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    Muve Music and roaming questions.

    Hi,

    I have a ZTE Score phone. If I let my service expire will I still be able to play the Muve Music songs I have stored on my phone?

    Also, when I drive just a few miles out of the city I lose service. Is it possible to roam on Verizon or AT&T towers with the $55/month PayGo plan?

    Thanks,
    timmy

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    Welcome to Cricket Users!

    No, if you do not pay your bill, you cannot continue to enjoy your Muve Music service. You'll need to pay the $55 each month in order to continue to listen to the music downloads.

    If you're on the Nationwide PAYGO (purchased at Best Buy, HSN, or a market where there aren't Cricket stores), you cannot roam on Verizon. You already have access to Sprint's Nationwide Network, but like I said, roaming off of that network is not available.

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    No because all your music is saved in the muve music app. It doesn't convert to your phone memory or SD card. Once it expires its gone.

 

 

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