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Old April 4th, 2013, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default International Note 2 on prepaid AT&T tablet plan?

Anyone try this? I've read reports of it working on other international phones.

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I couldn't figure out a way to do this so I got the T-Mobile version and used their $30 a month plan, which has 5GB of 4G data and throttled after that.
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I picked up an unlocked original AT&T Note a while ago and have been using it on the same plan. Speeds seem pretty good in refarmed Chicago and I even caught LTE twice yesterday. I prefer the proportions of this model (and the four keys), but the battery life could be a bit better, it's very slightly buggy, and the original spen sucks.

I figure an international 2 could work on TMobile in my area, AT&T, and possibly AT&T tablet plans while the AT&T and TMobile 2's will only work on phone plans. I might just wait til the 3 is introduced and pick up a used AT&T 2. They're going for less than the TMobile ones and are already in the mid four hundreds. I also really want that Mega 6.3 as a small tablet. Decisions, decisions.
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