What GSM bands does Straight Talk use?
Straight Talk 1800 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA/ HSPA+). 1900 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA/ HSPA+/ 1xRTT/ EVDO). 4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE).
What LTE bands does Straight Talk use?
If you want to use Straight Talk’s plan on the T-Mobile network, your phone should ideally support all of the following LTE bands: 2, 4, 12, 66, 71 . At a minimum, your phone should support LTE bands 2 and 4. However, band’s 12, 66, and 71 help to provide a better signal inside buildings and wider network coverage.
Which phone company uses Wcdma 850/1900/2100 MHz?
Carrier Frequencies and Bands
|Carrier||3G Frequencies||4G Bands|
|Verizon||CDMA 800, 1900 PCS||2, 4, 5, 13*, 66|
|AT||GSMA/HSPA/HSPA+ 1900 MHz, 850 MHz||2, 4, 5, 12*, 14, 17*, 29, 30, 66|
|T-Mobile||GSM/HSPA/HSPA+ 1900 MHz, 1700/2100 MHz||2*, 4*, 5, 12*, 66, 71*|
Does Straight Talk use GSM or CDMA?
Straight Talk offers support for both CDMA and GSM devices, as it piggybacks on the T-Mobile, Sprint, AT, and Verizon’s networks. Straight Talk offers no-contract plans for individuals on 30-day refills that start at basic talk, text, and limited data, all the way up to unlimited data.
What band does my cell phone use?
You can easily determine the frequency of your cell phone in your given area. Visit wirelessadvisor.com, enter your zip code, and hit the search button. A list of all the cell phone carriers in your area will appear. Find your carrier on the page and cell phone frequency is listed next to ‘SYSTEM:’ in MHz.
What carriers are compatible with Straight Talk?
With Straight Talk’s Keep Your Own Phone program, you can get Straight Talk service on your current phone, as long as it is compatible with our KYOP program. Compatible phones include AT Compatible phones, T-Mobile Compatible phones, Sprint Compatible Phones, as well as most GSM and CDMA Unlocked phones.