From my research, it looks like the international Galaxy Note II works on T-Mobile and AT&T's 3G networks, but not 4G. I'm having a hard time finding a definitive answer on this, so I'm just looking for some confirmation. I want to be able to switch the Note II from T-Mobile to AT&T if needed.
I have a Samsung Flight 2, it’s not a smartphone but if I put my SIM card in the iPhone would it work? I have an unlimited data plan, unlimited messaging, and i think 700 minutes per month!
Is it something inherent to the technology behind it or the networks unwillingness to build better infrastructure?
My wife has been asking me what I want for my birthday and I have no clue. The budget is around $300. I have an iPhone 4, iPad (1st Gen), 15" MB Pro, Mac Mini. Any ideas on a cool gadget or something to get? I am on ATT and have an upgrade available as well.
My mother-in-law is looking for a new phone because hers broke. She doesn't want a smartphone, she does do a good deal of texting, and she can't sign up for a new contract. Lastly, it would be good if the phone isn't too ridiculously expensive ($200 at most, preferably under $100).
So what is a great phone for simple texting and where could I get it unsubsidized?
I'm in the market for a 4G hotspot. I currently have AT&T so I was looking at the Elevate 4G Mobile Hotspot. However, I don't mind going with Verizon or any other company that might offer better service. Does anyone have experience with the Elevate 4G Mobile Hotspot (good or bad)? I am in the Miami, FL market if that helps. In fact, if you have experience in this particular market, your input is greatly appreciated. Please include details on speed, reliability, battery life and any other...
I'm asking this on behalf of my sister, who is traveling to Canada over Christmas. She has a shiny new iPhone 4S on AT&T and she doesn't want to be caught off guard by crazy and unexpected cellular data charges.
How should one go about preparing their phone for international travel? What sorts of settings should be off, and should she call AT&T and get an international data plan, just in case?
I'm looking for a new phone and interested in a Windows Phone 7. I currently use a Nokia 5800 mostly because it's an unlocked phone that is not charged the data premium from AT&T. I only pay $10 for unlimited data and I'd like to find a Windows Phone that can do the same.
My theory is, if phone is carried by AT&T, it can be recognized and then they'll ask you to increase your data plan.
So any suggestions or ideas would be great.
I was browsing AT&T's site earlier and noticed that you can get an unlimited texting, messaging, and data plan for $30/month for a dumbphone. When I continued to process my cart it asked for my device's IMEI number.
Can I just put in a dumbphone's IMEI number and then just use my unlocked smartphone (Nexus S and/or HTC Titan)?
I understand that if you use a locked device with the wrong plan AT&T (or any other carrier) will make sure to catch you about it but I'm not sure about the case...
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So earlier tonight I won an HTC Titan at the Windows Phone Inner Circle Tour. So far I'm loving the phone but, unfortunately, I'm on T-Mobile. Unless I'll be able to unlock the phone easily, I'll just be using this as a nice Zune device.
Do any of y'all know how to unlock this phone without going through ATT?
If I absolutely have to go through ATT, how lenient is ATT with unlocking phones? Do I need to be an ATT customer to unlock this phone?
I'm in the LA area so I'd still be waiting a bit to make use of the Holiday's LTE, but the larger screen and higher res is appealing to me, especially since my current phone is a Dell Streak.
I pre-ordered on the 7th and I'm still waiting. I find this extremely frustrating. I can walk into a store and buy the 4s, but I can't get the two that I pre-ordered shipped to me. This is absolutely ridiculous. /endrant