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hotdeal13 942 156 February 29, 2016 at 10:11 AM More Straight Talk Deals
Can someone share their experience on Straight Talk for ATT and T-mobile, speed? voice quality? i know it depends on the area.

Personally i have straight talk att compatible sim and i was happy with the service but last week something happened and in my office i cannot receive or make calls, when i dial the number nothing happens but i have full 5 bars of service, the strange thing that mobile internet works (other people in my office with straight talk have the same problem so its not my phone).

I am thinking to switch to T-mobile compatible sim because Straight talk is clueless whats the problem and can't do anything

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Can someone share their experience on Straight Talk for ATT and T-mobile, speed? voice quality? i know it depends on the area.

Personally i have straight talk att compatible sim and i was happy with the service but last week something happened and in my office i cannot receive or make calls, when i dial the number nothing happens but i have full 5 bars of service, the strange thing that mobile internet works (other people in my office with straight talk have the same problem so its not my phone).

I am thinking to switch to T-mobile compatible sim because Straight talk is clueless whats the problem and can't do anything
BYOP or a StraightTalk branded phone?

Maybe somebody in the building is running a micro cell that's only letting post paid at&t customers make calls. idk.

AT&T's coverage is usually better than T-Mobile's, you might try a new AT&T sim before you try t-mobile. If you've got mobile data or wifi, you could always make calls using google voice.
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BYOP or a StraightTalk branded phone?

Maybe somebody in the building is running a micro cell that's only letting post paid at&t customers make calls. idk.

AT&T's coverage is usually better than T-Mobile's, you might try a new AT&T sim before you try t-mobile. If you've got mobile data or wifi, you could always make calls using google voice.

BYOP,

i have a few people on straight talk with the same problem in my office, but one person on ATT doesn't have that problem, very strange.
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I have no complaints on T-Mobile, but I live in the Northeast, where they actually have coverage.

It's not much of an investment to pick up a cheap T-Mobile prepaid sim and try it out for a week before you decide to port your number.
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