What is the cheapest way to get three people on a plan in the united states that has unlimited, or many texts? I don't need data for any of the phones, and basically any number of minutes above 150 will do. I know 150 is EXTREMELY low, but I just want to allow any suggestions.
As stated in the title, the LTE on CDMA seems to be working. I have boost and have been hit hard with the new (lower) throttling speeds. I frequently and relentlessly use data, whether it's Pandora, YouTube, whatever...
I want to completely shut off data connection to cell towers at will and use only wifi. Cellular data off still displays 4G and indicates data transfer via the arrows... and according to my VW account, my data still gets used. So I also tried cdma only and that started using 3G. The only successful course i have found is AP mode which is annoying because i can't do calls/sms as well.
What is the equivalent of Android's content provider in iOS?
A content provider manages access to a central repository of data. A provider is part of an Android application, which often provides its own UI for working with the data. However, content providers are primarily intended to be used by other applications, which access the provider using a provider client object.
EMC (NYSE: EMC) is enhancing and expanding its Velocity Service Provider Program. The changes, effectively Jan. 1, 2013, could help (A) VARs to transform into cloud services providers and/or (B) VARs to find partners that offer EMC-certified cloud storage services. So, how many VARs will embrace the initiative?
Please excuse me if this is a dumb question. I am moving over from Sprint to Verizon and travel to India a lot. I know and believe I will have no problem roaming over in India on CDMA, as I do so often on Sprint and Verizon's website shows CDMA coverage as well. What I would like to know and double check myself on is being able to switch SIM cards.