AT&T has Cricket, Sprint has Boost Mobile, T-Mobile has GoSmartMobile and Verizon has Total Wireless. The sub-brands use the same towers and systems as the major brands, but at a lower price and with no contract. Although you should check first, the parent network phone should be compatible with the sub-brand service.
In this way, which cellular companies use the Verizon network?
Networks Used for Prepaid Service
- AT&T: Owns and operates its own network.
- Boost Mobile: Uses the Sprint network.
- Consumer Cellular: Uses the AT&T network.
- Cricket: Uses the AT&T network.
- Jitterbug: Uses the Verizon Wireless network.
- Kajeet: Uses the Sprint network.
- MetroPCS: Owns and operates its own network.
Is total wireless on the Verizon network?
Total Wireless, likely a Verizon MVNO, sells rollover data offerings through Walmart. According to a February PhoneNews report, Total Wireless is owned by América Móvil, which also operates the TracFone Wireless family of MVNO brands. The report also said that the Total Wireless service runs on Verizon's network.