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It’s possible to transfer someone else’s grandfathered plan into your name.

So I bought a Verizon Wireless grandfathered unlimited 4G data plan from someone on Howard Forums Take over my plan forum (you can also buy them from e Bay, they’re a little pricier there but the transaction will be safer).

So all the way until the mid 90’s the country was one of the laggards in regards to internet access, with Dial-up speeds and slow dedicated lines ruling the access options.

Due to the high penetration rates of mobile phones, business leaders soon recognized the great potential for mobile phone based or wireless internet options: So when 3G/UMTS as an extension of then slower GPRS for GSM came along, the Philippines were at the forefront of its adoption.Router (0, it’s expensive but I have tried several cheaper 3G/4G routers–Cradle Point is the one to get. Since switching to this router a few months ago I have not had a single connection drop.(–the antenna adapter fits the external antenna port on Millenicom’s Novatel Mi Fi, the Novatel USB modem above, and my Samsung S3 / S4) to see if it would increase performance on my Verizon Wireless connection… Signal went from -81 to -63 d Bm (I think that’s Verizon Wireless Data Options Grandfathered Unlimited Data Plan Update 2: Verizon Wireless may not be allowing transfer Unlimited Data Plans. Verizon doesn’t offer unlimited data plans anymore, but if you had one you’re grandfathered into it.So they were slow to roll-out an UMTS network or upgrade their existing mobile network from GPRS to 3G or even 3.5G capacity.Thankfully another provider jumped into the gap left by Globe, rolled out and extended their 3G network and these days is years ahead compared to Globe Telecom, except maybe in the Metro Manila areas. There are some minor mobile providers in the Philippines like Sun Cellular or TM, but the first only offers 3G services in the Manila area, the latter is a mere budget-reseller of Globe services without the internet access option.Use the other SIM card as a backup service, in case your main provider is experiencing an outage. Agree or disagree – which one works better for you?