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  1. strick922's Avatar
    To whom it may consern
    09-09-2012 06:17 PM
  2. tfranzman's Avatar
    I just went round and round with the Straight Talk help desk people with this same problem. Then I came here. Removing the proxy (not the port #) worked like a charm. Thanks everyone involved with providing the solutions.
    10-28-2012 11:29 AM
  3. fruktas's Avatar
    Hello guys i would like to ask which is really better ST Tmobile or ST AT&T how to find out coz i have a tmobile phone but i can unlock it and root it which ever i want, but so far i had tmobile and service is not that great. Web speeds arent great either. will ATT will be better or Tmobile?
    11-25-2012 11:01 PM
  4. flroots's Avatar
    Hello guys i would like to ask which is really better ST Tmobile or ST AT&T how to find out coz i have a tmobile phone but i can unlock it and root it which ever i want, but so far i had tmobile and service is not that great. Web speeds arent great either. will ATT will be better or Tmobile?
    My understanding is that T-mobile phones will work fine on the AT&T network for both voice and SMS (text), but not for data unless the phone happens to be pentaband like the Galaxy Nexus (gsm) phone. Basically, if you switched without a pentaband phone you would get 2g not 3g data speeds. This is one of the maiin reasons I purchased my Galaxy Nexus (gsm) directly from Google. The extra frequency band provides for high speed data on either AT&T or T-mobile networks

    Currently I'm with ST AT&T, but have considered switching to T-mobile just to evaluate them. I have read that AT&T offers better nationwide coverage while T-mobile offers highers speeds where available.
    Pete
    11-26-2012 05:29 AM
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    02-24-2013 12:33 PM
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