Which brings up another interesting question. If you live in a spanish speaking nation and you have a tech issue, when you call and ask for tech support in espanõl, do you get an indian person speaking spanish? Someone please tell me the answer to this![Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Saturday, February 21, 2009 1:15:04 PM)
(In his best Indian tech-support voice)
Dear sir, I am not understanding what you mean by this "do-dad" terminology. Does this mean your father cannot use the phone?
There should have been a manual that explains everything in plain-japanese. I would refer you to that document as, while I work for Cricket, I do not actually own a cellphone. If it works either way, I would advise you to leave it off.
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Deep Freeze wrote:
I have "Cricket" wireless. I have a little doo-dad ( high tech word) that I plug into the side of this thing and I have internet access. The little doo-dad has a switch on it. I have noticed that, whether I turn on this switch or not, I have internet. So, what the heck is it for???????????