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    Thumbs up SMARTEL is now BLUEGREEN MOBILE

    Dear Customers,

    SMARTEL is now BLUEGREEN MOBILE

    We've decided to focus 2016 on custom business solutions to help streamline and simplify certain aspects that are normally challenging to a typical business. In focusing on these solutions, we've re-branded ourselves Bluegreen Mobile!

    It's our hope that everyone will provide the same level of feedback for Bluegreen Mobile as they did with Smartel.

    Thank you for continuing down this path with us. You can expect to see many more exciting offerings in 2016 and beyond!

    Team Bluegreen Mobile

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    Hopefully you can improve your google search results. The main website is not easy to find.

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    Who are you trying to fool here? You rebranded because the other Smartel sent you a cease and desist order.

    Glad to see you joined the forum, however.

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    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by hoktrillian View Post
    Is your Google Nexus 6P by Huawei still work with BLUGREEN POINT TABLET (5GB 4G LTE DATA for Tablet)?
    Has anyone with Google Nexus 6P by Huawei still be able to use this tablet data only plan for more than a month?

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    clocks11: Thank you so much for your comment. Working on that... It takes a while for a new domain to pick up in rankings....

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    hoktrillian: Yes, it will still work.

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    2400zr: Thank you, we're glad to be here as well.

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    Nice.

    Question, on your FAQ, it says WiFi Calling is supported... which plans is it supported on? Does this mean your "Green/VZW" plans support VoLTE and WiFi Calling? Or do you just support it on AT&T/Blue?


    Wi-Fi domestic calling in the US is included.

    Devices that support Wi-Fi Calling:
    We’re proud to offer Wi-Fi Calling on iPhone, the phone that’s absolutely beautiful and simple to use. Enjoy Wi-Fi Calling on these models**:

    • iPhone 6s
    • iPhone 6s Plus
    • iPhone 6
    • iPhone 6 Plus
    **iOS 9 must be installed.
    WiFi Guru

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    WiFi calling on nexus 6p is working as well

    Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk

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    wifiguru: Wifi calling is supported on AT&T and T-Mobile networks. (We modified the FAQ as well)
    Last edited by mobileguru411; 02-26-2016 at 07:35 PM.

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    What is your MCC (Merchant Category Code) for billing? Most telecom providers earn me double points on my purchases with my credit card provider...yours doesn't. Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobileguru411 View Post
    wifiguru: Wifi calling is supported on AT&T and T-Mobile networks. (We modified the FAQ as well)
    Nice. Thanks for the response!

    I take it (for AT&T), you also offer VoLTE compatibility?

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    I hope that Bluegreen Vacations Corporation doesn't sue you for the name change. lol

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    For what it's worth, I think this is a better name and good branding (nice website). Not quite sure what Bluegreen offers, however. Can I (as an individual) use Bluegreen, or is this service exclusively for businesses? If I chose one of the Green Plans (for example) could I bring any Verizon phone, LTE or 3G for $29.50 per month? Would roaming be available? (On the Green or Blue Plans that wouldn't matter that much.) Sorry for my ignorance, but my daughter may be looking for new service and these prices seem really good.
    Blackberry Q10 on Twigby

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    If I were to sign up with Bluegreen, would I be able to switch from pink to blue plans, or vice versa?

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