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    Default BYO AIO Wireless

    Did you bring your own smartphone to AIO Wirless?

    If so, what did you bring and how is it working for you?

    Please name the specific model number for the phone if you can.

    I'm thinking of trying AIO out for a month and am looking at options. I'd rather buy a flagship phone such as the Note 3 or LG G2 and bring it over, so I'm curious if people have brought those types of phones and what model you did.

    Thanks and forgive me if this has been posted elsewhere.
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    My understanding was that any AT&T phone or unlocked GSM phone with AT&T frequency radios would work. I have not personally tried out AIO, but I have tried out a similar service (Straight Talk which is an AT&T MVNO) using two devices, an unlocked GSM phone (Nexus 4) and an AT&T locked phone (iPhone 3GS). In both cases, it required purchasing a SIM and porting a phone number before activating the SIM.
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    i have the att note 2 and a att note 1. the note 1 is my dads on the lowest one like 35 with the autopay. i have the old 7gb plan max download speed will be 8/9 mb.. streams all i want just fine.
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    No AIO wireless for me right now. Wife put her foot down and says we stay with Verizon.
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    My Nexus 4 runs great on AIO. Been very pleased.

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    I am thinking of bringing my unlocked AT&T GNote2 (i317) to AIO. I wonder how their LTE Speeds are?
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    Data speeds are good. In Chicago I got 19mbs lte speeds. It just depends where you are. I have a note 3 and it's a boss on aio. No problems with picture messaging either like I used to have on straight talk. I actually use the att apn that is already on my phone. I didn't have to change it to the aio one lol

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    Default Re: BYO AIO Wireless

    Att galaxy note 2 here. Rooted, currently running cyanogen mod 12.1 nightly and running great.

    Sent from my GT-N7105 using Xparent Cyan Tapatalk 2

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