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Question [Q] Aio Wireless?

I've been on AT&T since I got my Note, but my contract is expiring and I'm in no hurry to get a new phone. I get particularly good service on AT&T (odd, apparently) so I'm looking into Aio. They said I could use my Note, so I was wondering:

Have any of you switched to Aio, and if so, what limitations does doing so put on flashing roms, etc.?

Is it just a different radio that I have to flash or something?

Sorry if this is a bit of a noob question, and thanks for the info!
 
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I've been on AT&T since I got my Note, but my contract is expiring and I'm in no hurry to get a new phone. I get particularly good service on AT&T (odd, apparently) so I'm looking into Aio. They said I could use my Note, so I was wondering:

Have any of you switched to Aio, and if so, what limitations does doing so put on flashing roms, etc.?

Is it just a different radio that I have to flash or something?

Sorry if this is a bit of a noob question, and thanks for the info!
Aio wireless is owned by att, it acts like a mvno ao I believe nothing changes. It don't even need to be unlocled since its staying om the same network. You may have to edit APNs but I think that's it.
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Aio wireless is owned by att, it acts like a mvno ao I believe nothing changes. It don't even need to be unlocled since its staying om the same network. You may have to edit APNs but I think that's it.
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