Have you tried "[email protected]" that works from what I hear.
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After 3 years of full signal service, T-Mobile service stopped working at my house. After a month of back and forth with T-Mobile, they finally admitted that they have rearranged their antennas and service may never work again.
So I switched to Aio Wireless. I'm disappointed. I chose Aio because they were an AT&T subsidiary. I should have just switched to an AT&T GoPhone.
Aio does not have an email to SMS gateway, and SMS short codes do not work. If you rely on either of those, this is not the network for you.
Has anyone had experience porting a number out of Aio?
SMS short codes not supported on AIO as of now..and email to SMS does work as mentioned by tim-of-nc.
Does anyone know if this is working as of Sept 25th? I'm wondering if there's a problem with my account.
I tried contacting Aio support, but they told me that Aio didn't have an email to SMS gateway, so I don't know how much use it will be trying to get them to investigate.
I'm not creating an argument here, just curious why AIO Wireless is not on the same street as Straight Talk AT&T SIM and AT&T GoPhone which allows short codes. Could it be that AT&T is treating AIO Wireless subscriber as a second class citizen? This is one of two things going against them, second is their LTE is cap @8mbps whereas ST is running rampant and so is GoPhone. Only other thing I see going for AIO is unlimited data, throttled to 256K after alotment is exhausted, so is with ST, unlimited, just thread through the water carefully so not to stand out.
iPhone 6S Plus 128GB RGD, N66mAP
Samsung SM-T815 Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE
Asus MeMO Pad 7 LTE, Cheap Device
I knew about the 8Mbs limitation going into this. That didn't bother me. I don't need to stream high def video on my phone. I like plans that throttle at the end of your data limit (like T-Mobile and Aio) as it keeps essential data like search and maps functioning.
Lack of short codes (I can't receive SMS from Amazon Web Services and other online services now) and the uncertainty of an email to SMS gateway is very frustrating. It does feel like they've sold us half-broken service.
Why did they do that? Arrogance and going its own way perhaps? Let's reinvent the wheel!maybe their motto. They have a different network identifier, just like Lycamobile, which allows them to lock their phones to their SIMs. The are charting their own path. It must be awfully dark when you want to go your own way in the cellular business. It is not second-class citizenship, they are a whole different country.
OK, to summerize
iPhone to ST=mms not guaranteed to work
iPhone to GoPhone=need to unlock
iPhone to AIO Wireless=no rigging required by subscriber
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The shortcodes thing is temporary according to the reps I have asked.
Either way, it's a non-issue now that Google Voice has shortcode support.