I use a mixture of post and prepaid.Max Headroom wrote:Thanks for that, Taxico.
I don't follow the complete set-up, so can I confirm with you, I take it these SIM cards are pre-paid?
I've heard nothing but good things about the battery life of the mi Max but it was simply to big for my pocket.Hidy Ho wrote:I have Xiaomi Mi Max with snapdragon 652 chipset and 4GB ram. This is my favorite Android phone of all time and I even gave away my fairly new OnePlus 3 after getting this phone. I run simple dual sims (one SG and one TH) - without "dual app" or "second space". The battery will last at least one full day (even with heavy usage) - no more carrying powerbank when heading out.
like hidy mentioned, the Xiaomi phone only allows one slot to be assigned for data.Max Headroom wrote:Yes, my set-up is pre-paid (Indo) and post-paid (Sing). And I can specify calls, data and texts individually too.
I'm using the Samsung A7 2016 model. Great phone, powerful processor and solid battery life. But, evidently, it's hampered by poor data exchange between telcos there and here.
Incidentally, I've used the dual SIM again since the last time they double-charged me and it appears that they've got their act together now, as the local bill doesn't show any items from my overseas trip this time.
So they've got to to refund me for the outstanding amounts now, which I'll chase up next.
I was specifically looking for a large phone with dual sim capability as I find it harder and harder to read my work emails on smaller phones (getting old) and came across Mi Max. I have company provided Apple 6s that I don't use cause I can't seem to ready anything on that small screen.taxico wrote:
I've heard nothing but good things about the battery life of the mi Max but it was simply to big for my pocket.
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