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Wood would need a cell phone which can connect to a cell network and send messages (or Wifi – but open wifi or even wifi in a CIA detention facility? That’s pretty ridiculous.). So there in lies the rub. I contacted Sure.io (formerly Cable & Wireless Diego Garcia) and they assured me that if you want you phone to work (and its an unlocked quad band phone) you need to get a Sure.io sim card. No sim card no connection and that is case closed – the end of this conspiracy. A 15 minutes email to sure.io debunked this, 15 minutes of research and thats all. But for the sake of discussion I will also debunk the image as well.
As the article reads, there would be zero wi-fi signal or signal period for Phillip Woods to connect to send his alleged photo which has gone viral on the internet. Thousands have been tricked and fooled.
You would need a special SIM card to connect to the network at this secret CIA base they don't just have hotspots with free access for people to connect to. This is ridiculous.
According to David Vine, "Today, at any given time, 3,000 to 5,000 U.S. troops and civilian support staff live on the island.
reply to post by Zaphod58
Not gonna lie pal... I'm as confused as Hell with what you just said!!!
Forgive me, I'm a bit of a Caveman when it comes to technology!!!
So 3G would be useless where they're situated???
For example I'm on EE... But I thought 3G went with any network???
If it's too longwinded to explain no worries...
I fear I've bored people to death just by asking