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Here's to a #happy #WiFi filled weekend to you all!
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The link Just flagged the 403 error. So you're saying a VPN doesn't interfere with your automatic call Wi-Fi switching technology?
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Deep thought for the day: What if all those novelty #WiFi networks named "FBI Surveillance Van" are now actually the FBI hiding in plain sight...?
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+Brendon Shipley Your cover photo of Gabe Newell is majestic.
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It’s #BackToSchool ! We’ve got 5 awesome apps you need to graduate! 

Check ‘em out: http://republicwi.re/1h1akEk
It's back to school time and we've got 5 awesome apps to help you be a better student! From coffee to streaming music - come check em out!
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Maybe two of those are 'needed'. I'd add:
'Safe in cloud' for password management;

'Wunderlist', or 'Keep' for due dates and lists.

'Aqua Mail' for accessing the schools exchange email without giving it's IT department access to wipe your device, or delete emails they sent you (the latter a common practice).

And, of course, your choice of VPN or Tor apps to circumvent the schools URL blacklist.
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In other news: AT&T changes plans to be geared more for "high data #phone users"...at $20 for 300MB?!

We say use all the #data you want. We'll help you offload it to #WiFi so you can #save more and pay less each month: http://republicwi.re/1FEwyam
Today, AT&T announced that it’s changing up its mobile data plans. Now, the company is merging its 1GB and 3GB plans into a simpler 2GB option. However its plans still push customers towards more data.
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Woa, $20+ $25/line es tan carro.
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Phenomenal review from +Ben Meredith. Thank you!

"I switched my #cellphone service from AT&T to Republic...Since that day, I’ve pocketed about $1800 in #savings. TL;DR version: Why in the world are you still paying hundreds of dollars per month per #smartphone?" Check out the full review: http://republicwi.re/1TpyGUC
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Well, that kinda clears things up, but when the Moto X Style does come out on September 3rd (As Motorola said) I'll check to see if they let you buy it with the "Republic Wireless" option.
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Fantastic review from +Tiffany- DontWastetheCrumbs! Thanks!

"By switching to Republic we will #save $840 over the course of 12 months, and $1,680 over the course of a typical 2-year contract. #Verizon and most other large carriers are like an ATM with fees attached for every single transaction." Check it out: http://republicwi.re/1IkEwQS
We switched from Verizon to Republic Wireless, upgraded to a Moto X phone & spend $10/month on the phone bill. Full disclosure with numbers in this post!
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#RW  is the best.  Been doing the same since the beginning!
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Just got back from sunny California! These wonderful signs lit the way! #WiFiIsEverywhere  
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it is shocking when you get  wifi signal while laying on the beach sand. happened.
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+Yahoo Finance is talking about us! Thank you! 

" #College  students are benefiting from less-expensive, #nocontract  plans...check out Republic Wireless, which offers unlimited voice, texting and #WiFi  data for $10 per month.” 

Check out how we help with #BackToSchool : http://republicwi.re/1UJco2E
As the cost of college continues to rise, reconsider some of these expendable expenses.
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+Chris Clark Yahoo is near the top of the list of things no one needs. Maybe Comcast tops that list.
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We did it! Another Republic Lab is done! With your help, we now have #cell  to WiFi handover AND #WiFi  to cell! Woo! 

More awesome Labs to come!  http://republicwi.re/1E46GVp
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+Chris Anthony I agree that it has historically been an Android problem, but the devices RW uses generally get updates as fast as Nexus devices do (though admittedly that isn't completely true across the board).  My point is that for the most part the people further up the chain from RW are generally doing their part to get updates out quickly.  It's at RW and Sprint that the bottleneck happens, at least for RW customers.  Clearly, the situation is completely different and even more inexcusable for people with Samsung and HTC phones on the Verizon or AT&T networks.  In those cases, the customers aren't waiting on some element to get integrated that is benefitting them greatly and is actually (almost) the entire reason for them having the phone they have, but rather they're waiting for useless bloatware to get added that they'll never use unless they just don't know better.
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+Fortune Magazine, +The New York Times, +CNET, and more! July was another HUGE month for Republic in the news.

"With the average #smartphone bill topping $100 per month, the #cellular model is clearly due for a disruption...‪ #WiFi calling is the future of wireless." Check it out: http://republicwi.re/1J6i17a
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Congratulations on a lot of good press. I shared the news...
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In 2014, Americans spent more than $52 billion on mobile #phone services they didn't use says +Toledo News Now. Yeahhhhhhhh. We're gonna fix that.

See how we help you #save. #WiFi is the way! http://republicwi.re/1FEwuYf
Choosing the right cell phone plan can be intimidating. There are thousands of combinations of options to choose from when selecting a plan.
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"...and minutes" - so when do we get to start saving with metered talk time?
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You asked for it. We found a way! Republic shirts now half off - permanently!!! Show everyone you've joined #TheArcSide in style - just $10.

Get yours today: http://republicwi.re/14QmwC0
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Ha! Now THAT was funny. :)
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Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, Republic Wireless is an innovative new carrier spearheading a wireless freedom movement to return value and control of the smartphone experience to our members. Leveraging the power of the Internet and an engaged community of users, Republic Wireless offers unlimited data, talk, and text, with no contract.

Republic Wireless is a division of Bandwidth.com founded in 1999, whose network and communications solutions also power other innovative services such as Google, Skype, Vonage, and many more.

Republic Wireless belongs to the people who use it. Looking for info on us? In short, we're "Wi-Fi people," we have a radical bent for developing new technology, and we believe customer relationships are built on hard work, good product, and trust.