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  1. Hola I am new here and I am purchasing a place in San Nicolas de Ibarra . Does anyone know what the cellular service is like in that area ? I know it's a personal thing but who would you use in the area for a supplier. I am looking at having a MiFi that I can connect my electronics to, like I do when I travel to the USA. I'm from WC Canada. Do people use these there and if so is it expensive ? I have looked at some of AT&T's plans but not sure how good it is. I will only be part time in Mexico, 4-5 months, so I'm not sure how it would work for have hard wired intern
  2. Last month, for the first time, we exceeded our 100MB on our Telcel internet at home plan. This happened three weeks into the month. So this month I have been monitoring our usage, turning off the modem at night, asking everyone to log off their devices and use infinitum (we have both). Yet, the data is still being consumed! I log into mitelcel and take a screen shore of our data balance. I turn off the modem and in the morning our balance went down by 60 MB. Yesterday was the worst, noone was home and we left the modem on and it went down by 30GB, yes giga bytes with noone in the hous
  3. I have cellular service from Telcel and recently have been inundated with text messages from UNOTV. I have tried responding but these fail. Does anyone know how I can stop this invasion of my privacy?
  4. Telecel offers 5 Mbps or a 10 Mbps Internet for your house. Requires a 2,000mxn modem purchase and a contract, I think two years, for about 299 or 399 mxn a month. They say unlimited data useage, but I think they downgrade data rate if one exceeds some maximum data useage. The TelCel office at Centro Laguna Plaza has details. I doubt TelCel distributors can duscuss intelligently. AT&T and Movistar may offer "Internet en Tu Casa" type services. I have not evaluated nor compared offerings, BUT apparently there are options to TelMex's Internet service. Has anyone availed t
  5. I purchase 100 pesos of credit every 59 days to keep my cellphone alive. I used to transfer all 100 pesos of these paid credits to a friend's phone, and I simply use my "regalo" or gift credits for my limited use. (actually, I specify 94 or 95 pesos, because there is a 5 peso fee added, so the total is under my 100 peso balance) However, now when I try to initiate the Pasa Tiempo transfer right after having purchased 100 pesos of credits (and thus having a 100 peso paid credits balance), I get this message: "Estimado usuario para poder realizar tu solicitud es necesario tengas r
  6. With the basic Telcel plan: You can forward your home calls to your cell phone - *21*045 <cell nr># It works in the US. Turn it off #21# Texts to US cells work great. Even if the recipients don't have the US equivalent of Sin Frontera, they can send and receive texts from you. If you have Magic Jack you can download the app on your cell phone. The phone will ring if you have cell service and you can call out which comes in handy if you need to dial an 800 number. In Texas, the phone connects with T-Mobile. No charge for calls. It's pretty much 4G everywhere so the In
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