorest of the poor, people who cannot afford phone service any other way, but often people sign up who aren't even poor at all, they never...

Jun 5, 2014, 12:26 PM

There's no money in it!

Its interesting that they can cut it off at will. I wonder why cricket did not think of that? I wonder if any telecom really wants to provide the service??
Whats funny is that virgin mobile provides the "obamaphone" to welfare cases...and theyre owned by sprint

Jun 6, 2014, 9:37 AM

No more Hotspot service either

The AT&T Cricket is no longer offering the Hotspot service which is pissing off lots of legacy Cricket customers. They also don't allow BridgePay (allows a user to extend his bill due date by paying $7).

Might as well just be a GoPhone customer. AT&T is alienating a lot of legacy Cricket customers.
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