San Diego, CA
|reply to dvd536 |
It's not a bad idea to get a t-mobile usb data stick. It will come with both t-mobile and at&t 3g bands built in. Once they open up the at&t 3g network open to old t-mobile customers, you won't need to buy a new usb stick. It will already seamlessly work on at&t's 850mhz and 1900mhz 3g/4g networks while still able to use t-mobile's aws 3g/4g network. The only difference being you having a 5gb no-overage plan vs. the new at&t data plans, and you know there will be overage! You will be in a better position than new At&t customers!
edit: Some current and old t-mobile devices already support At&t's 3g/4g network. I know the dell mini (both 3g and 4g), samsung vibrant, dell streak 7, and at least one webconnect data stick have the capability. Might be more.
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