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    I can now report that the older Straight Talk...

    I can now report that the older Straight Talk H226C (CDMA) home phone devices can no longer be activated or even re-activated on Straight Talk. Any attempt to do so is greeted with a pop-up stating...
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    Yes, when I first looked at it many months ago...

    Yes, when I first looked at it many months ago (years?), and it was still available, it could be paired with the $15 cards. And that may be the reason it is no longer available - couldn't one simply...
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    I've reported here earlier that I was able to...

    I've reported here earlier that I was able to take one of the older Straight Talk H226C home phone devices over to Tracfone as a byop in order to save money.

    Well, I just tried to reactivate...
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    I do not have the external antenna, and it's been...

    I do not have the external antenna, and it's been pretty reliable. We live in a suburban area with a very strong Verizon signal. We've been using the T2000 for about 10 months now, and there's only...
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    I am using a T2000 with a Tracfone (verizon) BYOP...

    I am using a T2000 with a Tracfone (verizon) BYOP SIM , and it works just fine. The usage in our home (just my wife and I) is only about 200 min/mo, so financially Tracfone makes sense for us.
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