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  Reply # 283860 18-Dec-2009 18:42
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cafeg: Nealr,
Can we add the 500 megabyte plan that is on the T Sticks to a normal prepay Sim ?
As this plan is charged @ 10cents a megabyte up to the first 300 meg..
So if you only use 100 meg you only pay $10..

Be great if we could get it on a prepay Sim as well..


You can :)

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  Reply # 283962 19-Dec-2009 09:52
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zan5hin: You might want to check out this thread about tethering your iPhone on XT with iPhoneOS 3.1.2.

iPhone 3gs OS3.1 tethering on XT Network

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 283973 19-Dec-2009 10:49
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c71931f:
DjShadow:
NealR: There's a good reason I may "know more than the CSRs"...so please do not be disappointed :)

I will pass on your recommendations to the product team for larger data caps at lower prices.

Neal

@manhinli, yes you can add the 500M plan to a prepaid connection.


+1 for higher caps :)


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*333 is your friend for the 500MB plan.


You can have another 500MB for another $29.95 during the same month.


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  Reply # 283998 19-Dec-2009 13:17
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I tried tethering with myfi but it did not work however I am successfully tethering with PDAnet.

In fact it is so successful, I already went up to 1gb on my SIM and because after that they will charge at $50 for 500MB, I instead went and got a second SIM because it works out to be cheaper for the third 500mb. ($30 sim with $20 credit + 29.95) = $40 for the third 500mb.

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  Reply # 284205 20-Dec-2009 16:00
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As NZBNW said *333 for the 500mb plan on XT prepaid.

*333, option 3, Option 2 then choose the plan you want





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  Reply # 284207 20-Dec-2009 16:07
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Will there ever be a self-service options (text/IVR/online) to be able to change all the addon options yourself?

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Reply # 284260 20-Dec-2009 22:02
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DjShadow: Will there ever be a self-service options (text/IVR/online) to be able to change all the addon options yourself?



You can change your TXT and Data extras via the IVR.


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  Reply # 284278 21-Dec-2009 03:13
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I am really disappointed that the larger data caps have been removed from pre pay.

When XT launched I got my 3GB cap on a prepay connection for $84.95/month with another 1GB for $15 after that. This is what I am still using but I know numerous people who need a couple of GB/month but won't commit to a 2 year on-account plan.

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