Any SOLAVEI Customers?

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  1. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Couldnt find this carrier on the Forum Carrier List. Looks like Solavei and AT&T got something going, althought a video on Solavei's site mention some relation with T-Mobile. M Any customers on AF like to share your thoughts and experience?

    Click: To visit Solavei

  2. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Those are some good options. Basically I was compiling a list of alternate cellular services and comparing them to ATT/Verizon just to see what choices are available for others. For me, att is the best option as far as calls/data . My area doesnt have a good t-mo or verizon signal.
  3. Salman Khan

    Salman Khan Member


    you explained that real well. I'm currently using Straight Talk and didnt even know Solavei existed until I saw a post on another forum.

    I am not happy with Straight Talk (I'm using AT&T's network) and they are really not unlimited. With Solavei, how do I buy a recharge card? Or is it automatic every month?

    Most the data truly unlimited? BTW, I'm currently using a Dell Streak 5.
  4. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Looks like a good deal. So far, it seems that if an at&t customer wants to unlock ther phone to have the imei registered with Solavei, only Samsung devices will work. Is that still the case? How reasonable are prices and variety of phones sold by solavei?
  5. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Thats good info. You and Frothbucket are impressively knowledgeable of the company, product and service. Clarification to my prior post: I was commenting on behalf of AT&T customers and which device in AT&T's catalog is allowed to be unlocked and ported over to Solavei.
  6. jchat

    jchat New Member

    I'm also a Solavei member. It's way more than just the mobile service, it's a social commerce network built on a revolutionary new model.

    I can help answer any questions you may have
  7. Rico ANDROID

    Rico ANDROID Well-Known Member

    Hi JChat, did you just join AF today?
  8. rpmccormick

    rpmccormick Member

    I have now compiled a complete list of MVNO's...

    BEST MVNO's (no contract plans, same big-4 networks, bring your own phone)

    republic wireless - The Mobile Network that Runs on Freedom - $19/mo, got to use their 1 phone for $250, got to have WiFi.
    Prepaid Unlimited Cell Phone Plans | Android | Smartphone | Broadband | Virgin Mobile - $35/mo, got to buy one of their many Android/iPhones. - Good pricing where you only pay for what you use (~$45).
    Prepaid Cell Phones - No Contract Wireless Plans | Boost Mobile - $55 to $40

    SIMPLE Mobile | Unlimited Cell Phone Plans - $50, unlimited 4G now (was 2GB last month).
    Sign Up, Log In, or Learn More | Solavei - $49 or FREE, 4GB at 4G (hopfully unlimited soon). Save $20/mo for every 3 referrals.

    Prepaid Cell Phone Cards | Prepaid National Cell Phones - $55, 2GB cap then $0.10/mb.

    AT&T: - $60, 2GB
    Black Wireless
  9. Salman Khan

    Salman Khan Member

    rpm, in that list above, you forgot to mention Straight Talk - $45 - Unlimited Texting- Unlimited Voice - 2GB Cap
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  10. rpmccormick

    rpmccormick Member

    RE Straight talk...

    I could not figure out which network they use (WikiPedia says all 4) or if they have 4G (and what type) or what their cap is (is that 2GB of 4G, or 2GB cap... and what's the /mb after the cap).

    Oh, and BTW, the Solavei promo for 1mo free and free sim (and 2nd mo free id you sign up 3 people in 30days) is extended and running until the end of this month.
  11. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

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  12. Digital Controller

    Digital Controller The Real Bass Creator Guide

    FYI Straight Talk uses whatever Network your phone is compatible with, so if you have a Verizon CDMA/LTE phone it will use that network, if you have a GSM device it will use AT&T or T-Mobile...

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