Best answer: Yes! You can set up and use Personal Hotspot on iPhone using a Mint Mobile mobile plan. What's Mint Mobile? Mint Mobile is a mobile virtual network operator (MYVO) that was founded in 2016 by California-based Ultra Mobile. The company offers prepaid mobile plans that run on the T-Mobile cellular network in the United States. Considered a discount carrier, Mint Mobile offers plans starting at just $15 per month. For this, you receive unlimited talk and text, a free SIM card, nationwide coverage, and the ability to use your device as a mobile hotspot. Mint Mobile plans must be purchased in increments of 3-, 6-, and 12-months. You choose the amount of 4G LTE data per month (3, 8, or 12GB). With Auto Recharge, you can make sure you never run out of data by having your plan renewed automatically through your debit or credit card. Otherwise, because there's no contract, your plan ends after its completion. Through the Mint Mobile app or website, you can purchase additional … [Read more...] about Does Personal Hotspot on iPhone work on Mint Mobile?
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I've said it before and I'll say it again: It's pretty crazy to spend $750 to $1,000 for a phone when you can pay a fraction of the price for one that's pretty damn good.Witness the Motorola Moto X4, which now qualifies as an "older" model (because it arrived way back in Dec., 2017, gasp) but still rocks -- especially at this price, one of the lowest to date.For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the unlocked Motorola Moto X4 (32GB) for $147.98 when you also add a Cricket 3-in-1 SIM Activation Kit and Cricket $40 Refill to your cart. (Be sure to choose the "activate later" option for the phone.)See it at Best BuyTo be clear, you're under no obligation to use the Cricket stuff. Because the phone is unlocked and capable of working on both CDMA and GSM networks, you can take it to just about any carrier: AT&T, Mint Mobile, Verizon, etc. In fact, if you already have a number, you can port it to Sprint and get an entire year of service for free.For what it's worth, … [Read more...] about Get an unlocked Moto X4 phone and a month of free Cricket service for $148
Cricket Wireless has picked up another exclusive smartphone, this time from Alcatel. It's the Alcatel Onyx, and it launches today for $119, and is available both in-store and online. The Alcatel Onyx is definitely a low-end smartphone, though the $119 price tag likely gave that away. When it comes to specs, it does sport an 18:9 aspect ratio display, but it's a 1440x720 resolution stretched across 5.5-inches. Alcatel is also using a MediaTek chipset here instead of a Qualcomm. With the MT6739WW quad-core chipset powering the show. It is paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage inside. As with most smartphones in this price range, it does also come with a micro SD card slot that can fit up to 128GB of additional storage. Alcatel tossed in a 3000mAh capacity battery, as well as a micro USB port for charging. So if you were hoping to get a new phone with micro USB so you wouldn't need to buy new cables, this one fits that bill. And surprisingly in 2019, it also has a headphone … [Read more...] about Alcatel Onyx Launches On Cricket But You Should Probably Steer Clear
PICTURE GALLERY: Hay Carr The word 'home' carries with it a suggestion of something compact; something warm and tight-knit and cosy. Something to be owned. One of Lancashire's finest properties, Hay Carr is a £4m, 50-room monster. It is there to admired and gawped at; explored and filled with things only of a certain pedigree so as not to offend it. It's not a home, it's a house, and a proper one at that. Comfortably one of the most decadent and lovely buildings in the North West, Hay Carr is a picture of extravagance with class oozing out of every one of its five bedrooms and three storeys of space, light, and quality. Tracing its 269-year history back to the agricultural pioneer Thomas Lamb in 1750, it is far from a relic and has morphed into a true 21st century wonder.First thing is first. This is a house so big that despite once being part of an even larger estate when it belonged to the Sandeman Port family, its 54-acre garden comes with planning permission for a cricket … [Read more...] about Mind-blowing 50-room Lancashire mansion with planning permission for a cricket pitch on the market for £4m
Article Contents1 Devices1.1 Phone: OnePlus 5T1.2 Tablet: Galaxy Tab S 8.41.3 Watch: Fossil Sport1.4 Desktop: 'Defiant'1.5 Laptop: Lenovo Yoga 7301.6 Camera: Sony Alpha a50001.7 Console: Nintendo Switch1.8 Car: 2015 Nissan Leaf S2 Accessories2.1 Charging station: iKits 10-Port Dock2.2 Headphones2.3 Cables/Adapters3 Software3.1 Windows apps3.2 Android apps3.3 Browser extensions It has been a year and a half since my last 'What We Use' post, where I explained what technology and products I used on a regular basis. Nearly every aspect of that post is now out of date — in my never-ending quest to find what devices, services, and applications are best for me, my arsenal of technology has completely changed. I've upgraded my desktop, switched phones, bought and sold two laptops, and purchased a car. Like all 'What We Use' posts from the AP staff, this is mostly an opportunity for me to ramble about technology I like. However, I do hope some of this information ends up useful — … [Read more...] about What We Use, 2018 Edition: The stuff Corbin can’t live without