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Tablet with Taiwan Star wifi provider contract, what can you tell me?

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Tablet with Taiwan Star wifi provider contract, what can you tell me?

Postby Taiwan_Student » 05 Jun 2016, 22:31

My wife has been seeing offers for buying a table that comes with a Data contract with a company called "Taiwan Star Wifi Provider". Her goal is to go back to a non-data phone and use the tablet as her main source of connectivity. She's hears that it may be cheaper than going with the big providers.
From what she heard, they also allow the user to share the connection and create a mini hotspot?
So, what can you tell me about this company. I'm sure they don't have their own towers so who do they use and how is there coverage. We live in Pingdong county.
Please let us know soon because her phone just died and we may replace it with this Tablet deal.
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