1. calfee20's Avatar
    I have been getting some flaky service from T-Mobile. I have random disconnects and Wi-Fi calling has not been a bed of roses. So I am going to switch to the AT&T network and I was hoping I could get some input on Cricket vs GoPhone. Thanks in advance.
    10-17-2014 09:54 AM
  2. calfee20's Avatar
    Well I guess I will reply to myself. It's like a game of solitaire. I went with Cricket and its $60 per month plan so I could get the 10 gig of data. Cricket won't let you tether so if I can't get a hack to work I will drop to the $40 per month plan that has 1 gig.
    I live in South Coast MA and the AT&T network is so far beyond T-Mobile it is hard to describe. Wi-Fi calling was the only thing that made T-Mobile usable for me was also the cause of many woes. I now get 4 or 5 bars inside my house so the Wi-Fi calling is not needed. The only problem I see with Cricket so far is the lack of stores.
    10-24-2014 10:48 AM
  3. pseudoware's Avatar
    Well I guess I will reply to myself.
    Lol. If available, also consider H2O


    We use pay-as-you-go on locked AT&T phones. Seems to work as well as our phones on AT&T.
    10-25-2014 07:28 PM

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