View Poll Results: What plan/carrier are you using?

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  • AT&T GoPhone

    13 68.42%
  • Straight Talk

    2 10.53%
  • Net10/RedPocket/H20 (comments)

    1 5.26%
  • AIO Wireless

    3 15.79%
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Thread: AIO Wireless - My Review

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by realjet View Post
    If someone orders a sim card and plan from lets say florida and you ship it to someone in another area how does that person register it if the sim card was mailed to Florida and the person that sets it up is in another state with a different name?
    I did just dad with no problems.

    From the desk of Hiss Excellency.

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    I'm thinking of driving to Dallas to see what's up with this plan. But I want to port my number though.

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  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by badjack View Post
    I'm thinking of driving to Dallas to see what's up with this plan. But I want to port my number though.

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    Cant work. They wont and cant port any number outside of the specific list they have in store. My best advice is to call the store and ask about the list of portable area codes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rvsidekick6 View Post
    Cant work. They wont and cant port any number outside of the specific list they have in store. My best advice is to call the store and ask about the list of portable area codes.


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    Yeah. I had to loose my number, buy it was worth the $50 in monthly savings

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  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by aokusman View Post
    Yeah. I had to loose my number, buy it was worth the $50 in monthly savings

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    Why didn't you just port your number to Google Voice and then forward all calls to your new number? You could have kept your number.

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by s99nj View Post
    Why didn't you just port your number to Google Voice and then forward all calls to your new number? You could have kept your number.
    GV never worked well for me

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  7. #37
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    Hey guys,

    So, I was just gonna buy 5 or 10 SIM's and list them on eBay. However.... they require you to attach a monthly plan in the online order form. Assuming you want the $55 plan, that totals to $65.74 Of course, I'll need a bit of money for postage to your address. They also want me to make an account, so I'll make it a dummy account and give you the credentials to personalize it later. Here's the short of it:

    1. SIM comes tied to phone number and plan

    2. SIM requires account info like name and phys. address.

    3. SIM will arrive already active, tested, and ready for use.

    If you would feel more comfortable buying a tangible ad, I can make an eBay listing for it.

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  8. #38
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    This is the OTA MMS settings after doing a factory restore. Within the hour, it sent this to me.

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  9. #39
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    rvsidekick6 so what changed if anything ,,, with the apn settings that u can see


    Quote Originally Posted by rvsidekick6 View Post
    This is the OTA MMS settings after doing a factory restore. Within the hour, it sent this to me.

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  10. #40
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    rvsidekick6 so when u order the sim online u have to no the info of the phone what type
    an the imei ##
    the name of the person an physical address an what plan they want
    an then they send the sim to u already active is it really that easy,, if thats the as i could get some family to buy it an then ship it to me am i right


    Quote Originally Posted by rvsidekick6 View Post
    Hey guys,

    So, I was just gonna buy 5 or 10 SIM's and list them on eBay. However.... they require you to attach a monthly plan in the online order form. Assuming you want the $55 plan, that totals to $65.74 Of course, I'll need a bit of money for postage to your address. They also want me to make an account, so I'll make it a dummy account and give you the credentials to personalize it later. Here's the short of it:

    1. SIM comes tied to phone number and plan

    2. SIM requires account info like name and phys. address.

    3. SIM will arrive already active, tested, and ready for use.

    If you would feel more comfortable buying a tangible ad, I can make an eBay listing for it.

    Sent with the HoFo App

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    Quote Originally Posted by s99nj View Post
    Why didn't you just port your number to Google Voice and then forward all calls to your new number? You could have kept your number.
    Its not the same. No mms and Google voice text require a good data connection. I always give people my Google voice number as my land line.

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  12. #42
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    If I'm understanding right....

    The IMEI I just set to all zeroes. The device type is android I set the account up under my name and address for shipping purposes... then change it for you before I send.

    The proccess:
    1. Visit site

    2. Select BYOD

    3. When it asks for device type, input "android".

    4. The IMEI is set to 15 zeros

    5. I select plan of choosing ($55 for example)

    6. I input my address and new account information (under my name and details until I receive)

    7. After receipt of cash from you, and the SIM from AIO, I'll change the name and billing address to your details.

    8. I'll ship the SIM to you.

    I hope that makes sense. Please do PM me if you for sure want a SIM ordered and ill do it asap. I will need at least half the payment upfront. Thanks guys!

    PS - if family or friends want to help... the proccess is the same. I'm willing to do it for you for a bit of cash
    -Sent from my SGS4

  13. #43
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    Nothing. It just enabled MMS after factory restore

    -Sent from my SGS4

  14. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvsidekick6 View Post
    Nothing. It just enabled MMS after factory restore

    -Sent from my SGS4
    Is this an issue with AIO Wireless? I've been with Go Phone for 2 months now and my SGS4 APN has never changed. Factory Restore is extreme procedure just to get everything working

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    Would you mind throwing up a speed test? I'm in Central FL and ATT seems to be the way to go for good coverage so I'm considering Aio vs. GoPhone.

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