This guide is for iOS 6. I have a new guide for iOS 7. See How to Setup Straight Talk Wireless Data and MMS for your iPhone running iOS 7. Both guides should work for iOS 7, but try the new one, I have tried to improve the process and
According to Richard Lawler over at Engadget AT&T is adding iPhone, 4G LTE / HSPA+ support to GoPhone starting May 24th. This might mean that I can finally use my iPhone 5 to get blazing LTE speeds and well as the cost savings of prepaid service. Since I started
I have had a fair amount of comments on my How to use your iPhone 5 with Net10 Wireless and How to Setup Web, Data, and MMS for your iPhone running iOS 6 guides. Some people are reporting that they still haven’t been able to get everything working. Since I dont’t
I added a new guide for Net10 wireless users. How to Setup Web, Data, and MMS for your iPhone running iOS 6
I started this web site, after found out about just how much it costs to own a smartphone like Apple’s iPhone. I learned first hand about how to reduce my bill by switching to prepaid service. If you have any questions or comments about Staright Talk, Net10, or TMobile please feel free
I wrote in my last post about setting up an iPhone 5 using StraightTalk. We went to the Apple Store bought the unlocked iPhone 5 then headed over to Walmart and bought the StraightTalk Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) kit. That kit comes with three SIMS, 2 AT&T compatible, and
I recently setup my niece with the iPhone 5 and StraightTalk Wireless. I bought the StraightTalk Bring Your Own Phone Kit at Walmart for $65. The kit included a $45 Unlimited Talk, Text, and Data Nationwide Anytime card for 30 service days and three SIM cards: one full size T-Mobile SIM, one
I found the Net10 Wireless Facebook page and quite a few customers are voicing their opinions about the data cap for AT&T compatible SIM cards.