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Straight Talk Now Supports AT&T LTE


Fresh off the news that AT&T has expanded their Aio Wireless pre-paid brand, Straight Talk now can use AT&T’s LTE network. Previously, you could only do up to HSPA+. In order to use the network’s LTE capabilities, you need to purchase a new SIM card. This is good news for those of you using AT&T devices on the network, such as the iPhone 5 (or newer) or the Galaxy S3, or any other device.

Straight Talk doesn’t exactly have the greatest reputation though. Many times, people have reported slowdowns in speed at really low data cuts, such as at 1.5 GB, which they’ve been sued for at least a few times.

If you want to go ahead and use this network (and cut down on the cost of a postpaid network), hit the source link below. The cost is $7 for the SIM Card (all three types) and the unlimited plan without international services is $45 a month plus tax and the unlimited with international services plan is $60 plus tax.

Source: Straight Talk

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