| Review by thatissick |
member for 2.7 years, 533 visits, last login: 183 days ago
updated 185 days ago
- $93 per month
- (12 month contract)
- about 6 days
- "4G footprint getting bigger"
- "It's good, for the money."
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Value for money:
Have the GNex. Stock android phone. Their 4G service is still fast. So far so good.
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·Time Warner Cable
Just got the Droid Charge I just got the Droid Charge and in my area there are some LTE issues too. Around my house I have no LTE but less than a quarter of a mile in either direction I have LTE coverage. I have a ticket open with Verizon.
Google Voice provides free Visual Voicemail. All you have to is download an app for your phone and change your voicemail provider via a special code you dial.
4G/3G issues are minor. I really like my Thunderbolt. But being the first LTE phone has brought some challenges. I understand why Apple has not implemented 4G as it requires user participation, switching between the two, in order to make it work well. The bugs will get worked out though. Great speeds around 13 mbps down and above 3, up to 5mbps upload pleases me. The upload is much faster that my wired cable modem, AOL Time Warner is that provider.
I have an unlimited data contract with the hotspot feature. My workplace filters heavily so I look forward to having access to the Internet for personal use during breaks and to stream music and talk shows of my choice as I work. I never thought I would pay for media consumption this way, but then I never thought I would buy pure water either.
LTE mifi device can't access some pages? We just picked up an LTE mifi device from Verizon and are testing it out. Super fast - but strange things are going on. It's odd that some pages simply won't load on computers connected through the device. Many are working, but here are a few that simply refuse to load:
These load fine on other computers next to me that are connected to our DSL connection.
Any ideas what is going on here?