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By: Leonard E Brand http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/boost-mobile/#comment-545 Wed, 16 Nov 2011 17:21:26 +0000 http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/?p=350#comment-545 Boost raised my rates with out any pryor notice, cut my service! I had been with them for years, but they wanted me to switch to one of thier monthly plans, so when I would not, they double my rate and cut my service.

They still use the old rate to get you to sign up, but after that they will start to screw you over.

I infirm them that as long as there are more honest companies out there I would only be with them until I can switch,I am now talking with three other companies and looking at their plans, an them to boost, color me gone.

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By: James http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/boost-mobile/#comment-544 Wed, 26 Oct 2011 17:20:04 +0000 http://www.prepaidphonepro.com/?p=350#comment-544 Boost is a cut rate mobile phone carrier owned by Sprint. There is no tech department. Consumers are encouraged to do everything themselves; that is, activate the mobile phone using the Boost website or listening to prerecorded instructions use a phone number pad. This is fine with me–I prefer this method. But if there’s a problem and you need technical support, Boost isn’t going to help you. Consumers can try to contact a customer service representative but the phone menu is set up to make it virtually impossible to contact a representative (Sprint cares more about saving money than providing good customer service). After several tries, I contacted a customer service representative who “activated” my phone. The rep told me it would take up to 24 hours to activate. The phone never worked so I called customer service again a couple of days later (again, after several tries at navigating the phone menu from Hell). The customer service rep set up my phone for activation again and told me that it would work within an hour. The phone never activated. I called back but could not get through the labyrinthine phone menu Sprint devised to discourage consumers from contacting its outsourced customer service reps. The phone menu hung up on me 3 times for pushing the wrong button and I had to call back and start all over again. I finally gave up and tried to cancel my account but I was informed that Boost never cancels an account; they just inactivate it and keep your credit card information.

I ended up filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. At this point, I just wanted to cancel my account and return the phone for a refund. After a few days, Stan from Sprint Executive offices in Fort Worth called me. Stan gave me the usual perfunctory apologies and talked to me in scripted corporatese with a Texas accent. He wasn’t very good at it. After about 10 minutes he said, “I’m going to talk to you like a human being.” He then became my best friend and got very chatty. Stan advertises himself as a Christian. He loves Jesus, believes in the right to bear arms, and home schools his children (so they can grow up to be as smart as him and reject scientific facts). This idiot was the guy that was in charge of resolving my complaint. He didn’t solve any of my issues I had with Boost and Sprint. I ended up filing a complaint with the FCC.

If you are still thinking about signing up with Boost, let me make a suggestion. Call their customer service number for information about how to activate a phone. See if you can get a hold of a human being that can help you. I think then you will be convinced. It’s easier to get a hold of a person when you are signing up, but when you have a problem, good luck! As for me, I will never ever ever use Boost or Sprint again.

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