I am thinking about getting an ATT data card for my home internet once the conversion happens. Their data cards should be faster than my current broadband plan. However, I'm concerned about the data cap. So what I'm wondering is could I go purchase an Alltel data card and plan right now and then be grandfathered into an unlimited data plan when I convert to ATT?
We have a Verizon Data Card for a laptop that is coming off of a 2 year contract. We would like to know if there are any comparable Data Card services that can be purchased on a Month to Month Basis. We find that we don't need the service all the time, but would like to have something that we could use like a Pre-Paid Wireless Plan. Something that we could have operational for a few months and then turnoff during other months and then bring back up on a as need basis. Any good ideas or options?
Just got my data card today, and the speeds are pretty good. My only question is the "Welcome to AT&T" letter that came with the transition instructions said that you can switch to different equipment within the first 30 days. Does that mean it is possible to switch out the Lightning data card for a Shockwave?
Where are you located newyork, did you already get phones, SPEED TESTS!!!????? THANKS SO MUCH FOR ANY INFO!
My data card stays primarily in a really low signal area (-100dbm) and it hasn't fallen below 2mbps, and most are 3+ (I've topped out a 4mbps at my current location). My latency is amazing (50ms) though, and I've gotten roughly 6mbps down and 1.1 up in a spot with better signal.
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Thanks! Looks pretty good.Originally Posted by newyork4me
Thanks newyork, but that doesn't line up with the latency you say you're seeing. Still, VERY VERY nice, and extremely promising. Come on, AT&T!
sprke, the iPhone is not an HSPA+ device.