- Feb 25, 2006
- Raleigh, NC
Yep. But you can find mvno in your network of choice with priority data but it’s often a couple bucks more than the cheap mvnoSo what I gather so far…
Verizon, T mobile, US Cellular and ATT are the big 4. They support the secondary services but prioritize their own users and deprioritize others if the network is overly busy, as in big cities or events.
So, if none of that really matters to me, depending on which carrier has service in my area, I’m pretty safe getting consumer cellular or similar and saving a ton of $.
Sounds like it’s safe to say I’ll be visiting some other services here soon and saving a ton of $. 😎
Oh, and any know issues using my current phone and phone number if I go with a different service? Currently have iPhone on Verizon.
if you own the phone it should be unlocked and likely fine on any carrier. Sometimes they will lock them for the first 3 months even if you buy outright.
all the carriers have a page that can check the imie to make sure its unlocked for their network