Question about Cell Phones
Ok let's try this.When you purchased your calling plan. Did you open a email or sign up for any social or online account? That could help you determine about when you got your phone plan. Or if you paid with a check or Debit card. You could look on the statement for when you first got your plan. I was wondering about what you could do so I went to boost mobiles customer service website, and was astonished at the lack of help a person can get. There was a quite a few people with the same question you have. But no one to help. I hope you're able to get your phone replaced. But if not remember At&t, Verizon, and others have the BYOD specials. You could switch to a different carrier for a discount on a phone and service.
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it would be best to contact your mobile service provider customer service representative for more assistance.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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