I ordered the sim for my stepson and we put it in his samsung infuse, I also have the samsung infuse with the old sim, anyway, I compaired speeds and everything was faster with the new ST Sim card than with the one I have been using for the last year, I'm thinking about ordering one for me and selling my sim and the phone that goes with it
hey guys one question regarding the iphone 4s and the T-mob sim. Can i use any t-mob sim card even those that are not working?(meaning never activated,deactivated etc)
Or are you talking about using the nonAT&T sim swap method to edit APN? If so, I used an activated and non activated Simple Mobile tmo microSIM and both worked on my iphone 4.
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I think I might know the answer to this question from looking at some of the posts here, but just in case. You can only get HSPA 3G speeds with At&t and T-Mobile SIMs, even if you have a phone that has HSPA+ capabilities, right? I've been thinking of getting a prepaid phone for a while and I like the fact that you can either choose to go with At&t or T-Mo service on ST/Net10, especially with unlimited data.
I ordered my sim card on the 9th and it got cancelled for no reason 4 business days later. In fatc they had no record that the order was ever placed. I placed another order yesterday for the sim, and I called today to check the status and they again had no record of it. after talking to a tier 2 rep, they indeed had the order and that I should receive it next week. Has anyone else had these problems?
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If it's not a locked phone, it really doesn't matter, since any ST SIM works on the same towers as any other ST SIM.
The only reason for 2 SIMs being available is that a locked phone won't work with a SIM for a different carrier than the one it's locked to.
Oh well, I'll take it for $90 per month for our two lines instead of Verizon's $185. I'm wifi most of the time when using it anyway, but it still kinda stinks to know I was hitting 40 Mbps with my 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus
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