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Thread: Dangers of Sim Swapping

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    I would not recommend activating a bunch of freedom pop sims. I did that for 5 of them and there always seemed to be a problem with at least 1 of them. I'd have to contact cs who would eventually fix the account, but it stopped being fun in a big hurry. I'm down to 1 sim now.

    I do the promo thing all the time. Look at mint sim for a good 3 month promo.

    Sent from my SM-N920T using HoFo mobile app

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    ^^What kind of issues did you have that involved customer service involvement? So long as each is on a different email/credit card, each account should be considered separate from others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MVNO!!! View Post
    I cannot forward to fp number but I can forward to verizon number?

    I could not forward GV to my FP numbers until I disabled FP voicemail for those numbers.

    To disable FreedomPop voicemail ...
    - www.freedompop.com | My Account | Voicemail Preferences | Edit
    - Ensure 'Enable voicemail and free 30-day voicemail storage' is NOT checkmarked
    - Click 'Save'
    - 'Voicemail and Voicemail Storage: Disabled' message appears

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    @Mvno, you'll need one of these to store all your sim cards .


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/21-1-Aluminu...-/322372354527

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    I'm on the 200 MB free plan on an LTE SIM. I pay for FreedomPop's data rollover service for $3.99 per month, which rolls over up to 500 MB per month up to a maximum of 20 GB. This is a roaming SIM for me and months will pass between times I use it (and I want to pay them something for the service, as I believe that's only fair). Will they let you rollover data that was gifted to the account, or otherwise earned above and beyond the 200 MB the plan includes?
    Asus ROG Phone -- SIM 1: Rogers (10GB + unlimited) -- SIM 2: Public Mobile (talk/text/250 MB)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutN2Lewz View Post
    1 to 2 MB per minute of voip talk. Wifi talk is free.
    Google Voice/Hangouts uses 0.6 MB per minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gedster314 View Post
    People use to that with preloaded sims but the carriers started blocking imei numbers after enrollment.....
    Can you explain this more, and have any sources for this? I've never heard of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GPz1100 View Post
    @Mvno, you'll need one of these to store all your sim cards .


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/21-1-Aluminu...-/322372354527
    Lol.
    A regular envelop will do just fine.
    I just write on the package which seller I got it, if I need to contact them to activate it or if I can activate myself, and which month I will activate the card.
    Last edited by MVNO!!!; 03-06-2017 at 09:43 PM.

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    Question Where you got information regarding Hangouts is being phased out?

    Quote Originally Posted by nutN2Lewz View Post
    Hangouts is being phased out. Slowly moving to the Google Voice app.
    Where you got this information

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoktrillian View Post
    Where you got this information
    One source: " After all, Google already expressed its decision of gearing Hangouts app into an enterprise-first service. Considering the fact that there are millions of people who use Hangouts regularly, they will definitely need an alternative service to help them be able to use the services once again. This is where Google Voice steps into the picture."

    http://www.prepaidphonenews.com/2017...ng-google.html

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