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    Daily plan missing?

    I have a SIM here that I'd like to use for travelling to the US in November. The daily plan with $1/100MB addons would suit me best. However I tried the online SIM activation and it only shows the monthly plans as possibilities. What am I missing here? Is there anything I can do to get the daily plan to show?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmstlist View Post
    I have a SIM here that I'd like to use for travelling to the US in November. The daily plan with $1/100MB addons would suit me best. However I tried the online SIM activation and it only shows the monthly plans as possibilities. What am I missing here? Is there anything I can do to get the daily plan to show?
    There is a $2 daily plan with $1/100MB add ons showing when I look.
    At the bottom. Of my change plan page.

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    I'm talking about initial activation. No daily plans appear at all.

    Sent from my F5321 using Tapatalk

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    Hmm OK I tried using 111111111111111 instead of a real IMEI and I see it gives me options.
    If I pick smartphone it offers the 65, 45, 35, 30 plans and no dailies.
    If I pick basic phone I get 45, 35, 30 plans as well as the $2/day and $0.25/min plans.
    (although I suspect if I go this avenue with a smartphone I might end up with no LTE)
    If I pick tablet I get $75/8GB, $50/5GB, $25/2GB.

    The daily plan with $1/100MB data is probably ideal as I'll be in town for a conference with mostly wifi most of the time, but will have some "tourist time" to myself during which I will probably do more wandering and not be able to rely on wifi.

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    the $2 daily plan does work on smartphones, you'll have no data unless
    you add the 100mb day pass package for $1 or you can use wifi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    the $2 daily plan does work on smartphones, you'll have no data unless
    you add the 100mb day pass package for $1 or you can use wifi.
    Right, but it does seem that if I enter a smartphone IMEI on activation, it does not show the daily plan as an option at all. I have to enter an unrecognized IMEI to get the option.

    Going by this article:
    http://prepaid-data-sim-card.wikia.com/wiki/AT%26T_USA
    If it thinks that this device is not LTE-capable, the network will not allow any LTE connections. E.g.“111111111111111” is considered not LTE capable. It's recommended to enter a LTE-capable IMEI, if you need LTE.
    So if I activate this way I'm concerned it will not allow me on LTE.

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