Was wondering because I have really poor service at home with straight talk tmobile card and was wondering if a T-Mobile Sim would give better coverage.
Is there a way to tell if I would get LTE on straight talk using either tmobile or at&t? Right now I am using the walmart family mobile plan on tmobile and I believe they limit that to whatever 3g is. I am fine with it but if I can get LTE for 5 bucks more a month why not.
I have a nexus 5 on the way so that would support LTE on either tmobile or at&t I believe.
I am using a Straight Talk (AT&T) sim with my Nexus 4. In my home, there are places where I get some sketchy cell service causing phone calls to go in and out. At work, some areas are in old brick buildings with no coverage at all. I'm wondering if an AT&T microcell is the way to go.
I am currently on net10 and noticed that during peak hours my data is almost non existant. I learned that att mvno dont have priority on the network so I think that might explain why despite having full bars my data speeds are horrible during peak hours of the day. I heard that Tmobile doesnt deprioritize mvno so I was thinking of trying Solavei.
So I'm planning on getting the N4 next month and was looking to get the ST ATT, but when I go to their website and enter my zipcode to buy the sim card I only see the tmobile. Everyone in my area has good ATT coverage. What is this supposed to mean? Should I go to walmart or does this somehow mean there is no ST ATT coverage in my area?
I am planning on buying the nexus 4 and I like the T-Mobile monthly 4g 30 dollar plan but I have heard the coverage is horrible compared to straight talks at&t network
Just wondering if the coverage is all that bad and some other advice on which plan to choose.
Hi guys. I am a big technology dunce, so I am sure that this is a stupid question. I recently switched to Straight Talk and bought the Tmobile SIM for my Mytouch 4G slide, but the phone is unlocked because I needed to use it overseas. I now want to buy a Note II on ebay.
I just purchased an AT&T GSM Galaxy S3 and I plan on getting a micro SIM card from straight talk to use it. Now my real question is I live in Craig, CO 81625 and on the straight talk website it says my area is unsupported for the micro SIM. Although I can put in an alternate zip and override it when I go to purchase it and get it anyways.
I got the S3 with tmobile prepaid I have the 2GB plan. But I don't know what to do. I go to straight talk with everything unlimited and I get to choose what carrier I get the SIM card from from att. I live in Hialeah Florida. It's straight talk with att sim better?