This afternoon I ran across my old T-mobile UTA-200TM (HiPort) adapter. I was curious to see if it would work with a T-mobile SIM I keep active.
(And I know the question of "does UMA/wifi calling) work on prepaid" has been asked/answered, but I didn't see anything about anyone attempting the use of their old @home adapter)
Initially it did not. The device initialized and settled down with the power light solid amber which indicates "no 911 address has been set." I figured that was a better result than flashing amber which means error - maybe there was communication happening?
So I looked at my profile on mytmobile.com. Sure enough, no 911 address was set - but I got an error when I attempted to enter and save it. I chatted with them online and they were able to set it... and when I reset the device the power light stayed solid green, phone light went solid blue - there was dial tone!
Looks like I'll be switching the line to the $2/day plan for the occasional work-at-home day.
Nice! I ran into the same problem with the E911 address and talked to three or four people and no one could figure it out. I'm going to try the chat. I have a postpaid line in my @Home router but wanted to put a prepaid SIM in the second SIM slot. I just couldn't find anyone who could set my E911 address for prepaid.
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