While in Thailand, Advanced Info Service (AIS) mobile network on the iPhone I’m using. Thailand’s largest mobile carrier. To grow a true competitor on the AIS actually AIs that have a much larger 3G presence have an edge right now. in fact, just by using a USB card for the AIs I guess it doesn’t use 3G data services. Either way, for me 3G it ‘s not important. I’ve done a lot of research before I came to Thailand, and parts of Thailand, found that most of my time is limited to spend no 3G access. My iPhone 2G is reliable why you’ve been hanging for so long. After I jailbreak my phone, I’m using AIS 12Call prepaid plan.
To begin, I bought a 12call SIM card from the 7-11. Almost every small shop, but he sells them. 99 baht card fee and get 10 minutes of free talk time. This plan allows you to add minutes whenever I want. For every minute that passes, every search I’ve done this on the first minute and 1 Baht (9 cents) 3 Baht. Incoming calls are free. So it is very common for people to show phone numbers and steal to hang on to this conversation, but you don’t have any money. SMS messages, 3 cents and international, but this cost may be sent to 9 Baht.
Add…minutes adding minutes can be done multiple ways of “top-up” minutes is called. Minutes from the 7-11 stores on almost every corner in Thailand above I’d buy. More recently, however, I have a link to the top sales the top by using the SMS in minutes. Using this method, you can call them and “show my number I can. Add 200 baht per minute for this phone there is no signal me. Then again, I pay them when I see them. Minutes you will receive an SMS message stating that my sim number has been added. Stability control *search is as easy as 121# message is displayed informing you that few minutes.
Also voice minutes (specifically, edge or GPRS) internet data services you can use, but you burn through them too fast. Why (or how) I don’t know what they charge, but very quickly I lost 300 baht. A better method call and an AIS data packet request. With this, you can get 150 or 200 baht 50 baht 20 hours for hours of data. I opted for the first 20 minutes and was very happy. *After a few hours and I left my phone in after starting the program, I was surprised I used almost all of my time and minutes/139 control how I dialed. After some trial and error with my iPhone, finally I found a few things:
1. > Network settings -> global roaming “turn off Data –
2. Make sure all applications that use “push notifications” is disabled. Facebook and apps definitely use it. In addition, Skype on/off “Kal Online” There are. I returned this.
3. Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> fetch new data, head, and set fetch to manually close. Now, I’m not going to check my email until I go to actually use credit. If yes, I have to check up mail, but you will not know whether this is the best option for me.
e-mail from your iPhone Bring, Thailand
The use of data to slow down while doing these three things greatly helped me. Still it needs to download any new books you purchase Amazon’s Kindle app, which checks to see if you like online leader boards, game or other application that uses the app I want to come across. There is no way to close most of them you have to be very careful. If you are concerned or if you really, turn on Airplane Mode!
While most of my time is spent traveling in places where there is Wi-Fi and cellular internet so I need only real time. 50 hours so far is just perfect!