• Favorite forums
  • My latest badges
My latest badges
Subject Forum Replies New Author Views Last Post
This is a topic with new unread messages

0 0 0 0
Blog Idea Exchange There are no unread messages in this message board Q&A This is a topic with new unread messages This is a popular topic with no new messages This is a topic that you have replied to with new unread messages This is a popular topic that you have replied to with new unread messages This is a popular topic that you have replied to with new unread messages There are no new messages in this topic Solved! Message contains an attachment Message contains no text Message contains a video Message contains an image
View profile
Created: Oct 30, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 30, 2015
Something sounds off here. When you put in the SIM card, was it a SIM card from a different carrier?
Wireless Forum  •
732732 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 29, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 29, 2015
Make sure that you have the proper SIM card and the proper APN settings for 4G use on AT&T. That information can be found at this link: https://www.att.com/esupport/article.jsp?sid=KB424489&cv=820
Wireless Forum  •
8989 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 28, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 28, 2015
I know someone with an iPhone 6S on Verizon Wireless and he noticed the decreased reception compared to his previous 5S. I don't think that this is a carrier problem, but maybe a problem with the phone's antenna.
Wireless Forum  •
575575 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 28, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 28, 2015
asutown wrote: If you do this and buy a phone from somewhere else, how do you put your old phone number and other stuff onto it? Just transfer the SD Card? You would switch your SIM card out of your current device and put it in the new device. If the devices use SIM cards of different sizes, you can get the size that you need from a corporate AT&T store.
Wireless Forum  •
8383 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 28, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 28, 2015
Ithinkiwillsue wrote: If your phone drops and breaks and you are cutting your hands and face to use...so you buy a new one and use your phone number....then you go get your phone fixed and now you don't need it because YOU BOUGHT A NEW ONE on your same current plan... how does ATT think it is their right to keep the phone locked because THEY own i t? Because US law allows...
Wireless Forum  •
800800 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 26, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 26, 2015
Busternutt wrote: You can go online to your account and click "change plan". The default start date is the day you make the change. That will pro rate your plan and may not give you enough data for the remainder of the month*. Click on "change the date" and set it back to the start of your cycle to get the full amount for the month. Yes, the next month you can change it b...
Wireless Forum  •
7676 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 26, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 26, 2015
Did you ask your friend about the details of the deal? She would know better than any of us.
Wireless Forum  •
286286 views
5
View profile
Created: Oct 25, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 25, 2015
rtm314 wrote: I didn't know this. I finished my 2 year contract in early September, and am now trying to decide which phone to buy. If I call ATT and ask them to unlock my old galaxy s4 they do that free of charge? Yes, they will unlock your Galaxy S4 if your contract is completed.
Wireless Forum  •
138138 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 25, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 25, 2015
Yes, in the past. AT&T stopped offering unlimited data for smartphones in 2010.
Wireless Forum  •
6666 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 25, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 25, 2015
The process to replace a broken phone on other carriers will be the same as it is on AT&T. I know that one carrier used to give out loaner phones, but I don't think that the program is still in place. The loaner phones were old phones that the people that got them weren't satisfied with, anyway. Once phones are outside of the return period, your options are to use the man...
Wireless Forum  •
409409 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 25, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 25, 2015
I'm in a similar situation to yours and I plan to stick with what I have (grandfathered Family Talk Nation) until it is no longer possible.
Wireless Forum  •
506506 views
0
View profile
Created: Oct 23, 2015
21stNow Created: Oct. 23, 2015
If you bought this from Ebay or another site that allows you to report the seller for false information, please do so. Other than that, you may have lost your money with this one.
Wireless Forum  •
322322 views
5
Subject Forum Replies New Author Views Last Post
This is a topic with new unread messages

0 0 0 0
Blog Idea Exchange There are no unread messages in this message board Q&A This is a topic with new unread messages This is a popular topic with no new messages This is a topic that you have replied to with new unread messages This is a popular topic that you have replied to with new unread messages This is a popular topic that you have replied to with new unread messages There are no new messages in this topic Solved! Message contains an attachment Message contains no text Message contains a video Message contains an image
View profile
Created: Aug 7, 2015
21stNow Created: Aug. 7, 2015
I copied the following text from AT&T's website : The maximum data that can roll over to the next month is the amount included in your plan. Unused overage data that has been added because you have exceeded your available data (including Rollover Data) will not roll over. (Emphasis mine)
Wireless Forum  •
280280 views
5
View profile
Created: Jul 31, 2015
21stNow Created: Jul. 31, 2015
HickoryC wrote: Thanks for all the helpful responses. Y'all have painted a picture...no, displayed a model of the choices, as well as making one aware of the potential mistakes a person would likely make without your valuable input. Next step: confirm existing phones are compatible with AT&T Network. If they are all Moto G GSM phones, they will be compatible with AT&T's 2...
Wireless Forum  •
764764 views
0
View profile
Created: Jul 23, 2015
21stNow Created: Jul. 23, 2015
You're not being ripped off. Due to the timing of when your bill was due in the past (close to the beginning of the month), your new timing moves your due date to the end of the month, which will make you have 13 payments in the 2015 calendar year. You are also paying for 13 billing periods, so there is no rip-off here. Since billing periods can overlap calendar years, th...
Wireless Forum  •
4,8244824 views
5
View profile
Created: Jan 28, 2015
21stNow Created: Jan. 28, 2015
The "E" means that you are connected to the EDGE network, or 2G. It generally happens when you are out of range of the 4G network.
Wireless Forum  •
11,42111K views
0
View profile
Created: May 13, 2014
21stNow Created: May. 13, 2014
You can remove the battery to power off your phone to see if that clears up the issue for you. If the issue persists, you can do a hardware factory data reset on your phone. This will delete everything stored on your phone's internal storage and reset your phone to the factory state. The recent update will still be there, however. I could only find written instructions fr...
Wireless Forum  •
3,3433343 views
0
View profile
Created: May 5, 2014
21stNow Created: May. 5, 2014
I upgraded in 2012 from an iPhone 4 to a Samsung Galaxy Note and still have the unlimited data plan. I agree with kdfederer (sp?) in the suggestion that you go to a corporate-owned retail (COR) store and review your plan carefully before you leave.
Wireless Forum  •
2,8822882 views
0
View profile
Created: Mar 26, 2014
21stNow Created: Mar. 26, 2014
Dan28 wrote: So you have to pay the whole 20 months before you upgrade. You can't just pay the 12 months because that's what it says on the plan... Upgrade every 12 months There are two separate issues here: one is the amount of time and the other is the amount of money. From your first post, I thought that you wanted to know if you could upgrade before 12 months had pass...
Wireless Forum  •
1,3281328 views
0
View profile
Created: Feb 28, 2014
21stNow Created: Feb. 28, 2014
Yes, you can.
Wireless Forum  •
25,89325K views
0
View profile
Created: Feb 28, 2014
21stNow Created: Feb. 28, 2014
You can see when you are eligible for an upgrade with a two-year contract by logging in to myAT&T. In most cases (as of tomorrow), your contract expires one day before you are eligible to upgrade.
Wireless Forum  •
5,7395739 views
0
View profile
Created: Jan 12, 2014
21stNow Created: Jan. 12, 2014
You gave a lot of information, but there's still some information missing. What will happen to the LG G2 phones (not that I think that it matters, but it could affect something in this scenario)? Do you plan to do this in-store, over the phone or online (this will affect the answer to the SIM card question)? As far as I know, there are no terms and conditions that apply s...
Wireless Forum  •
5,1955195 views
0
View profile
Created: Dec 21, 2013
21stNow Created: Dec. 21, 2013
You can go to a store to get a micro-SIM card and ask for your account information to be transferred to the new micro-SIM card. Your smartphone data plan will have to be updated to a "Data Unlimited for 4G LTE Smartphones" plan, but that is just for techincal purposes since you are switching mobile OS. The features and price will remain the same.
Wireless Forum  •
22,50122K views
0
View profile
Created: Dec 4, 2013
21stNow Created: Dec. 4, 2013
Did you go to Settings>My device>Lock Screen, then enter your pattern lock. Once you do this, you should be able to change your lock screen security to something else or none.
Wireless Forum  •
11,02811K views
0
21stNow has no activity.
Activity Feed for 21stNow

Uploaded Images for 21stNow