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netTALK Wireless Launches New Service for Small Businesses

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netTALK Wireless has just launched a new T-Mobile Business plan reseller called netTALK CONNECT ON. As of this writing, only one plan is available from the service as it targets small businesses. By signing up to the new plan, users get the following features:

  • Unlimited Talk & Text while in the US, or traveling to Mexico and Canada
  • Music Freedom & Binge On (Unlimited Music & Video Streaming)
  • 10GB of 4G LTE data/month, data speeds reduced to 2G thereafter
  • Pricing $45/month with $40 auto pay enabled
  • No contracts
CONNECT ON subscribers may also avail of the free porting in of their numbers. Those who will be coming from T-Mobile may have to get a new phone number or opt to port somewhere else first, considering this is something other T-Mobile resellers have also been doing in the past. You may also bring in your own device but you'd have to purchase a new SIM card to use the service.

Since it is being introduced to the public, the current pricing offer will only be available for a limited time period. After this introductory period, the plan price will also go up. Despite netTALK CONNECT ON being a new player in the industry, many are already comfortable with the service provided by netTALK Wireless especially since they've been in the industry since 2008.  

Source: BestMVNO

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  1. what is meant by small businesses. can individuals who are not doing any business can get this ?

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    1. I'm not sure about netTalk, but other T-Mobile Business Resellers just require an EIN.

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    2. Yes you can I know some people who have already ported their numbers over.

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  2. As tmobile themselves do six gigabytes with those features for $30 a line plus taxes on their family plan this seems in line hopefully for the future of data pricing at least from the T Mobile
    or at least we can hope it's a sign of downward pricing!

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  3. It's a sign of Harbormobile/Smartel way of breaking group plans up and selling as a single plan. Let's see how long this one lasts

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  4. Requires purchase of SIM cards, $9.99 each - which may be just a repackaged T-Mobile SIM. For $40 autopay, inclusive of taxes and fees, this is still a good deal. As a comparison, my old small business line direct from T-mo is $40 for 1000 min, UL text and 5GB, PLUS taxes and fees (about $6.xx) and does not have the uncarrier features like international roaming etc (I use local SIMs anyway, but the option is nice).

    Harbor Mobile uses regular AT&T SIM and you can bring your own (peanuts on eBay).

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  5. Harbor Mobile was Tmobile, before they got spanked for reselling bulk plans as single lines. Same happened to Smartel. Next?

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    1. Smartel is still selling T-mobile on their Web site. During checkout, theyll show this:

      THESE RATES ARE FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY,
      MUST PROVIDE VALID BUSINESS NAME AND TAX ID OR SSN, IF SOLE PROPRIETOR, BEFORE PROCEEDING.

      It's interesting that you can just enter SSN if "sole proprietor" - LOL.

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  6. Everyone considering doing business with NetTalk should first peruse this thread from DSLReports:

    https://www.dslreports.com/forum/r29681838-Civil-war-at-NetTalk-and-a-fight-over-DID-numbers

    Different line of business (link relates to VoIP), yes, but same company...

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  7. netTalk us one of the most unethical companies around. I had VoIP phone service with them and service was horrible, something was always going wrong every couple of days. Their unlimited local calling was actually limited to 1500min, after which they will disable outbound calls until end of month.

    When I finally had enough and attempted to port out, they hijacked my number even though I met all the requirements of the local number portability requirements and procedures. I had to call their DID number provider and threaten them with a lawsuit before they released my number and I had to provide copy of bills from before netTalk to show I had the number before ported to net Talk.

    The thread about DID above is completely accurate. Because of this dispute, they keep switching the backend provider every couple of month and make it difficult to port out numbers so one of the owners couldn't regain control of the numbers and company.

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  8. I just switched to their mobile service, I ported my number over, so far so good, btw magic jack held my number hostage for a long time until I paid them $30 to release my number smh Talk about that!

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  9. Anybody that has the Nettalk Wireless 4G LTE service--- have you run the Ookla speed test on your phone with it? Wondering how fast it is, if is throttled? Or reasonably fast?? A lot of services emphasize you are on a 4G network but don't mention they limit your speed from what you might think you will be getting. Akk 4G LTE speeds are not equal...

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  10. DO NOT SWITCH IF COMING FROM TMOBILE. Yes, they require you to first move your number from tmobile to NumbersGarare which costs $26 and takes about 10 days, what they do not tell you is that once that port is complete you will be without ANY service on that line until it is ported into Nettalk, which can take from 5 to 14 days, during which time they will start your billing period. Forget getting anybody with any technical knowledge or answers on the phone or through their online chat. This has caused me such hassles, it is NOT worth it.

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  11. Have had service with them for 3 months now and i can provide an unbias review:
    Customer service is nonexistent, had some questions about how the transfer will work out and never heard back. porting took 5 days (from cricket) and they start billing you since day one. once porting was done, i haven't had any issues at all. Service is the same as directly from t-mobile IMO as my wife currently has t-mobile, some receptions problems inside buildings and airports, overall a good value for the price. have been streaming like crazy to test the binge on feature and so far quality is acceptable and i have not ever run out of data. already used it in Mexico and data speeds are decent (3g-LTE) depending on the company you are roaming to (Telcel and Iusacell seem to be the most common). I think that for this service is a terrific value for a standard user, but if you have a business/job that depends on being 100% available all the time, go with Verizon and AT&T but i don't think these people are Nettalk's target audience.
    I was paying 45 with cricket to have 5 gb of data and data/texts/calls in Mexico and Canada, here I'am paying 5 dlls less a month (after they $25 a month introductory price) for 10 gb of data (instead of 5), I get binge on which basically allows me to never run out of data, i got extra 20 gb of data that i have 1 year to use, and i get 2g data and text world wide, but receptions is a little worse than cricket. for me is worth it the trade off. This is not the perfect plan but I think is the best value out there overall if you stream a lot of video and travel internationally at least once a year. if you don't use alot of data and don't travel outside the US, stick with Cricket to have a better coverage

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    1. hey unknown, do you know if the binging feature is the same exact one as the bingeon and music freedom from formal tmobile?

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  12. Got a email from them the other day $20 a month for the first 5 months $30 after

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  13. I just signed up with their new promo plan ^^^

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