You joined Tello, bought yourself a new plan and went through the bring your own phone process. You did everything right, followed all the steps, but… your phone is not active yet. What should you do?
What is the difference between the CDMA and the GSM technology? Here is some useful info that will surely bring some light on the matter!
We know you were wondering where to get a CDMA phone compatible with Tello at a decent price, so we’ve done some research. Apparently, there are multiple ways to buy a CDMA phone that you can easily enroll into Tello through the Bring Your Own Phone process and the prices available cover all budgets and needs.
On average a smartphone user uses up to 20 mobile apps on a monthly basis and downloads up to 100 apps in a period of 5 years. But are there any similarities between the apps we download? Sure there is! According to List25.com, here are the most downloaded apps of all times… from the Big Bang of smartphones and up until now. Curious who ranks at #1? Follow the list below!
How can you save money on your phone bill? According to a study operator by ConsumerReports, the minimum amount an average cellphone user can pay by using one of the 4 big phone carriers on the market (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint) is $40/month. This easily translates into minimum $480/year just for you… not to mention your family….
We can help. Here are few steps any new customer should follow in order to enjoy a smooth transition into our Tello network. Start by selecting one of our products. It can be a Plan or Pay As You Go credit. If you want to start off with a plan…
In the midst of looking for a new mobile provider, in the jungle of unbeatable offers and unlimited plans with endless terms and conditions, there’s one more thing you need to pay attention to when trying to switch operators or when you have one thing on your mind, to join Tello.
And that’s: the bring your own phone process, guidelines and compatibility checks.