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Old November 5th, 2012, 01:19 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ExtremeNerd View Post
Get the Nexus 4 in a week. You can then try straight talk on AT&T ($45) and T-Mobile Prepaid ($30) with the same phone. When you figure out which works best for you, stick with it. Nothing is better than personal experience.
Sorry, I'm not familiar with this. So are you saying to get a Nexus 4 from somewhere like Amazon, then get the SIM card and try each out? I'm assuming you mean I can get the SIM cards through straight talk for either AT&T or T-Mobile. Is this correct?

Also, after doing some further searching, I've run into some people stating that if you're on StraightTalk, you are a lower priority on cell towers which can lead to bad d/l speeds, etc. Is this true or just myth?

Lastly, is straight talk the best place to get a SIM card from for a phone... or are there other, potentially better, places to get the sim card from?
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