How can this be done ?
Straight Talk is paying up the *** to use Verizon's network, just like every other MVNO that uses Verizon's network. You can probably imagine why he got flagged almost immediately.
You can either eat the two peanuts I gave to you, or crush them..
- I'm bout to show a city slicker how to kick it in the sticks -
What about using GPS over ST? Is that too much data coming in? Other than that I wouldn't be doing anything but calling and texting.
Yes that is too much data.
Oh well I guess I'll just flash my phone back since I can't get voice working anyways.
What about Pandora on normal quality? Would that be took much data on STs network
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Yes it is possible to do this. Also, with straight talk releasing an android phone in the next couple of weeks I doubt data usage is going to be monitored all that closely.
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Nokia GPS are using 1-2 MB on 6.5 miles trip and 3-4 on 14 miles. GPS navigation using "yards" instead of "feet" even with US voice navigation.