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    magicJack Wireless - New MVNO???


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    Which of the three majors advertises as "the largest" 5G outfit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whacker View Post
    Which of the three majors advertises as "the largest" 5G outfit?
    T-Mobile, according to:

    https://www.androidcentral.com/heres...rage-right-now
    "T-Mobile has the largest 5G network by a considerable margin. T-Mobile started building a 28GHz or 29GHz high-band mmWave network in the middle of 2019 before following it up with 5G on its 600MHz spectrum."

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    If you are looking to start an MVNO, T-Mobile seems to be the best option overall.

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    @Boz1: Interesting. I haven't heard diddly about T-Mobile even having mmWave service. Usually VZW with that.

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    Looking at the APN settings on MagicJacks website, definitely T-Mobile.
    My Tello referral code is P3BSR5HV, and gets both of us 10 Tello Dollars to pay for a plan.
    https://tello.com/account/register?_referral=P3BSR5HV

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    The rates are so-so. Middle of the road.
    I will be Judged on how I helped the poor, sick & others in need; strangers & loved ones alike.

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    They're probably counting on getting customers based on brand recognition.

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    I hate it when I see a carrier say "Unlimited Data as low as $25/mo" like these guys are doing on their web site. I get all excited and check out their plans - only to find it's like 25GB data for $45/month.

    Aren't such tactics supposed to be against the law or something? And yet, almost every carrier seems to be doing this!
    You can activate new service on Tracfone and get $80 by using my referral code (you get 8,000 rewards points - that's $80 in service or a brand new phone!)
    You can sign up for Red Pocket and get $25 off your monthly-plan order using my referral code. Feel free to PM me for the codes. Thank you!

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    Many do it. I left Spectrum mobile for that reason. I knew unlimited ment 20gb when I went with them. First time I hit the limit and speeds went in the toilet I moved on. I have a 20gb annual plan with Red Pocket. They don't market it as unlimited. It's 20gb and when you hit your limit you find deprioritization unbarable but no expectations were set otherwise.

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