Which phone companies use Verizon network?

Voice and data service operators
CompanyHost networkLTE
Page Plus CellularVerizonYes
Patriot MobileSprintYes
Pix WirelessAT&T, Sprint, VerizonYes
Project FiSprint, T-Mobile, Three, U.S. CellularYes
A.

What other carriers use the Verizon network?

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  • 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.
  • What phone company uses Verizon towers?

    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.
  • Who is the owner of straight talk?

    Straight Talk is a service provided by TracFone Wireless Inc., America's largest no-contract cell phone provider in the U.S., with over 25 million subscribers. TracFone Wireless is a subsidiary of América Móvil S.A.B. de C.V.
  • What phone network does Virgin Mobile use?

    The company was launched by Virgin Group in 1999 as the world's first Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO). As a virtual network operator, Virgin Mobile does not maintain its own network, but instead has contracts to use the existing network of EE (called One2One at the time Virgin launched).
B.

Do Straight Talk phones use Verizon towers?

Straight Talk is a type of carrier known as an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), which means that it doesn't run or own a wireless network. Instead, it purchases the right to use towers from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint.
  • Do Straight Talk phones use Verizon towers?

    Straight Talk is a type of carrier known as an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), which means that it doesn't run or own a wireless network. Instead, it purchases the right to use towers from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint.
  • What is TFW carrier mean?

    Answered: What Does Carrier TFW Stand For on Your Straight Talk Phone? It just occurred to me–Straight Talk's parent company is TracFone Wireless!! I.e, TFW. There you go, just in case you wanted to know, TFW stands for TracFone Wireless, the parent company of Straight Talk.
  • How much is straight talk for a year?

    $1.00 Auto-Refill discount available only with the Straight Talk $35, $45, $55, and $60 plan.
C.

What other carriers are compatible with Verizon?

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  • Unlocked. Unlocked phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with services that run on GSM SIM cards.
  • MVNOs. MVNOs or Mobile Virtual Network Operators are smaller carriers such as Cricket Wireless, Credo Mobile, Ting, and Red Pocket.
  • Verizon.
  • AT&T.
  • T-Mobile.
  • Sprint.
  • What other carriers are compatible with Verizon?

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    • Unlocked. Unlocked phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with services that run on GSM SIM cards.
    • MVNOs. MVNOs or Mobile Virtual Network Operators are smaller carriers such as Cricket Wireless, Credo Mobile, Ting, and Red Pocket.
    • Verizon.
    • AT&T.
    • T-Mobile.
    • Sprint.
  • Is Verizon a GSM carrier?

    AT&T uses GSM technology, just like T-Mobile. Verizon and Sprint, on the other hand, use CDMA, which stands for Code Division Multiple Access. All it means is that Verizon can pile on several people to use its network at once.
  • Can you get a Verizon phone to work with AT&T?

    Verizon is a CDMA carrier, and operates on a different technology than AT&T and T-Mobile (which are GSM). However, you should still be able to use your unlocked Verizon 4G LTE device on AT&T or T-Mobile, as most handsets will be compatible with both carriers' LTE bands.

Updated: 3rd October 2019

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