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    Cricket phones on H20?

    If Cricket runs on AT&T towers, can their phones be used on H20 without unlock code? The Coolpad Canvas looks like a nice phone.

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    Nope, Cricket phones won't work on anything but Cricket till they are unlocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital Rules View Post
    Nope, Cricket phones won't work on anything but Cricket till they are unlocked.
    Thnx for the info.

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    Check eBay for cheap unlock codes

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    The Coolpad is junk. You can get a better free phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grateful4Advice View Post
    The Coolpad is junk. You can get a better free phone.
    Who actually makes the Coolpad?

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    If you're leery about buying on eBay, checkout Amazon "Certified Refurbished" unlocked phones. There's hundreds to choose from ranging from $35 to $500, and they are guaranteed to look and work as new (or your money back). 90-day warranty.

    There are some real bargains if you choose carefully. I picked up an unlocked Google Pixel XL for $230 a few weeks back -- a fraction of its original MSRP -- and there are still models available for around $250. If you look for flagships that were released 2-3 years ago, you can find a really good deal.

    The short warranty is a bit of a risk, but if you shop refurbished regularly, you'll save money in the long run, even if you're stuck with a lemon occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grateful4Advice View Post
    The Coolpad is junk. You can get a better free phone.
    Correct me if I'm wrong but Coolpad is made by LG.

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    Heh. I'll correct myself. The son in law has one and he told me LG. I found this at phonescoop.

    https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/ma...urer.php?m=205

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellular-dude View Post
    Heh. I'll correct myself. The son in law has one and he told me LG. I found this at phonescoop.

    https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/ma...urer.php?m=205
    Thanks for the link.

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