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.
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).
I have a question.
I have the Galaxy S2 SGH-S959G that is Straight Talk / Tracfone Branded that was released by Straight talk, but honestly i hate it because it is still using gingerbread and have no plans on updating it for that phone and I want to get a Unlocked S4 and port it over to straight talk.
Now my question is, can i use the sim card from the S2 in the S4?
I'll currently on Straight Talk with one of their POS smartphones. I was made an offer today on a gently used Motorola Razr M for DIRT cheap. Wasn't sure what I was going to do with it, but figured if anything I can resell it for a hell of a profit. However I love this phone. So I checked to see if I could activate it under Straight Talk, but couldn't because its 4G.
I have setup my nexus 4 with the general straight talk APN settings. I was wondering if there I'd a way to set it up to get faster data speeds, also my network is named home not t mobile or straight talk