After renewing my monthly service my internet and mms stopped working with the apn settings i previously had. I sat arguing with ST reps for a couple hours and finally i was able to get new apn settings that have fixed the internet and mms issues. The apn setting are as shown below.
Straight Talk rolled out LTE prepaid service a while back and I'm happy to say it works great in the Nexus 5. If you have had Straight Talk for a long time and are using the old att.mvno APN then you will likely need to get a new SIM card to get LTE. There is a lot of talk about it on Howard Forums but basically you need the new SIM and these APN settings.
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?
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.
Agh, tis sweet not to have to worry about high carrier prices thanks to Straight Talk BYOP. However, it's been a headache getting the right APN setting on the phone that can assure expedient receiving or sending of MMS. Just wondering if there's anyone that knows the best setup for the HTC One.
So, I was browsing the web in IE (thus no ad blocker) and I came across something rare. An ad I found interesting! Wow! The ad claims I can get an "unlimited" iPhone on Straight Talk and it has a nice little "4G" icon in the corner. I have been considering selling my phone and switching to Straight Talk for awhile now (I currently have Virgin Mobile).