List of United States mobile virtual network operators

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Mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) in the United States lease wireless telephone and data spectrum from major carriers such as AT&T Mobility, Sprint Corporation, T-Mobile US, and Verizon Wireless for resale.

Voice and data service operators[edit]

CompanyHost networkWireless technology[1]WebsiteBYOD [2]NotesPrice of Unlimited Data
2600hzSprintCDMA2600hz.comYesFixed Line and Mobile Integration. At 2013 TechCrunch Disrupt, 2600hz announced that it had become a Sprint MVNO.[3]
420 WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900,
LTE bands 17/4
420wireless.comYesDonates a portion of the proceeds to legalize cannabis in the US$56.95 for Unlimited Everything with only 500 mb of 4G service but with Unlimited 3G [4]
Affinity CellularVerizonCDMAaffinitycellular.comNoMarkets exclusively to members of the American Automobile Association.Does not exist, The company charges $0.25 for every megabyte the user goes over their limit.
AirVoice WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
airvoicewireless.comYesNo Unlimited Data Plan. User's Plans for 30 day period....$30 for 500 MB, $40 for 1 GB, $50 for 2 GB, and $60 for 3 GB of data.
Black WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
blackwireless.comYesOwned by Locus Telecom. Geared toward Family plans$60 a month for 2 gigabytes of 4G data and then unlimited 3G data. This package comes with unlimited talk and text.[5]
Boost MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
boostmobile.comNoSubsidiary of Sprint Corporation.
BrightspotT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
brightspotmobile.comYesSubsidiary of Target Corporation.
BYO WirelessVerizonCDMAbyowireless.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)
campusSIMsT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
campussims.comYesMarkets to international students studying in the United States.
Cellular AbroadAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
cellularabroad.comYesMarkets to international travelers in the U.S.
Cellular AbroadT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
cellularabroad.comYesMarkets to international travelers in the U.S.
Chit Chat MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
chitchatmobile.comYesHeavily focused in San Antonio/Texas. Allows activation of most Sprint devices.
CLOvENSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
clovenwireless.comYesWebsite was down in July, August and September, 2014.
Consumer CellularAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900,
LTE bands 17/4
consumercellular.comYesMarketed to seniors. Only AT&T MVNO that allows both LTE and voice, text, and data roaming.
Credo MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
credomobile.comNoDonates 1% of customer charges to nonprofit and activism groups. A division of Working Assets.
Cricket WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
cricketwireless.comYesSubsidiary of AT&T.[6]
Defense MobileAT&T
Sprint
Verizon
GSM
CDMA
LTE
defensemobile.netYesBuilt exclusively for veterans, military service members and their families.
DivvyAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
divvymobile.comYesEncourages members to advertise the operator with social media.
EcoMobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
ecomobile.comLimitedAllows activation of Sprint devices.
Español MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
espanolmobile.comYesNot yet operational as of September 2014, since July 2014. Targets the Hispanic community in the USA. Owned and operated by Pix Wireless.
Expo MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
expomobile.comLimitedAllows activation of CDMA, WIMAX and LTE Sprint devices. Free Direct international calling.
FamilyTalk WirelessSprintCDMA,
LTE
familytalkwireless.comYes
FamilyTalk WirelessVerizonCDMAfamilytalkwireless.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)
FamilyTalk WirelessAT&TGSM,
LTE
familytalkwireless.comYes
Flash WirelessSprintCDMA,
LTE
flashwireless.comYesThis is Sprint's generic bandwidth; Sprint in all but name, billed at discounts in the name of Flash Wireless (s), with proceeds apportioned towards the charity of Will-Play-for-Food.
Flash WirelessVerizonCDMAflashwireless.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)This is Verizon's generic bandwidth; Verizon in all but name, billed at discounts in the name of Flash Wireless, with proceeds apportioned towards the charity of Will-Play-for-Food.
FreedomPopSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE bands 25 (FDD), 26 (FDD), 41 (TDD)
freedompop.comLimited[7]Voice calls and text message over data connection. Runs on WiMax, Sprint 3g, 4g and LTE [8]
GHz CellularAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
ghzcellular.comYes
GIV MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
givmobile.comYesDonates 8% of a customer's bill to a chosen charity.
good2GO MobileAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
good2gomobile.comYes
good2GO MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
good2gomobile.comLimitedAllows activation of most Sprint devices.
GoSmart MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
gosmartmobile.comYesOwned by T-Mobile US.
H2O WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
h2owirelessnow.comYesOwned by Locus Telecom.
i-wirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
krogeriwireless.comLimited[9]Owned by Kroger.
Infinium WirelessSprintCDMAinfiniumwireless.comYes
Infinium WirelessVerizonCDMAinfiniumwireless.comCDMA only (LTE SIM cards)
Infinium WirelessT-MobileGSMinfiniumwireless.comYes
Infinium WirelessAT&TGSMinfiniumwireless.comYes
Itel UTelSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
itelutel.comLimitedMarkets service under the Itel Wireless brand.
Jaguar MobileSprintCDMAjaguarmobile.comLimited
Jolt MobileAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
joltmobile.comYes
KajeetSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
kajeet.comLimitedService targeted for children. Allows activation of some Sprint devices.
KDDI MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
kddimobile.comNoMarkets to Japanese community.
KDDI Mobile SIM card planAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
kddimobile.comYesCo-branded H2O Wireless SIM
LycaMobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
lycamobile.usYesOwned by LycaMobile. No roaming access, service restricted to T-Mobile's network.
MetroPCST-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900,
LTE band 4
metropcs.comYesOwned by T-Mobile US.
NET10 WirelessT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900,
LTE
(Nano Sims)
net10wireless.comLimited[10]Subsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil.
NET10 WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900,
LTE bands 17/4
net10wireless.comLimitedSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. BYOP is available at net10byop.com.
NET10 WirelessVerizonCDMAnet10wireless.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)Allows activation of 3G Verizon devices.
NET10 WirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
net10wireless.comNo
NTT DoCoMo USAT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
docomousawireless.comNoSubsidiary of NTT DoCoMo, web site in Japanese only
Page Plus CellularVerizonCDMA,
LTE band 13/4
pagepluscellular.comYES[11]Subsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Allows activations of most 3G and 4G Verizon phones including iPhones 4/4S and Blackberry. Limited to 3G speeds. iPhones now officially supported.
Pix WirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
pixwireless.comYesNot yet operational as of September 2014, since July 2014. Allows activation of Sprint devices.
Proven WirelessSprintCDMAprovenwireless.comYes
Proven WirelessVerizonCDMAprovenwireless.comCDMA only (LTE SIM cards)
Proven WirelessT-MobileGSMprovenwireless.comYes
PTel (PlatinumTel)T-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
ptel.comYesOwned by PTel. No roaming access, service restricted to T-Mobile's network.
Pure TalkUSAAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
puretalkusa.comYesAllows for rollover data.
Ready MobileSprintCDMAreadymobile.comYesOwned by MVNA, Ready Wireless
Ready MobileVerizonCDMAreadymobile.comNoOwned by MVNA, Ready Wireless
Ready SIMT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
readysim.comYesMarketed to travelers. SIM card shipped worldwide. Operated by Roam Mobility.
Red Pocket MobileAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
goredpocket.comYes
Red Pocket MobileSprintCDMA,
LTE band 25
goredpocket.comLimited
Red Pocket MobileVerizonCDMAgoredpocket.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)
Republic WirelessSprintCDMArepublicwireless.comNoA division of Bandwidth.com, Inc. Primarily uses VoIP over Wi-Fi. Cellular network on Sprint and roaming partners, including but not limited to Verizon.
Ring Plus, IncSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
ringplus.netYesFree [12] and News, Live cloud voice translator, Roaming, WiFi calling enabled, BYOD.[13]
Roam MobilityT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
roammobility.comYesSold in Canada only. Marketed to travelers to the U.S.
Scratch WirelessSprintCDMAscratchwireless.comNoFree messaging and VoIP calling.
Selectel WirelessVerizonCDMAselectelwireless.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)Activates Verizon 3G devices (excluding BlackBerry). Coverage includes Verizon and its roaming partners.
Shaka MobileSprintCDMAshakamobile.comNoTheir domain name expired on 8/31/2014 and is pending renewal or deletion.
SIM Shalom MobileAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
simshalom.co.ilYesMarkets to Israelis traveling to the U.S.
Simple MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900,
HSPA+ 1700
mysimplemobile.comYesSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil.
SkyView WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
skyvw.comYes
Smart VoyagerGlobe TelecomGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
smartvoyager.co.ukYesInternational roaming SIM for travellers and the maritime industry (calls to Inmarsat from only 0.19 USD/min). Headquarters in the United Kingdom.
SolaveiT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
solavei.comYes
Speed Talk MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
speedtalkmobile.comYes
Spot MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
spotmobile.comYesSpot Mobile had a contract with an underlying carrier that matured and was going through a sale which did not materialize. The Company has made the decision to wind down its business and will no longer be processing refills. Customer's account/services will terminate effective September 7, 2014 at 11:59pm (EST). The information required to PORT OUT your number is your Account Number which is your telephone number and PIN/PASSWORD which is 1234.
Straight TalkT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900,
LTE
(Nano Sims)
straighttalk.comYesSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Venture with Walmart. Phones using T-Mobile's network are labeled "GSM-T" on the packaging. Voice calls and SMS texts allowed while roaming.
Straight TalkAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900,
LTE bands 17/4
straighttalk.comYesPhones using AT&T's network are labeled "GSM-A" on the packaging. Voice calls and SMS texts allowed while roaming.
Straight TalkVerizonCDMAstraighttalk.comCDMA only (no SIM cards)Subsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Phones using Verizon's network are labeled "CDMA-V" on the packaging. Limited BYOP available at straighttalkbyop.com.
Straight TalkSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
straighttalk.comYesPhones using Sprint's network are labeled "CDMA-S" on the packaging.
Telcel AméricaT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
telcelamerica.comYesSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Marketed to Hispanic consumers.
Telcel AméricaVerizonCDMA,
850/1900MHZ
telcelamerica.comNoSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Marketed to Hispanic consumers.
Telcel AméricaSprintCDMA,
850/1900MHZ
telcelamerica.comNoSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Marketed to Hispanic consumers.
Telcel AméricaAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
telcelamerica.comNoSubsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil. Marketed to Hispanic consumers.
Tempo TelecomSprintCDMA,
LTE band 25
mytempo.comNo
TextNowSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
textnow.comYesClaims to be the world's first all-IP mobile operator.[14] Uses a VoIP/SMS app.
TingSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
ting.comLimitedAllows activation of Sprint phones.[15] Voice-only roaming on Verizon and U.S. Cellular. Owned by Tucows.
TotoWirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
totowireless.comYesSubsidiary of Toto Communications, Inc. Also operates as an MVNE.
TracFoneVerizonCDMAtracfone.comYesNow offers smartphones and data. Traditional minutes refill cards also add equal amounts of text and data (in MB) to smartphones. Recent smartphone offerings have been on the Verizon network exclusively.
TravelSimAT&TGSM 850/1900travelsim.comYesInternational roaming SIM that operates as MVNO. Headquarters in Estonia.
TravelSimT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
travelsim.comYesInternational roaming SIM that operates as MVNO. Headquarters in Estonia.
TruphoneAT&TGSM 850/1900truphone.comYesInternational SIM that operates as a local MVNO in some countries. Based in Raleigh, NC.
TruphoneT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
truphone.comYesInternational SIM that operates as a local MVNO in some countries. Based in Raleigh, NC.
TVC MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
tvcmobile.comYes
Ultra MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
LTE 1700
ultra.meYesOnly unlimited talk and text plans with low LTE data cap available, but all plans include unlimited talk and text to many countries in the world. $1 extra will be added on top of advertised prices for all plans as fee and surcharge. Sales tax will also be added if order online via their web site.
Univision MobileT-Mobileen.univisionmobile.comYesSpecializes in contacting Latin America, univisionmobile.com (without "en." subdomain) is in Spanish.
UppWirelessT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
uppwireless.comYesData only plans. Unlimited Talk/Text through VoIP$35 for up to 3 GB of 4G data, no unlimited data plan
UWT MobileAT&TGSM 850/1900uwtmobile.comYesInternational roaming SIM Cards.No data plan, talk and text only
UWT MobileSprintCDMAuwtmobile.comYesInternational roaming SIM Cards.No data plan, talk and text only
UWT MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
uwtmobile.comYesInternational roaming SIM Cards.No data plan, talk and text only
Virgin Mobile USASprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
virginmobileusa.comNoSubsidiary of Sprint Corporation.$55 for up to 6 GB of LTE, no unlimited data plan
Voyager MobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
voyagermobile.comLimitedStartup by Voyager Telecom.$75 + taxes for up to 4 GB of LTE with unlimited text and talk, no unlimited data plan
Walmart Family MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 1700/1900
walmart.comYesVenture between Walmart and T-Mobile. Data delivered at 3G speeds.[16]$34.88 for up to 2.5 GB of 3G data with unlimited text and talk, no unlimited data plan
ZingPCSSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
zingpcs.comYesOwned by FlaTel Wireless, Inc.$69.99 for unlimited LTE, text and talk

Voice service operators[edit]

The following table lists operators focused on providing voice calls. Additional services may include SMS and basic low-speed data access.

CompanyHost networkWireless technologyWebsiteNotes
AirLink MobileSprintCDMA 1900airlinkmobile.com
EarthtonesAT&TGSM 850/1900earthtones.comDonates all profits to environmental organizations.
Español MobileSprintCDMAespanolmobile.comOwned and operated by Pix Wireless. Allows activation of Sprint devices. Not yet operational as of September 2014, since July 2014.
GreatCallVerizonCDMA 1900greatcall.comFormerly Jitterbug, still sells Jitterbug model. Marketed to seniors.
H2O WirelessVerizonCDMA 850/1900h2owirelesscdma.comOwned by Locus Telecom.
Jaguar MobileSprintCDMAjaguarmobile.com
Liberty WirelessSprintCDMA 1900libertywireless.com
Mobal FreedomAT&TGSM 850/1900mobalfreedom.com
Pix WirelessSprintCDMApixwireless.comAllows activation of Sprint devices. Not yet operational as of September 2014, since July 2014.
Pure UnlimitedAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
pureunlimited.netFormerly Pure Prepaid.
Q Link WirelessSprintCDMA 1900QLinkWireless.comFederally assisted wireless service.
STI MobileSprintCDMA 1900stimobile.com
Total Call MobileSprintCDMA 1900totalcallmobile.com
TracFoneAT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, VerizonGSM,
CDMA
tracfone.comSubsidiary of América Móvil. Data access charged as minutes while browser is running.
ZERO11 WirelessAT&TGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
zero11wireless.comOwned by Americatel. Subsidiary of Red Pocket Mobile.

Mobile broadband operators[edit]

Unless specified otherwise, mobile broadband providers require the purchase of a dedicated mobile broadband modem.

CompanyHost networkWireless technologyWebsiteNotes
BroadbandBLUESprintCDMAbroadbandblue.com
Chit Chat MobileSprintWiMAXchitchatmobile.com
DataJackSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
datajack.com
EarthLinkSprintWiMAXearthlink.net
EcoMobileSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
ecomobile.comAllows activation of Sprint devices.
Español MobileSprintCDMAespanolmobile.comOwned and operated by Pix Wireless. Allows activation of Sprint devices. Not yet operational as of September 2014, since July 2014.
FreedomPopSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE
freedompop.comSprint 3G data access with dedicated device.
GHz WirelessSprint[17]CDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE
ghzwireless.com
H2O WirelessAT&T, SprintGSM,
WiMAX
h2owirelessnow.comOwned by Locus Telecom.
Internet on the GoSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
internet-go.comOwned by Walmart.
KarmaSprintWiMAXyourkarma.comEncourages sharing connection with non-subscribers. Data does not expire. LTE support coming in 2014.[18]
MillenicomVerizonCDMA,
LTE
millenicom.comOct 2014 Taken over by Verizon, new rates have not been announced.
NetZeroSprintWiMAXnetzero.comTransitioning to Verizon's CDMA and Sprint's CDMA/LTE network in Q2 2014.[19]
Pix WirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
pixwireless.comAllows activation of Sprint devices. Not yet operational as of September 2014, since July 2014.
Red Pocket MobileT-MobileGSM,
UMTS
goredpocket.comDoes not offer/require a Red Pocket branded hotspot or USB modem.
SIMple MobileT-MobileGSM,
UMTS
mysimplemobile.comNo dedicated modem required. Subsidiary of TracFone Wireless/América Móvil.
SelectelVerizonCDMA,
3G
selectelwireless.comPlans at $50–5GB, $35–3GB and $20–1GB
TingSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
ting.comOwned by Tucows.
TruConnectSprintCDMAtruconnect.com
Virgin Mobile USASprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE
virginmobileusa.comOwned by Sprint Corporation.

M2M and business services operators[edit]

Machine to machine (M2M) services providers
CompanyHost networkWireless technologyWebsiteNotes
Aeris CommunicationsSprint, EE, VodafoneGSM,
CDMA
aeris.comGlobal network provider.
CrossBridge Solutions (Telit)AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, Rogers, Iridium, Vodafone, TelefónicaGSM,
CDMA
crossbridgesolutions.comGlobal provider.
Jazz Wireless DataT-Mobile, Verizon, Rogers, TelefónicaGSM,
CDMA
jazzwirelessdata.comGlobal provider.
KORE TelematicsVodafone, AT&T, Verizon, RogersGSM,
CDMA,
Satellite
koretelematics.comGlobal provider, business services only.
Raco WirelessT-Mobile, EE, Sprint, Telefónica, RogersGSM,
CDMA
racowireless.comGlobal provider.
Wyless GroupT-Mobile (USA, UK, Austria), Verizon, Sprint, Rogers, Telefónica, Claro (Brazil), Vivo (Brazil), Singtel (Asia), O2 (UK, Ireland) and othersCDMA 1900,
GSM 850/1900, LTE
wyless.comGlobal network, hardware, and managed services provider.

Providers of business services[edit]

CompanyHost networkWireless technologyWebsiteNotes
CbeyondSprintCDMA 1900cbeyond.netBusiness services. Formerly Beyond Mobile.
CHT GlobalSprintCDMA,
LTE band 25
chtglobal.comLaunched in July 2013.[20]
Cognia MobileT-MobileGSM 850/1900,
UMTS 850/1900
cognia.comIn-network mobile recording.
Excel WirelessSprintCDMA 1900excelws.net

Defunct, merged and acquired operators[edit]

CompanyHost networkWireless technologyWeb siteEnd dateNotes
7-Eleven Speak Out WirelessAT&T, SprintGSM,
CDMA
2010
Amp'd MobileVerizonCDMA2007Bankrupt.
Circle-K Talk-and-GoAT&TGSM2011
ComcastSprint, ClearwireCDMA,
WiMAX
2011No longer offering mobile services.
Common Cents MobileSprintCDMA2011Defunct and merged into payLo by Virgin Mobile.
CoxSprintCDMA2012
Disney MobileSprintCDMA2007
EmbarqSprintCDMA2009
ESPN MVPSprintCDMA2006
Firefly MobileAT&TGSM,
UMTS
fireflymobile.com2012Ceased MVNO sales. Still sells GSM phones for use with other providers. (Website (http://fireflymobile.com)times out.)
Fuzion MobileAT&TGSM,
UMTS
fuzionmobile.com2013Web site times out; this provider may be out of business. (Still times out as of 8-21014)
GTC WirelessAT&TGSM2009Merged with Total Call Mobile.
HelioSprintCDMA2010Shut down after purchase by Virgin Mobile USA.
iQ CellularAT&T, Sprint, VerizonCDMA2014iQ Cellular is no longer providing cellular services.
Jump MobileCricketCDMA2010Leap Wireless retired the Jump Mobile brand.
Lucky WirelessVerizonCDMA2011
Mi Gente MobileSprintCDMA,
LTE
migentemobile.com2013Lifestyle brand targeting Latinos. Web site times out; this provider may be out of business.
Mingo WirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
mingowireless.com2012
MOSH MobileCentennial WirelessGSM2012
MovidaSprintCDMA2012
Omni Prepaidomniprepaid.com2012Left the MVNO Market in 2012.
Next G MobileVerizonCDMAnextgmobile.com2013Shut down 31 December 2013.
PhonataAT&T, Sprint, VerizonGSM,
UMTS,
CDMA
phonata.com2013
PrepaYd WirelessSprintCDMA,
WiMAX
prepaydwireless.com2014MVNO Agreement ended by Sprint.
Pure MobileVerizonGSMusepuremobile.com2012Acquired by PureTalkUSA, now GSM only (AT&T).
Qwest WirelessSprintCDMA2010
Simple FreedomAlltelCDMA2007A prepaid subsidiary of Alltel. Merged with Alltel "U Prepaid."
SWT MobileAT&TGSM,
UMTS
swtmobile.com2013
TalkForGoodVerizonCDMAtalkforgood.com2013
Trumpet MobileSprintCDMA 1900trumpetmobile.com2013Merged with Ready Mobile.
TúYo MobileT-MobileGSMtuyo.com2012Owned by IDT Corporation.
VoceAT&TGSM2008Bankrupt.
Votel MobileSprintCDMAvotelmobile.com2014Taken over by Expo Mobile.
WOW Mobile PCSSprintCDMAwowpcsdotorg.homestead.com2012
XCellular USASprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
xcellularusa.net25 July 2014Owned by G Link Systems, Inc.
ZACTSprintCDMA,
WiMAX,
LTE band 25
zact.com3 August 2014Signed off (service ended) after 3 August 2014, provided a link for customers to transfer service to Virgin Mobile at http://newsroom.virginmobileusa.com/zact
ZappSprintCDMAzappunlimited.com2012Acquired by PrepaYd Wireless.
ZUMA PrepaidSprintCDMA 1900amitygroup.com/zuma.htm2013

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ BOYD or BYOP -- "Bring Your Own Device/Phone." Willing to connect compatible devices not sold by the company.
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  17. ^ FAQ. GHz Cellular. Retrieved on 2014-05-19.
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