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Straight Talk APN Settings

31st March 2012, 04:53 PM |#1  
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Is anybody using this phone with Straight Talk? I'm curious if you can get LTE with ST or if it would be limited to HSPA+ ??? I'm assuming you need a special APN for the LTE. Any info would be appreciated, thanks!
 
 
1st April 2012, 03:17 PM |#2  
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im posting from my phone, so i don't knoe what carrier u are using. In any case, the default rom apn settings shoulf work for LTE for both rogers and at&t, but just to confirm use this post

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1566820
10th April 2012, 08:26 AM |#3  
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Question Lte settings please
I've got a rooted skyrocket and have been given the runaround too many times by AT&T reps. The most recent time was last morning, when I asked for an old iPhone to be unlocked (as per their own statement)
I've decided to get the SAME coverage at half the price ($45).

All I'd like (not really need though), is the APN settings for the LTE network, if they have that, cause I live in an AT&T LTE city

Thanks in advance
10th April 2012, 08:41 AM |#4  
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No lte on straight talk.only 3g.

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11th April 2012, 01:00 AM |#5  
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Any idea what speeds I should expect (I'm in dc if that matters)

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13th April 2012, 04:38 AM |#6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by wirelessFREAK

Any idea what speeds I should expect (I'm in dc if that matters)

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I get 4g connection with2-5 mbps download in atlanta, no lte though.

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17th April 2012, 07:17 AM |#7  
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I can get 4G, but not LTE. The settings are :

Name
straight talk

APN
att(dot)mvno

Proxy
proxy(dot)mvno(dot)tracfone(dot)com

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80

MMSC
mmsc(dot)cingular(dot)com

MMS Proxy
66.209.11.33

MMS Port
80

Just skip anything not listed.
24th April 2012, 05:42 AM |#8  
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LTE seems to cause less of a load on their network. I assume so because ATT has a higher limit on LTE, and cause verizon has been giving, grandfathered in, unlimited users, a free LTE phone. Well, those with very high data usage.

This makes me assume that they would want the same for the usage of MVNOs. That would cause them to have a ST LTE option.

These may have been a series of compounded assumptions (which is never a good idea), but i wish someone would look into it

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I have heard that doing the right mix between Straight Talk and AT&T LTE settings it has worked in areas of course where there is LTE but i am not sure if it was using a AT&T sim and registering it to Straight Talk or if it was just use a reg Straight Talk sim. Any ways i have seen people doing it but no one sharing info so i will try and test things as you should and if anyone gets it working pls share as that the purpose of this comunity
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