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Can I use a prepaid unlimited data card with my jetpack mhs 890L
snuffylee
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Can I use a prepaid unlimited date card with my jetpack 4G LTE mobile MHS 890L.  I now prepay each month for my limited data.  Can I use the prepaid unlimited data card ?

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Re: Can I use a prepaid unlimited data card with my jetpack mhs 890L
John_Getzke
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Prepaid devices are a separate entity from normal contracted devices and services.  Chances are if your SIM cards are prepaid they will only work with registered prepaid devices.  Such is the nature of the beast.

Of course there is no harm in trying.  As long as the SIM card sizes are compatible you can always plug it in and give it a shot to confirm.  In the past this hasn't been possible to my knowledge.

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Re: Can I use a prepaid unlimited data card with my jetpack mhs 890L
John_Getzke
Leader
Leader

Prepaid devices are a separate entity from normal contracted devices and services.  Chances are if your SIM cards are prepaid they will only work with registered prepaid devices.  Such is the nature of the beast.

Of course there is no harm in trying.  As long as the SIM card sizes are compatible you can always plug it in and give it a shot to confirm.  In the past this hasn't been possible to my knowledge.

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