• Why has my internet slowed down:  
  • It is possible your device has lost connection to the tower or network.  Please use our Data Refresh function here: Data Refresh
  • Please check your address in our Coverage Map to ensure you are in a Good or Excellent coverage area.
  • It is possible that you are being deprioritized.  Please check our data terms and conditions to learn more. You can also contact us at questions@onewirelessworld.org to check data usage.
  • If you still are experiencing slow data, please email our Tech Support Team
  • If after all these steps have been completed and you are still experiencing data issues, call us at 1.833.YOUROWW M-F 9-4 pm MST

When does my DATA cycle start over:   On the 6th of each month.

What do the lights mean on my device:  Enclosed in each box is a pamphlet with information on the lights.

Here is a reference guide for lights on your Alicorn device:

  • Slow Green Light Flashing:  no users connected
  • Fast Green Light Flashing:  user connected, data in use
  • Green Light ON:  user connected, no data in use
  • Red Light ON:  no signal or SIM card in wrong
  • Red Light Flashing:  edge of network, unstable connection due to area
  • Blue Light OFF:  disconnected
  • Blue Light ON :  connected under 4G LTE network
  • Blue Light Flashing:  connected under 3G/2G network
 

How do I know how many GB I’ve used this cycle:  Feel free to email support@onewirelessworld.org and we are happy to check for you.

How do I check my coverage when traveling to different areas:  Use our coverage tool here:  Coverage Map

Where can I find the password:

  • ALICORN: On the blue Alicorn box itself on a white sticker or on the device itself on the white sticker under the cover. It is 8 digits long and labeled WiFi Key.
  • ONYX: If connecting to the Onyx wireless router the password is: Impact101

My device is getting really hot:  It is important to ensure you are plugging the device into a 5V 1A Charging Port ONLY.  Make sure to power the device off when not in use.  This is not only good for the life of the device, but it also ensures you are not using data when not in use.  If the problem persists please contact support at support@onewirelessworld.org

Please remember:

  • Please do not remove the SIM card unless asked to by tech support. 
  • Make sure the SIM is a standard size SIM:  do not break it down any smaller.
  • Alicorn comes with SIM already installed.
  • Do not change the SSID on the ALicorn – voids 30 day warranty.
  • Do not change the password on the Alicorn – voids 30 day warranty.
  • Do not change the settings on the Alicorn – Voids warranty.
  • Do not use a port stronger than 5V 1A charger – Voids warranty.  

How do I cancel my service:  Please send an email to questions@onewirelessworld.org

 

APN SETTINGS FOR ANDROID PHONES (iPhone APN is automatic)

Program data settings for non-AT&T Android device

To use AT&T 4G (HSPA+) or 4G LTE data services, you may need to program your data settings for a compatible, non-AT&T Android™ device, like an unlocked device from another carrier or a device purchased directly from the manufacturer.

Some older Android smartphones may use the wap.cingular APN as the default AT&T setting. This APN no longer supports smartphone data connectivity.

To program an Android device with the correct settings to connect to AT&T data services:

  1. Access the Settings menu.
  2. Locate and select either Wireless & Networks, More Networks, or Connections.
  3. Select Mobile Networks > Access Point Names.
  4. Locate and select the option to add a new APN. This is usually accessed by a + symbol on the screen or by tapping the menu button.
  5. Program each field using the settings below.
  6. Save the changes to return to the APN‘s menu and select the new APN.

Common Fix For iPhone Text/Group Messaging Issue

This solution has been working for the iPhone issue of not being able to send texts to non iPhones or group messages. The texting issue is common among iPhones when changing carriers. Reset all settings as below:

Settings…
General…
Scroll down to reset…
Reset all settings

 

How to set up conditional call forwarding on your AT&T cell phone: Follow these simple steps!

Step 1: Using the keypad on your cell phone, dial *004* (do not press call yet.)

Step 2: After dialing *004*, enter the 10 digit telephone number you would like your calls forwarded to.

Step 3: Then press *11#.

Step 4:Press call and listen/look for a success message from AT&T.

Even if you received a message that your call forwarding was successfully set up, test your call forwarding by calling the phone you just set up call forwarding with another phone. If it is not working properly, you may need to turn off call forwarding and try setting it up again.

To turn off conditional call forwarding from your AT&T cell phone, simply punch in #004# and press call. Listen for a successful message stating call forwarding has been deactivated

Even if you have received a message that the call forwarding has been successfully deactivated, make sure that your AT&T cell phone now rings when a call is coming in by testing it with another phone.

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