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Straight Talk BYO phone $45 month all unlimited for $15 admission fee (sim purchase)

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6th February 2012, 05:59 AM   |  #1  
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Straight Talk a MVNO using AT&T network. Data is limited to 2Gb (soft cap i think) and everything else unlimited.
Use any compatible UMTS phone even the AT&T iphone 4 or 4s. Back then you had to buy the e71 phone now they have sims/micro sim for $15
Everything works just configure the proper apn information.
http://www.straighttalksim.com/shop.php

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I already posted this 3 days ago haha

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When can u purchase this

In a few days lol
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I wonder how fast their data downstream is... I'm assuming not as fast as AT&T obviously since its proxied and I'm assuming can't tap into their HSPA+ network.. can anyone confirm? Couldn't really find much on their website.
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I wonder how fast their data downstream is... I'm assuming not as fast as AT&T obviously since its proxied and I'm assuming can't tap into their HSPA+ network.. can anyone confirm? Couldn't really find much on their website.

when I had the atrix 4g I was getting the same speed as my friends
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Damn.. I bought the e71 but everything is great except lte

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I wonder how fast their data downstream is... I'm assuming not as fast as AT&T obviously since its proxied and I'm assuming can't tap into their HSPA+ network.. can anyone confirm? Couldn't really find much on their website.

Got a friend in OC, Cali using straight talk on a 4s and he gets 7-8 mbps down all day long.
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Got a friend in OC, Cali using straight talk on a 4s and he gets 7-8 mbps down all day long.

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Straight Talk a MVNO using AT&T network. Data is limited to 2Gb (soft cap i think) and everything else unlimited.
Use any compatible UMTS phone even the AT&T iphone 4 or 4s. Back then you had to buy the e71 phone now they have sims/micro sim for $15
Everything works just configure the proper apn information.
http://www.straighttalksim.com/shop.php

My son loves Pocoyo.

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