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  1. Thread: OpenVPN?

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    I think I figured it out. In settings you need to...

    I think I figured it out. In settings you need to set both IPV4 & IPV6.
  2. Until they obsolete the grandfathered plans and...

    Until they obsolete the grandfathered plans and force you on a new one, as they have in the past.
  3. Keep in mind that if the merger is allowed to...

    Keep in mind that if the merger is allowed to proceed, T-Mobile will inherit Sprint's contractual obligation to provide unlimited, low-cost, high-speed wireless Internet service to educational...
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    I had a problem with one major financial...

    I had a problem with one major financial institution that I could set up the account to send verification codes to my T-Mobile phone, which required that I receive a verification code and enter it on...
  5. No. Viaero is a regional mobile carrier in...

    No. Viaero is a regional mobile carrier in Nebraska and part of Colorado. Cricket is an AT&T MVNO that does not roam on Viaero's network in Nebraska. If you go to certain parts of Nebraska with a...
  6. I just hope the judge makes a ruling soon so this...

    I just hope the judge makes a ruling soon so this thread can finally die. :rip::rip::drunk:
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    I carry a spare SIM when traveling abroad in case...

    I carry a spare SIM when traveling abroad in case my phone gets lost or stolen. I like knowing that I can change SIMs online.
  8. Let's say you have Cricket Wireless (MVNO). If...

    Let's say you have Cricket Wireless (MVNO). If you're in O'Neil, NE and drive 42 mi south to Bartlett, you will not have any service (according to Cricket's coverage map). O'Neil has AT&T coverage....
  9. Thread: OpenVPN?

    by DRNewcomb
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    OpenVPN?

    Anyone use OpenVPN on Android?
    I have an issue. I have an ASUS router with an OpenVPN server. I installed the OpenVPN app on my Android Phone and it appears to connect, everything is good.
    So, I'm...
  10. I see a great deal of inertia. People do what...

    I see a great deal of inertia. People do what they've always done. I know people who only have $30/month plans and never turn their cell phone on. They only have it in case the car breaks down. If...
  11. Right but the judge may ask the clerks to...

    Right but the judge may ask the clerks to summarize the arguments and evidence. I doubt one judge has the ability to read everything the parties submit.
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    10 years ago I had an unlimited VPN data plan on...

    10 years ago I had an unlimited VPN data plan on a HSPA+ phone that could get 8 Mbps download speed. It was actually a bit more expensive than my current plan.
  13. He may be waiting to see where his clerks fall on...

    He may be waiting to see where his clerks fall on the case.
  14. Is anyone else having trouble reaching...

    Is anyone else having trouble reaching TMONEWS.COM or is it just me?



    The latter I suspect. I mean, my 55+ plan doesn't get free Netflix. Like they're going to add Quibi for free?
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    Commnet Wireless. Verizon's site there seems to...

    Commnet Wireless. Verizon's site there seems to have powered up in 2017. I could be wrong about that.
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    "The C band is a designation by the Institute of...

    "The C band is a designation by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum in the microwave range of frequencies ranging from 4.0 to...
  17. I wonder if $4.99 and $7.99 are a mobile-only,...

    I wonder if $4.99 and $7.99 are a mobile-only, per-device price?
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    I don't see the point. "C-band" is just a name...

    I don't see the point. "C-band" is just a name attached to the frequencies ~4-8 GHz. It's used for satellite communications but it's also used for WiFi and I don't see any 9' dishes on WiFi routers....
  19. I assume you don't literally mean "erecting...

    I assume you don't literally mean "erecting towers" but rather "populating towers". Most towers are designed to be shared by three or more tenants.
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    I think we need to be clear that "almost useless"...

    I think we need to be clear that "almost useless" is not "useless". A penny, by itself, is "almost useless" but with a bucket of them one can buy stuff. I'm not sure if mmWave is worth paying a $B...
  21. According to the best numbers I can find, 12.7M...

    According to the best numbers I can find, 12.7M people use the "superest value MVNO": Lifeline Services (a.k.a. "Free" phones). I don't know if there are any numbers for MVNO usage based on per-month...
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    At the rim or below? At the rim, VZW's one tower...

    At the rim or below? At the rim, VZW's one tower there could be overloaded. Below: that or you're seeing an edge-defracted downlink with no clear uplink path.
  23. Ever watch a soap opera then go away for a week...

    Ever watch a soap opera then go away for a week then come back and find the plot pretty much where you left it. Like nothing has progressed. This thread reminds me of that. :arguing: :sleepy:
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    I think that's the echo chamber you're hearing.

    I think that's the echo chamber you're hearing.
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    In certain settings it's possible to have...

    In certain settings it's possible to have microcells arranged all around so that the phone/device can connect to a microcell no matter how it's turned. Yes, it's not about me getting Gbps download....
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