12-23-2013 12:05 AM
I've had AT&T data-only service on our iPads for a while and the LTE coverage is top notch, even deep inside some buildings; I can't speak for their voice service, since all we use it them is for data and instead used Sprint for a while.
Now that we're out of contract, we bought two unlocked AT&T phones and were looking to either go with AT&T's new value shared plans or with an MVNO like AiO, Straight Talk, etc.
So to my question: if I experience good data service from AT&T now, can I expect same/similar from one of their MVNOs, obviously at the same locations? Not worry about any roaming issues.
12-23-2013 5:06 AM
I'm not sure about Straight Talks offerings and limitations when it comes to LTE service. AIO wireless allows LTE service access, but it is capped at 8Mbps.
12-26-2013 1:39 AM
12-27-2013 9:41 AM
AIO Wireless is a seperate company that falls under the AT&T Family and shares all of AT&T's cell towers.
Other outside MVNO's such as Straight Talk or Net 10 will have similar coverage, but speeds and coverage in certian areas may be different as their roaming agreements are different. You should check wtih the individual MVNO to see what their coverage shows for a particular area.
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