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  1. Actively developed and supported: Android (and...

    Actively developed and supported:

    Android (and its forks)
    iOs (IPhone/IPad)
    KiOS (featurephones of HMD)
    S30+ (dumbphones of HMD)

    In maintenance mode (no new development but still supported)...
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    Now (08/04/2019) my two SIMs are dead (:

    Now (08/04/2019) my two SIMs are dead (:
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    My two Pay As You Go sim cards are sill active...

    My two Pay As You Go sim cards are sill active and I can place/receive calls.
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    There is another option (assuming you have...

    There is another option (assuming you have Android phone):

    Use this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vladlee.callblocker or this...
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    As far as I know there is no delay in CDMA...

    As far as I know there is no delay in CDMA shutdown for general / public usage. But you should remember that CDMA network of Verizon may/will still be available for some corporate customers and IOT...
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    You are welcome!

    You are welcome!
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    Where do you see this? I mean "it says it will...

    Where do you see this? I mean "it says it will expire at year end".
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    One of possible explanations is that there is no...

    One of possible explanations is that there is no T-Mobile 2G network in your area: Nokia N86 does not support T-Mobile 3G network (3G Band 4 1700 MHz) and does not support LTE. In theory it should...
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    There is no such thing as "Activation 3G devices"...

    There is no such thing as "Activation 3G devices" in GSM word. Indeed, AT&T will not sell AT&T branded non-VoLTE devices (3G and 4G LTE without VoLTE support), but you still will be able to insert...
  10. To all people complaining about spying by...

    To all people complaining about spying by Moolah/Surgephone: yes, Moolah collect info regarding phone usage patterns (and pays you $10/month for this), but Moolah is asking less permissions than...
  11. It will not work: Moolah links together IMEI, SIM...

    It will not work: Moolah links together IMEI, SIM number and phone number. So, most likely you have to use Moolah on the same phone where you have SurgePhone SIM.

    You can (I tested it) to re-pair...
  12. Moolah App requires access to location. If access...

    Moolah App requires access to location. If access to location denied, you can not use the phone (Moolah launcher closes every app you are trying to open).

    Also, Moolah app requires Usage access...
  13. It looks like Moolah App pair IMEI, SIM number...

    It looks like Moolah App pair IMEI, SIM number and phone number together during initial startup. The only question is if it is possible to move SIM card with Moolah App to another phone and to...
  14. I do not know where you found this text, but,...

    I do not know where you found this text, but, regardless of this, under "unlock/release" they mean "release from Freedompop in order to be used with other Sprint MVNO" but not with GSM networks. See...
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    Yes, I deleted already my post....

    Yes, I deleted already my post. https://freedompop.com is up now.
  16. No, Sprint (and not MVNOs like Ting, Tello or...

    No, Sprint (and not MVNOs like Ting, Tello or FreedomPop) controls the network and lock status. Ting representative on this forum said that Sprint does not provide (to Ting) API to unlock CDMA phones...
  17. This topic is about Freedompop phones locked to...

    This topic is about Freedompop phones locked to Sprint CDMA network. I have no idea to what happens to Freedompop GSM phones.

    By the way, Ting also does not unlock its CDMA phones for domestic GSM...
  18. You are wrong. FreedomPop explicitly states that...

    You are wrong. FreedomPop explicitly states that it does not unlock its phones for domestic GSM usage:
    ...
  19. They are compatible, but usually not unlockable...

    They are compatible, but usually not unlockable (if your are not Sprint proper customer) for domestic GSM (AT&T and T-Mobile) usage. FreedomPop explicitly states that it does not unlock its phones...
  20. See PM with the link.

    See PM with the link.
  21. Some Sprint/FreedomPop CDMA/LTE phones are unlockable for GSM/UMTS/LTE usage

    Just to let you know: some CDMA/LTE Freedompop phones are unlockable for GSM usage (domestic and international).

    You can do it with Samsung phones

    ...
  22. It looks like CellNuvo or RingPlus, but I do not...

    It looks like CellNuvo or RingPlus, but I do not care to install this app on my old phone that I use as GPS device running Waze in the car.

    I would not recommend to use this service as main/only...
  23. Their parent company is True Wireless ...

    Their parent company is True Wireless

    https://gotruewireless.com/

    which is Lifeline provider on Oklahoma.

    I ordered SIM from SurgePhone via PayPal. No confirmation email yet.
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    Including free 200/200/200 ?

    Including free 200/200/200 ?
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    There is no chance that RP (or Ting) will provide...

    There is no chance that RP (or Ting) will provide free service to former FP users. But there is a chance that it will be cheap service ($4/month or even less): even today RP has annual plan for $50...
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