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I also have a razor, and my phone company is cricket. When some one wants to change service to another company, sometimes the company they are switching to can "flash" the phone with the companys particular software, thus making it function with the new service. However, Im not sure if cricket has the capabilites to do this. Personally, ive been using cricket for close to five years, and I can honestly say that in means of customer service and quality, cricket is not the way to go. Im personally planning on switching to Verizon or Sprint soon and just buying a new phone altogether due to the lack of quality the phone and the service from cricket provides. Ive gone through several phones from cricket, and they were all fairly shabby. As a rule, DONT buy a Kyocera phone from cricket, they are cheap and not meant to last.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you are looking to simply remove the SIM lock so you can use your phone with Cricket, you should ask ALLTEL for an NCK code to unlock it.
If they refuse, or you would also like to add their software, the best options would be to use a firmware flashing service from the likes of http://www.wotanserver.com or http://www.davinciteam.com
Flashing your phone with a new firmware can be risky if not done exactly as they tell you. So, if you are unfamiliar with it, you may want to just go for the NCK code.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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