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Zenzr last won the day on March 16

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  1. That's where I live!
  2. Honestly, Wifi calling/texting would help a LOT more than VOTLE lol. At least if it works you can talk and surf though.
  3. I don't agree. At least not around here. I have no problem reaching max speeds and reliability. Maybe it's different in a bigger city though.
  4. It works in any area. You just have to activate in a tmo area I thought? Once it's activated it's golden. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  5. I mean how long were iPhone users able to tether for free? While Android was not? Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  6. Sorry had to brag a little lol. That's not usually normal. More like mid 20's to 30's. I don't know what that means, to be honest. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  7. Verizon is pretty good here. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  8. Looks like Fi has decent coverage in the area if you wanted to go the Google route. Otherwise, I'd assume Verizon has coverage there too. I've never personally been in the area but I'd assume ATT/TMO might have good coverage too.
  9. You should be able to connect to Wifi mid-call in the future so you can use the web too.
  10. I too agree non-contract is the way to go. That way you're not stuck in a contract in case things go south.
  11. Interested to see how much it throttles. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  12. Even if one of the lines hits 22GB, it would only be that specific line that gets hit with whatever the "penalty" is too.
  13. It's 22GB a line, not total. Just Like Verizon's plan. Except once you hit that 22 Verizon might depreciate you, instead of straight up throttle. But I'll be interested to see what USCC does if it is a straight up throttle or maybe a depreciation.
  14. I think that's what he's trying to do, but even though his intentions might be pure, it's been so long since the phone was recalled I doubt anything is going to happen. Yet again, one of the downsides of buying both a used phone, but a used phone that was not meant to be used internationally.
  15. I mean, I wish you all the best, but I don't know that there's much I can think of for you to try. You bought a local regional US phone and are using it internationally. I really doubt that Samsung, or even US Cellular, are going to honor any "warranty" on said phone because you bought a regional US phone, not international. I really doubt anything is going to come from it. I obviously feel bad for you because it sucks to lose money, but since a regional phone was taken internationally I doubt you're going to get much luck past asking Samsung/US Cellular nicely and hoping you get a rep on a good day.