I purchased an at&t atrix 4 and bought a sim card to convert to straight talk. This works great in areas that support at&t service. Unfortunately, I am in a dead zone at home and was wondering if anyone knows how to make this phone pick up other service tower signals. Verizon and regular straight talk phones work great here, by the way.
Being in the Uk i can't advise you.
My first rule of thumb is to always ensure the first thing you think about is the network coverage, then contract/payg package, then phone handset when choosing.
As a nice new phone without good network support where you reside and work renders it rather useless.
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