Home and Business Internet
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Anyone else experiencing issues navigating reservation type websites like ReserveCalifornia.com? I'm trying to book a camp site. The website launches but the site seems to get stuck when searching or booking. This only happens when using T-Mobile home Internet
Is it possible to switch from EIP promotional device to a different device of my choice without loosing the promotional bill credits towards the EIP?
I have just joined T-mobile and bought iphone-13 from them with promotional bill credit towards the phone’s payment. Now, I want to switch the sim into an iphone 14 pro max. If I do the switch, would that void my bill credit promotion? Thanks.
Go to TMoible they said...It’ll be fine they said. This is hands down the WORST service I’ve been with, and I went through AT&T and Cingular. The Assurant Insurance group is either grossly incompetent or committing Fraud. Three months later and $700 charge they finally tell me the “package was empty” but cannot provide any proof it was empty. DEAR TMOBILE I will make it my life’s mission to tell everyone I know just how badly you take care of your customers.
I have many devices on my home network, including many other Apple devices, and the only device that has this issue is my new 9th generation iPad. I use a T-Mobile 5G router to connect to the Internet. After my iPad sits idle for a while (in sleep mode), when I start using it again, I find that my iPad is no longer connected to the Internet (though it is still connected to my WiFi network). If I go into Settings and tap WiFi, after a few seconds, the orange “No Internet connection” message appears underneath my network name. If I turn WiFi off and then back on, my iPad goes back to being connected to the Internet. Then the problem repeats itself as soon as I leave my iPad idle for a little while. I am fairly certain this problem has something to do with my T-Mobile Home Internet device, because another T-Mobile customer with a 9th generation iPad reported this same problem to the Apple discussion forums earlier this year. I’ve tried all of the obvious solutions like updating my iPadOS,
For the past 4 months I have used T-Mobile home internet, and it has been fine until the beginning of this week it has been going slow and all together resetting and shutting off for the next couple of hours. I don't know what is causing this but whenever I call for support they usually fix it immediately but then next day the same problem occurs I am plug it to reset it myself and it usually works for the first five minutes and then a completely crashes and shuts down. I'm really considering on Switching but if there is a really good way to fix it and make it so it doesn't reset anymore then I would love to know it
Has anyone been able to get Nebula VPN to work with Nokia gateway? Everything is fine until I fire up Nebula. Then for the work sites I need, I’m blocked … an immediate “not found”. Not like it times out. It’s immediate. All other sites are fine except those that require a VPN. I’ve seen that some past firmware updates have addressed some Cisco VPN issues but no mention of Nebula. It uses port 4242, and I keep wondering if that’s somehow an issue. Weird thing is: if I turn of WiFi and use my phone as a hotspot, I’m golden. But with the Nokia gateway, nada. Anyone? Any help? Beuler? Thanks in advance.
I have a Nokia 5G21 Gateway with an ethernet connection that feeds a switch in my home office. All other devices (phones, laptops, wireless printer) are connected via wifi. The gateway shows 6 devices connected via wifi, and 3 via ethernet -- that is the correct number of devices.All devices have internet, I can connect to the web interface at http://192.168.12.1 from any device, but the wifi devices cannot ping devices on ethernet or vice versa.This had been working until recently. This happened one other time, rebooting the router fixed the issue then, but didn’t work this time. Any suggestions on how to keep this up and stable are appreciated.
Netflix has become unusable with our T-Mobile home internet. I have traced the problem to unusually high latency to the Netflix server. Pinging netflix.com shows that we are losing packets. The attached picture shows the latency of Netflix compared to HBO. Any internet experts with ideas?
Just started a 3g home internet trial, and have been using the Arcadyn router for 3 days. Every morning my Samsung phone, which was connected OK to the router, reports the WiFi password is incorrect. This is most certainly not true, as typing the same password reconnects OK. I've not experienced this specific issue before, on any router or phone pair. Is this a known bug or compatibility issue with Samsung phones?
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