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  1. >I have been trying for over 2 months to get...

    >I have been trying for over 2 months to get someone who actually knows, to tell me if Verizon allows WiFi calling on a non Verizon branded phone. I have called and spoken with Verizon reps almost a...
  2. >I have been trying for over 2 months to get...

    >I have been trying for over 2 months to get someone who actually knows, to tell me if Verizon allows WiFi calling on a non Verizon branded phone.

    Indoor cell reception is a common problem, which...
  3. B71 still isn't rolled out everywhere. Per the...

    B71 still isn't rolled out everywhere. Per the rollout schedule, phases 7-10 are taking place in 2020.

    Coverage improvement with B71 varies by location. West Coast states, particularly CA, are the...
  4. BestMVNO has a good write-up on it yesterday, ...

    BestMVNO has a good write-up on it yesterday,

    https://bestmvno.com/venn-mobile/venn-mobile-launches-with-30-month-unlimited-lte-data-plan-that-includes-50gb-hotspot

    Basically, it's run by the...
  5. >Those three OnePlus phones support bands 26 and...

    >Those three OnePlus phones support bands 26 and 41 as well as current T-Mobile bands.

    OnePlus 7 isn't sold in US, so it's moot. Of the other two, Sprint only supports the 7 Pro, not the 7T.
    ...
  6. OP is worried about 2G/3G roaming for his oversea...

    OP is worried about 2G/3G roaming for his oversea acquaintances, and AT&T requirement of "approved" phones for VoLTE use. So he has the idea of using dual-SIM for T-Mo side.

    Which is fine, but the...
  7. >Slightly off topic but I didn’t think European...

    >Slightly off topic but I didn’t think European providers didn’t support VoLTE roaming in the US?

    Hence the dual-SIM.

    >4G LTE 2,4,5 (Bands 12 and 71 are optional)

    T-Mo VoLTE cert requires...
  8. >this is on a Pixel 1 Per reports from 3 years...

    >this is on a Pixel 1

    Per reports from 3 years ago, Pix 1 doesn't have AT&T VoLTE. I don't think time has improved your chances any.

    Pix 2 getting VoLTE is...interesting. Get your Google-Fu in...
  9. >Not really. If your device supports it they...

    >Not really. If your device supports it they allow it but nothing says the devices they sell have to support it.

    That's where the 30-day no-question-asked return policy comes in. It's stated on...
  10. >It varies by phone. Yeah, the world of...

    >It varies by phone.

    Yeah, the world of Android phones is messy. I doubt if TW or anyone can come up with a definitive list of working hotspot phones.

    But with TW hotspot now being official, TW...
  11. >That's NOT so. Three of the phones I have are in...

    >That's NOT so. Three of the phones I have are in the CURRENT listing for sale . . . . Where's the HOTSPOT function then?

    No need to get shrill. You will get zero results that way.

    It's simple....
  12. >ON WHAT PHONES???????????? >I have a Galaxy S5,...

    >ON WHAT PHONES????????????
    >I have a Galaxy S5, S7, and a Luna Pro. None of these Total Wireless Branded phones have HOTSPOT any where in the setting/network options.

    advcomp2019 already...
  13. >If a foreigner arriving in the US has a device...

    >If a foreigner arriving in the US has a device which doesn't support US LTE bands, there will be no 3G to fall back on regardless of the SIM card.

    EU is also sunsetting 2G/3G, reportedly this...
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    >but I'm pretty darn sure that with their...

    >but I'm pretty darn sure that with their comparitively limited user base and small size, they have fewer buyers lined up to purchase my info than Messers. Google and Microsoft might.

    You think...
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    >I have a feeling this plan is only good for...

    >I have a feeling this plan is only good for rural people with good lte coverage.
    >In town I am always de-prioritized to .1-.5 mbps which is just enough to get emails and texts I suppose.

    Yeah,...
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    >I still do not understand your complete...

    >I still do not understand your complete negativity towards the service, and the importance in the market. You clearly do not like VoIP services and you have your own reasoning as to why

    In args...
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    >Personally, I'd rather see a few ads than have...

    >Personally, I'd rather see a few ads than have my data mined, given the choice, but as an Android user I accept that Google has an uncomfortable level of access to my data, and I really miss my...
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    What was your data usage for the past 2 months?...

    What was your data usage for the past 2 months? Any slowdown after past a certain point? What's the average speed you are getting? Thanks.

    Edit:

    >I'm not sure about speeds but I tether to watch...
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    >What phone service is 100% reliable? ...

    >What phone service is 100% reliable?

    Residential phone service is reliable enough, that you can expect 100% of your calls/texts to go through when you make them. It's a poor cop-out to say that...
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    >P*ssing on adware apps for their potential...

    >P*ssing on adware apps for their potential data-mining privacy issues is one thing, but then offering up any Google product as an alternative seems almost comical.

    Thanks for letting me amplify....
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    >Emphasis is on "could" apparently. I've had the...

    >Emphasis is on "could" apparently. I've had the same TextNow number for years, and hardly ever use it. Certainly not every three days. Not even every three weeks!

    Thanks for the data point. IMO,...
  22. @OP, You were signing up for the AT&T $300/yr...

    @OP,

    You were signing up for the AT&T $300/yr ($25/mo) deal, so presumably price is a consideration.

    Then, know that quality of CS can and do vary widely. Don't base judgment on any one...
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    >I'm not sure why you would assume free products...

    >I'm not sure why you would assume free products and services are not viable business models for certain products and services, especially anything connected to an Internet connection. Personal data...
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    >VOIP is a viable business model and will be...

    >VOIP is a viable business model and will be around for years to come.

    I note that you don't use a (paid) VoIP service, so evidently it's not viable for you, either. Sure, plenty of folks use free...
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    >You've got to be kidding... It's absolutely...

    >You've got to be kidding... It's absolutely trivial. TextNow gives Sprint a list of IP blocks to be "mediated" on this free plan, Sprint allows an unlimited amount of data to go through to those,...
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