I just found out that my Sprint Airave 2.5 is using Tiger VPN. I had a line item in my router for an unknown device using Tiger VPN. It took me awhile but I did eventually figure out the device was my Sprint Airave. I figured it out using simple troubleshooting.
My knowns were the local IP. The name of the program, the destination IP and the MAC address. Based on the destination IP lookup (sprint) and matching up the MAC address I finally determined what the mysterious device was.
I also think Amazon’s consumer grade cloud app is using it also but I will leave that mystery to another day.
The Sprint Nexus 6Android 5.1.1 update has finally my phone. No sign of wifi calling that I could see.
I had read that T-Mobile was getting it just a few days ago. This is a great surprise for me.
Google Voice always charged 2 cents when calling USVI phone numbers (340) when using the application on the computer. However, I never had a problem with calling 340 with my phone! Today, I get a recording saying the phone call will cost 2 cents a minute. Now, since I live down here that makes it much more difficult. It’s also more difficult since I print that number on all my business stuff! I tried to remove it with Sprint Support and was unsuccessful. I will be weighing my options more this afternoon
Apparently Sprint and Google decided to fix the issue. It is working as it should again. No extra fees for texting or calling USVI numbers.