1. MChaney3563's Avatar
    I have a quick question. My buddy surprised me with a Nokia Lumia 920 as a gift, as he seemly didn't like how slow and sluggish my 520 was. So my question is, if I pop my go phone sim card into it, will I be able to use the service?

    I do know from the website he purchased it from that its locked to AT&T and has a clean IEMI.
    07-21-2014 11:45 AM
  2. decaf19's Avatar
    You should be able to I use an at&t locked 920 on straight talk and have used net10 since its an at&t SIM regardless of the service you buy like unlimited or 2.5GB of data it should work
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    07-21-2014 11:49 AM
  3. MChaney3563's Avatar
    You should be able to I use an at&t locked 920 on straight talk and have used net10 since its an at&t SIM regardless of the service you buy like unlimited or 2.5GB of data it should work
    I am currently using my 520 on Straight Talk.. but Im just curious is all.
    07-21-2014 11:52 AM
  4. decaf19's Avatar
    The only thing you may have to do is adjust the apn settings which you will likely find online
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    07-21-2014 11:52 AM
  5. decaf19's Avatar
    The at&t go phone program allows a Bring Your Own Device so it will work with an at&t branded phone and since its at&t you will be able to use all of their supported bands and frequencies....like the LTE good luck personally straight talk is the better deal more data for your buck! Cheers!
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    07-21-2014 11:54 AM
  6. jrdatrackstar1223's Avatar
    I use to use my 920 on AT&T GoPhone. The only advantage was better speeds and more consistent signal and data delivery. Once Straight Talk offered LTE I switched back to them, but I still miss the speeds I got from GoPhone because they offered true LTE on their plans as well. Lately Straight Talk hasn't been bad and I'm still glad I use it, especially since they've bumped it to 3GB for $45.
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    07-21-2014 12:00 PM
  7. decaf19's Avatar
    I use to use my 920 on AT&T GoPhone. The only advantage was better speeds and more consistent signal and data delivery. Once Straight Talk offered LTE I switched back to them, but I still miss the speeds I got from GoPhone because they offered true LTE on their plans as well. Lately Straight Talk hasn't been bad and I'm still glad I use it, especially since they've bumped it to 3GB for $45.
    I have not noticed a speed different from go phone to straight talk LTE is LTE I got at my college full service 10mbps with go phone and now straight talk 10-11mbps guess depends on tower congestion
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    07-21-2014 12:03 PM
  8. MChaney3563's Avatar
    Thanks everyone for the quick replies! Much appreciated!
    07-21-2014 01:22 PM

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