Straight Talk uses all four major networks, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. They are MNVO for all four.
Originally Posted by gvocks
They sell Straight Talk branded phones for 3 of those carriers: AT&, Verizon, Sprint. Some are simple feature phones, some are smartphones (androids). Using one of Straight Talk's phones, to get a particular network you have to buy a phone for made for that network. For instance, there's 4 Straight Talk phones that run on Verizon. (Two of them are the Straight Talk branded Galaxy Proclaim or the Galaxy Showcase. I don't remember the others.) If you want Verizon on Straight Talk you have to make sure it's one of their phones that run on Verizon.
Straight Talk also offers BYOP for two carriers, AT&T and T-Mobile. These are GSM networks, so yeah for that you need a SIM card phone. The beauty of that plan is you can bring ANY SIM card phone that will run on AT&T or T-Mobile, even a Galaxy S3 or an iPhone 5 --the newer kick butt type of phones not usually carried or allowed on MNVOs.
BYOP is not available for Straight Talk "Verizon". You have to buy one of the Straight Talk branded phones that run on the Verizon network.
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Nexus (GT-i9250).
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