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May 5, 2017, 11:58 AM
over in the "Cricket Wireless Debuts HD Voice for Select Phones" discussion:

HD Calling

Sounds like something that's about 15 years too late. I mean really who makes phone calls anymore? Sure once in a while, but most people text or instant message. It's like rolling out cellular "home phones" to replace your wire line service. Everyone who's gotten rid of their home phone has done so years ago. HD calling's calling already came and went.
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May 6, 2017, 8:40 AM
over in the "Cricket Wireless Debuts HD Voice for Select Phones" discussion:

The real news here is the availability of VoLTE to Cricket customers

Until now this has only been available to branded, post-paid AT&T customers and none of their MVNOs.

This is important in areas where AT&T only broadcasts LTE on its low band holdings (like in most of NC for example).

The one issue I can see though is AT&T's normal insistence on only allowing VoLTE on certain devices (they are much more strict when it comes to VoLTE provisioning as compared to Verizon and T-Mobile).

Sep 8, 2016, 11:24 PM
over in the "Cricket Drops Entry-Level Plan to $30 Per Month" discussion:

Solid Plan

Cricket has very solid plans, I like the $35 for 2.5 gigs of LTE data. Seems like the best value.

Get a $25 credit if you use this code when you sign up https://refer.cricketwireless.com/4kiV9Bs

Sep 8, 2016, 3:54 PM
over in the "Cricket Drops Entry-Level Plan to $30 Per Month" discussion:


i going to save 20$ a month with this new entry plan. my parents dont use the internet, just for emergency calling.
Charles Bigelow

Jul 28, 2016, 7:14 AM
over in the "Hands-On with the BlackBerry DTEK50" discussion:

BlackBerry DTEK50

Research in Motion got smart on this one.
Saving $$$$$$ with Alcatel as the design and concentrating more on the software.
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Jul 27, 2016, 2:40 PM
over in the "Hands-On with the BlackBerry DTEK50" discussion:

should have a keyboard...

I really don't get why BlackBerry bothers making devices without a keyboard...they should release a sequel to the Classic in a slab form factor running Android
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Jul 26, 2016, 8:24 PM
over in the "BlackBerry DTEK50 Is A Secured, Rebadged Alcatel Idol 4" discussion:

Why are they wasting time on phones without a keyboard?

Security is nice and all, but BlackBerry should ONLY make phones with their excellent keyboards to stand out...where's the sequel to the BlackBerry Classic running Android plz/!
Charles Bigelow

Jul 19, 2016, 10:11 AM
over in the "Cricket to Carry Alcatel Idol 4 with Virtual Reality Goggles" discussion:

Alcatel Idol 4

The Idol 4 and the 4S are the best of class in the mid-range line that I believe anyone will find.
The specs, quality, and over user-friendliness on fantastic price-points.
The Idol 3 was a great intro into their line of flagships.

Feb 3, 2016, 11:51 AM
over in the "Alcatel Web Site Spills Details Of Idol 4S and Idol 4" discussion:

Idol 4S

I was planning originally to get the 3.
The specs on the 4S make it really worth the wait.
They bumped things up exactly where it was needed.
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