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DO YOU KNOW WHICH CARRIER YOUR DEVICE IS COMPATIBLE WITH?
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INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DEVICE
The serial number entered is not valid to continue with this transaction. Please check the number and try again.
Please enter your device's IMEI or MEID.
You can find the number by dialing *#06# on your phone (only enter the numbers before the - or \ ). For more help or help on tablets, select the question mark below.
Tips on how to find your IMEI, MEID, or Serial Number:
- If you have an iPhone or iPad, go to Settings > General > About.
- If you have an Android device, go to Settings > About Device (or About Phone) > Status. Some devices have an extra step: IMEI information.
- If you have a Straight Talk feature phone, go to Menu > Prepaid > Serial Number.
- For most phones, you can try removing the back cover and then looking for the IMEI, MEID, or Serial number. For some models, the number is located below the battery.
We noticed that you are trying to switch to Straight Talk.
Please note that all Services from your phone will be lost during the switch, including enrollments and service plans on the Reserve.
Please note that your service plan on the Reserve will be lost.
Please note that your enrollments will be lost.
Since your CURRENT phone has a SIM Card, you aren't going to need the new SIM card entered. Please save the SIM Cad from your package for future transactions. We are going to switch your service with the existing SIM card attached to your phone.
SELECT THE CARRIER THAT IS COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR DEVICE
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU CAN BRING YOUR DEVICE! ALL YOU NEED IS AN AT&T-COMPATIBLE SIM CARD FROM STRAIGHT TALK.
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU CAN BRING YOUR DEVICE! ALL YOU NEED IS A T-MOBILE-COMPATIBLE SIM CARD FROM STRAIGHT TALK.
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU CAN BRING YOUR DEVICE! ALL YOU NEED IS AN AT&T OR T-MOBILE-COMPATIBLE SIM CARD FROM STRAIGHT TALK.
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU CAN BRING YOUR DEVICE! ALL YOU NEED IS A VERIZON-COMPATIBLE SIM CARD FROM STRAIGHT TALK.
SELECT THE SIZE OF YOUR SIM CARD
Please enter your shipping address so that we can send you your new SIM card. Your SIM card should arrive within 3 to 7 business days.
WE RECEIVED YOUR ORDER!
Congratulations! Your SIM card will ship soon!
We will send you an email confirmation when it ships. If you haven't heard back from us within 3 business days, please contact our Customer Care Center at 1-877-430-2355. Be sure to take note of your ticket number which can be seen below.
Once you receive your SIM card, please return to our website to Activate your service.
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IS YOUR DEVICE CURRENTLY ACTIVE?
GREAT NEWS! YOU CAN BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE!
The IMEI/MEID and SIM card are not compatible.
YOUR DEVICE IS NOT COMPATIBLE
Unfortunately, your device will not work with our Bring-Your-Own-Device Program.
Unfortunately, your device will not work with our Bring-Your-Own-Device program.
The good news is that Straight Talk has all the best devices from all the brands you love. Find the best one for you online or at Wal-Mart.
YOUR PHONE'S COMPATIBLE CARRIER
PLEASE SELECT YOUR CURRENT SERVICE PROVIDER
Your current service provider uses different networks. To find out what carrier is compatible with your phone, you can try one of the following:
- Contact your current service provider and ask them what carrier they are using.
- Contact your current service provider and ask if your phone can be unlocked.
IF YOU DON'T KNOW YOUR DEVICE'S CARRIER
If you don't know the carrier, try turning the device off and back on and watch the screen. Some devices will display the network or carrier logo when starting up.
If this does not work, contact your service provider to find out what carrier it was using or if your phone can be unlocked.
In order to connect to the Straight Talk 4G LTE network, your device must operate on Band II, IV or in certain areas, Band 12. For 3G or other 4G service, your device must operate on Band II (1900 MHz) or IV (1700/2100 MHz). GSM devices that do not support these bands may operate at 2G (EDGE) speeds.