Cricket to Offer Keyocera ZioGeneral


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  1. Distroid

    Distroid Member This Topic's Starter

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    Aww, nobody's got nothin nice to say about Cricket's Kyo-Zio? :(
     

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  2. Swizz

    Swizz Well-Known Member

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    It's not the Zio, it's Cricket
     
  3. Distroid

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    Lmao that's funny. esp cuz in Cricket forums, they all rag on the fact that it's a Kyocera.

    Cricket really is a great company as long as you use it the way it's supposed to be used, and pay your bill on time.
     
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    Will this phone be CDMA only?
     
  5. dreamer111

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    Hello guys.
    Did anyone try Zio on PagePlus yet? Does it work?

    I'm only interested in voice/texts, - don't care about the data. :)

    Let us know.
    Thanks
     
  6. jcaf77

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    its a great phone for the price and especially the all inclusive plan for $55, can't beat that if you are in a cricket market... now i hope this gets rooted soon!
     
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    I think their android plan is really not bad at $55. And it's without a contract! Only thing I'm skeptical about is what features I'd be able to use on the partnered coverage areas (which I guess is their name for roaming). I'm also concerned a bit about the text size on the thing, as I'm visually impaired. I do plan on downloading the talkback API and all the apps that use that. :)
     
  8. Bob Maxey

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    I have never had a problem with Criket. Lots of friends have lots of problems with other carriers. Not to mention, big bills. Criket is not so bad; every problem you have with Criket is likely duplicated across all other carriers, I'll bet.

    I have no problem connecting. No problem getting my mail. No problems whatsoever.

    Bob
     
  9. javajoe96

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    I have been using CricKet for over 2 years now and never had any big problems. My service has been as good or better than any other provider I have used before. Now this is all based if you are in there limited areas and are fine with that and for me it is. I just got the Zio a week ago and I am only paying $59 and change a month, $55 plan and about $4 and change in taxes. And I am using the S*$% out of the unlimited data. Constantly streaming audio and various things. My major problem is the battery, but then again that is the problem on most smart phones.
     
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    CricKet is really good actually. It offers unlimited everything for my Zio. It's both cheap and reliable. Unlimited data=awesomeness.
     

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