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Solavei- A Cell Phone Company That Pays You-Yes Really

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www.solavei.com/stuanna

 

This works, its new get on board now to build your passive income.

Solavei have joined T-Mobile to create this exceptional opportunity for cell phone users.

Click on the link or copy and paste into your browser.

http://www.solavei.com/stuanna

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www.solavei.com/stuanna

 

This works, its new get on board now to build your passive income.

Solavei have joined T-Mobile to create this exceptional opportunity for cell phone users.

Click on the link or copy and paste into your browser.

http://www.solavei.com/stuanna

I like the idea. It is similar to the service that I used back in Australia. Do you know where I can find the fine print? I want to know (1) whether data is shaped, (2) whether you can use your phone as a data hotspot at no extra monthly charge, and (3) whether the phones they sell are locked to their network.

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I want to know (1) whether data is shaped, (2) whether you can use your phone as a data hotspot at no extra monthly charge, and (3) whether the phones they sell are locked to their network.

1. Yes it is. After 4GB of data used the speed drops to 2G.

2. Tethering and hotspot is not allowed.

3. Still looking for the answer to this question.

 

 

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Sorry about this very late reply. Sometimes things get placed on the back burner like my solavei account. Now that I have been with them for a few months, it seems ok. lots of people doing well with it. I have decided that due to my rural location to be very careful in promoting the product and this seems to be the thing to watch out for when joining. Interested parties should be careful of their network coverage. Its good in big cities and very good up country but not so good here in Texas.

1. Yes it is. After 4GB of data used the speed drops to 2G.

2. Tethering and hotspot is not allowed.

3. Still looking for the answer to this question.

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