Hello everyone. I went to the AT&T store yesterday to get a new phone and I originally wanted a Pantech Vybe. The employee who assisted me noticed that when she was trying to set up the Pantech Vybe she got out of the back, it would not read the SIM card. She tried another Pantech Vybe and it did the same thing. As a result, I chose a different phone. Has anyone else experienced an issue like this with the Pantech Vybe?
Also with no LTE support, you're stuck on 2007's premier 3G airlink technology. I don't know why telcos continue to release NON-4G devices years after LTE has been in widespread use. It just makes it that much harder to shut down the 3G network and mi... (continues)