-What is a Sim Card?
Sim Card is a small chip which is embedded into a plastic card. SIM cards store network-specific information used to authenticate and identify subscribers on the network. SIM card can be transferred between different mobile devices. All prepaid mobile carriers have their own Sim Cards. SIM from one company can’t be used with another.
-What is an unlocked phone?
Common practice in the US is for wireless carriers to install locking software on their phones to prevent the device from being used on another carrier.
An unlocked phone is a phone that has been freed from being tied to one carrier. Unlocked GSM phones can be used with any carrier’s SIM card on any GSM network.
-Can I use AT&T Branded Phone with Net 10 GSMA network?
Yes, most of AT&T phones can be used with Net 10 GSMA even if your device is not unlocked.
-Is it possible to use a Verizon Phone with Net 10?
Most of Verizon, Sprint, Boost or Metro PCS phones cannot be used with Net 10 Wireless.
-T-Mobile Phones compatible with Net 10 GSMA?
In case if you have an T-Mobile phone you will need to Unlock your device. Contact T-Mobile customer service and request an unlock code for your phone. The provider may charge a fee or deny your request according to their policy.
-How to set up a Data Service (Internet)?
All prepaid services need Data to be set up. You can use our special tool to set up your internet service.
You don’t need to do any additional settings for Talk and Text. It works automatically as soon as you put a sim card into your phone.