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  1. jdevenberg's Avatar
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    Pretty cool concept. They only offer one phone right now, the LG Optimus, and it relies primarily on WiFi calling with Sprint as a backup. You have to keep your usage within certain parameters, but if you are on WiFi at home and work, you should be good. The phone automatically and seamlessly switches between wifi and cellular, even when you are using the phone. I want to give it a try, but the wife is skeptical. I would be sad to leave windows phone, but to save $100 a month on two lines, I can make sacrifices.
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    LOL! I'd be careful and not jump into it.

    Why do they have so many question marks and no answers here: republic wireless - what it costs

    I can see one inaccurate statement, "If you are traveling internationally, and are connected via Wi-Fi, your domestic calls are free." I've been at hotels in France with WiFi and VOIP is blocked by the wireless carrier.
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