What devices are compatible with Sprint?
Most cell phones are compatible on Sprint, including:
- Apple iPhone 6, 6s and 6 Plus.
- Apple iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus and X (from Verizon only)
- Google Pixel (including XL, 2, and XL 2)
- Moto e4 and e4 plus.
- Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ (from Verizon, AT and T-Mobile only)
How do I know if my phone is compatible with Sprint?
Is My Phone Compatible? To check whether your cell phone is compatible with Sprint, find your IMEI number then enter it on the Sprint website. Sprint will confirm whether or not you can use your cell phone with their SIM card. Note that your phone will need to be compatible with the Sprint network as well as unlocked.
Does Sprint allow unlocked phones?
If you have a postpaid Sprint plan (where you pay your bill at the end of the month), then Sprint automatically unlocks your phone once it’s eligible. If you’re not sure if it’s unlocked, you can call Sprint’s Customer Care team.
Can an unlocked phone work with CDMA or GSM?
All unlocked phones work on carriers that use GSM networks. Popular U.S. carriers that use GSM networks include AT, T-Mobile, Cricket, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile and Tracfone. Most foreign carriers also use GSM networks. You will need to use a SIM card from a GSM provider to get service for your unlocked phone.
Does FreedomPop use sprint or AT?
After relying on Sprint’s network for years, FreedomPop added AT in late 2016. While Sprint has worked to improve its network, it has the slowest LTE speeds of the Big Four carriers, according to our testing, so it’s good that AT is part of the mix.
What kind of phone do I need to use FreedomPop?
You’ll need a Sprint-compatible phone, because FreedomPop operates on Sprint’s wireless network. But supported devices should include the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S II, HTC Evo 3D or Evo 4G, and at least a few other phones from Motorola, LG, and others.
What is FreedomPop mobile virtual network?
FreedomPop is one of the dozens of Mobile Virtual Networks Operators that operate in the USA (otherwise known as an MVNO for short ). In the case of FreedomPop, it is an MVNO that formerly operated as a Sprint MVNO, although is now an AT MVNO. Besides using cellular data networks for service, Wi-Fi can also be used for phone calls and messaging.
How does FreedomPop work?
As a mobile virtual network operator, FreedomPop uses another carrier’s towers to provide its cellular service. In FreedomPop’s case, that’s two carriers.