Straight Talk Wireless and Net10 Wireless Are Both Selling Nano SIMs Online


A week or so ago, I wrote about how Straight Talk Wireless is now including nano SIMs in their Straight Talk Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) Activation Kit. This was great news for iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5

Straight Talk Wireless, Slow Data, and the TFW 15.6, TFW 15.7, and TFW 16.0 Mystery


As some of you know far too well, a number of people using Straight Talk Wireless on their iPhones are suffering with extremely slow data speeds using Straight Talk’s AT&T-compatible network. The problem started in December 2013 when Straight Talk released

Checking Your Straight Talk Wireless Data Usage


A few weeks ago I learned you can get your estimated data usage from Straight Talk Wireless by texting “USAGE” to 611611. Mrs. Thompson received a text message on her iPhone from Straight Talk with this tip. So I gave

Network Speed Comparison: Straight Talk’s T-Mobile-Compatible Network vs Straight Talk’s AT&T-Compatible Network


In this video I compare the speeds of Straight Talk’s t-mobile-compatible network and Straight Talk’s at&t-compatible network by running Ookla’s SpeedTest App on my Google LG Nexus 5. The video is a little long, but you might be surprised by

Trying to Use a Sprint iPhone 5c with Sprint or Another Prepaid Wireless Service


A reader Holly asks.. I have a sprint iphone 5c that the previous owner stopped paying on and sold it to me. I want to have it work on a straight talk or boost prepaid service. Is it possible to