According to the FCC documentation, the phone only has the 1900 MHz WCDMA band and not the 850 MHz WCDMA band.
Earl F. Parrish
Is there anyway to upgrade to a new phone without having to change my data plan? I want to buy a Samsung Captivate but when I try to activate I don't know how to keep the data plan to what I currently have. Is this possible? (If it is possible, could I do it on the Wirefly website? They let you upgrade your line but I don't know how to keep the data plan)
Also, I have a family plan with 4 phones. I'm the primary line (I believe)
Thanks and much love
I have an unlocked Nokia n85 and purchased a gophone SIM from AT&T. I need to access internet via 3G data - how to set up in in Nokia? What settings do I need to change?
Set Name: User defined
Access Name: wap.cingular
Auth Type: Secure
User ID : <leave blank>
Password: <leave blank>
Home URL: http://home
Proxy Address: wireless.cingular.com:80
Here's the manual for your phone. It looks like page 34 would be a good place to start.
Do I find a way around this or do I just pony up the extra 15 a month for that new data plan? (which I would hate to do, but if I must...)
If you would get a non-AT&T version of the Galaxy S, you could probably get away with your existing data package. The phone will probably cost you about $400+ if I had to guess.
Note: This only works for Windows Mobile, Android and Blackberry phones. It won't tether the iPhone
Hello, was wondering if I got a HTC Touch2 if ATT would switch me off my data plan? I'm currently on the family plan where its dumbphone data on my Nokia E71, I know I will lose 3G with the Touch2 but I can just drop my sim in my unlocked 3G modem and get on my laptop or use WIFI on the phone.
i found my answer
Last edited by b005td; 11-18-2010 at 02:58 PM.
From January through April I am going to be traveling extensively. I have a Clear card that will work in the majority of places, but for ND, NJ and Yuma I am going to need something else to get me through. I have a couple old Sierra 860's laying around at the office. They're unbranded and unlocked. I read back to page 40ish and there's so much info I am lost. I do not have an AT&T wireless account currently.
I looked at AT&T's website and wondered if there was a better way. I have an old GoPhone w/ SIM laying around is there anything I can do with that? Thanks for the help.
I guess this is the correct place to ask. I'm still on Unlimited Data with my iPhone4, so if I add the $20.00 Tethering package, do I still have a 2GB cap/limit?