|reply to ArizonaSteve |
Re: Formerly Unlimited (really) 3G card
Sorry Steve , you are the misinformed party here .Dib22 knows exactly what he is talking about !! The device is locked to a carrier . Millenicom is a reseller plain and simple, Not a carrier . Running a device be it through Sprint's or Verizon's Millenicom offerings is exactly the same as running a device through the carriers network as if you had purchased directly through the carrier performance wise.
said by ArizonaSteve:
dib22, you don't know what you are talking about and shouldn't be making false statements. All the devices are DEFINITELY LOCKED just like cell phones are locked and there is no way to make the device recognize that it should be working on Millenicom unless it gets re-programmed.
Not only are they locked but they contain flash memory like a thumb drive that has drivers for the device on their specific network. If you haven't noticed, they load drivers and the connection manager to make them work when plugged in. That all needs to be replaced to make them work with a different ISP.