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Plan will work with iPhones on 3g speeds. No data throttling. They are using the att network. This is a no contract prepaid plan like simple mobile.

H2O® Wireless, a leading provider of no-contract wireless services, today announced its new $60 No-Contract Unlimited Everything Plan. For $60/month, users now get truly unlimited mobile web access, with absolutely no data throttling or hidden fees. In addition to unlimited data, the new plan includes: unlimited talk, text, and picture messaging; popular features like call waiting, IM, caller ID, and more; plus free international calling capabilities. Like all H2O® Wireless prepaid plans, the new $60 month plan requires no contract and offers the best coverage and clarity on the nation's best GSM network.
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Last Edited by alpinestars January 15, 2012 at 01:22 PM
DATA IS NOW LIMITED TO 1GB
Instead, you may want to try Red Pocket, Jolt Mobile, or Straight Talk.


Buy a SIM card from ebay for a dollar, yes one dollar ($1.00). Also look for one that is "Direct Dial" card (See Picture). They can make international calls without dialing extra numbers first.

What direct dial means is simple, with H20 you get free international minutes each month and if you get one of the old cards WITHOUT direct dial you have to call an 877 number before dialing out of the country but WITH a direct dial card you just dial the overseas number and no 877 number first.


**This will work with LOCKED Iphones or any AT&T phone. No need to unlock
I am currently running a H20 sim in my iphone -superkoot

Thanks to howardforums for this


HOW TO: Data on H20 Wireless with iPhone Ok we can do this 2 different ways...

OPTION 1 You can do the simple way (and trust me) this is the mobile profile for H20... Download and install the link (or email it to yourself) This APN profile will simply add the APN and Proxy to your phone http://drop.io/xfjefj8
mirror: https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0...ey=CLbM5kA

OPTION 2 Harder Way... Download/Install iPhone Configuration Utility 2.2 Click On "Configuration Profiles" Click On "Advanced" Put in the "Access Point APN"

att.mvno

Put in the "Proxy Server and Port"

proxy.mvno.H2OMobileweb.com

and in the next box to the right

80

Then export the profile, unsigned is fine.

Then email to self.

Enjoy!

Still working on MMS....


ATTNNo true 3g speed on iphone with h20, barely 1Mbps, if you want true 3g speed on iphone for $45 a month unlimited everything, use Straight Talk, you need the sim to be activated with 1 of a few straight talk phones.

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So an unlocked T-mobile Android would not be able to pull 3g off of this? Only AT&T phones because of frequency?

Thanks in advance.
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So an unlocked T-mobile Android would not be able to pull 3g off of this? Only AT&T phones because of frequency?

Thanks in advance.
Yes only att phones would get 3g speeds
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will this work on an iphone 4? do you need to jailbreak
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So an unlocked T-mobile Android would not be able to pull 3g off of this? Only AT&T phones because of frequency?

Thanks in advance.
Unlocked T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant would work.
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will this work on an iphone 4? do you need to jailbreak
It will work on an iPhone 4 but you will have to cut the sim card. No jailbreak required I think.
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It will work on an iPhone 4 but you will have to cut the sim card. No jailbreak required I think.
With Iphone 3 or 3GS would you have to cut the sim?
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With Iphone 3 or 3GS would you have to cut the sim?
3g/3gs uses full size sim card
4 uses micro sim card.
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3g/3gs uses full size sim card
4 uses micro sim card.
Thanks, reps for many.
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will this work in alaska?99504
if so, im dropping att and getting this, i have an iphone 3gs. so.. how do i do this? i read you cut the sim card, what does that mean? doesnt use sim card? any info.
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Can someone expand this URL?
http://drop.io/xfjefj8
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H2WHAT? Probably worse than Boost Mobile.
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So an unlocked T-mobile Android would not be able to pull 3g off of this? Only AT&T phones because of frequency?

Thanks in advance.
Check the phone, if under the specs it lists WCDMA / UTMS 850MHZ, then it should work. However, most tmobile phones do not work on AT&T's 3G.

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H2WHAT? Probably worse than Boost Mobile.
Nope, they are a good reseller and work off AT&T's 3G.
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I wonder if you can tether from your iphone with this plan?
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