If you use a AT&T Go Phone with a Straight Talk SIM, will you be restricted to the AT&T prepaid coverage map?
Or will your Go Phone be able to use the Straight Talk coverage map?
And when you buy the SIM, they ask "Please choose the type of phone you have:", and you specify "AT&T Compatible Phone", are you guaranteed they will send you a SIM that only works with the ATT network, or can they send you a SIM that works with T-Mobile?
Why do they ask you
"Please enter the zip code of the area where you will be using your phone the most:"?
Is this to determine whether you get an AT&T or T-Mobile SIM?
My phone number is 12 years old and I no longer live in that state.
Will my current actual zip code prevent me from porting my number later?
Or should I "lie" and use the zip code for where I lived 12 years ago, to ensure I can port my number eventually?
I was not planning to port my number immediately. I wanted to test out Straight Talk for a month before discontinuing my out-of-contract plan.
Once I am satisfied with Straight Talk, should I port my number to Straight Talk, or should I port it to Google Voice?
One more question, they offer two different SIMs, one for $14.99 and one for $59.99. What is the difference? It doesn't explicitly say the $59.99 item includes the $45 monthly service charge.