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What Phones Work with the new Straight Talk & Net 10 SIM Cards?

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Want to get unlimited talk, texting and data on Straight Talk or Net 10 for $45 a month?

You can keep your existing phone and take it to Straight Talk or Net 10 to get great service at a great price.  You’ll still use the towers of AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, but you’ll pay Straight Talk instead of your current carrier (even though you’re still using their towers).

Below we will tell you which phones you can use and which plans you can pick from.

Straight Talk and Net 10 Bring Your Own Phone Plans

Here are some of the plans you can choose from:

“Everything” PlanStraight TalkUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited*$45
500 MB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited500 MB 4G
Unlimited 2G
$35, $31.50 with Auto-Refill
3 GB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited1.5 GB 4G
Unlimited 2G
$40, $36 with Auto-Refill
5GB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited5GB 4G
Unlimited 2G
$50, $45 with Auto-Refill

Other plans are available – check Phone Bill Cut to compare all your options.

If you aren’t familiar with Straight Talk, take a moment to read our writeup about some of the advantages and disadvantages of choosing Straight Talk’s prepaid, no contract required cellular service.

When you’re ready to purchase your SIM, please be sure to see our money-saving tips below to save even more!

Keep reading to find out which phones will and won’t work with Straight Talk & Net 10 SIM:

Phones that will work with Straight Talk SIM / Bring Your Own Phone

Below is a list of some of the most popular phones on the market that will work with Straight Talk SIM.  Before we get to that, here’s the basic criteria for a phone to work on Straight Talk SIM Bring Your Own Phone:

  • (1) Phone must be a GSM or CDMA phone with one of the major carriers.
    • If your phone was under a regular contract with AT&T, Cingular, T-Mobile, Verizon, or Sprint it should work.
    • If your phone was originally purchased for a prepaid plan on carrier that is not AT&T, Cingular, T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint – there is a chance it may work, if the phone is unlocked.  However, it may not work. Consider purchasing a low-cost phone from Straight Talk if you are in this situation.
  • (2) Phone must be either unlocked, or locked to AT&T, locked to Verizon, locked to Sprint, or locked to T-Mobile.

Popular Phones that work with Straight Talk SIM / Bring Your Own Phone

Below is a list of popular phones that will work with Straight Talk SIM Bring Your Own Phone. If the original carrier for these phones was not AT&T,  T-Mobile, Sprint or Verizon, the phone will likely need to be unlocked to work with Straight Talk.  You can ask your current carrier to unlock your phone for you, or check out Amazon’s books on phone unlocking.

Click on the phone for more information or to purchase the phone.

Phone / ModelModel NumberPhone Type
Apple iPhone 3iPhone
Apple iPhone 3GSiPhone
Apple iPhone 4iPhone
Apple iPhone 4SiPhone
Apple iPhone 5iPhone
Apple iPhone 5CiPhone
Apple iPhone 5SiPhone
Apple iPhone 6iPhone
Apple iPhone 6SiPhone
Apple iPhone 6S PlusiPhone
Apple iPhone 7 PlusiPhone
Apple iPhone 6S PlusiPhone
Google Nexus OneAndroid
Google Nexus OneAndroid
Google Nexus SAndroid
Google Nexus 4Android
Google Nexus 5Android
Google Nexus 6Android
Google Nexus 5XAndroid
Google Nexus 6PAndroid
HP Pre 3Palm
HTC Amaze 4GAndroid
HTC HD2Windows Mobile
HTC Inspire 4GAndroid
HTC myTouch 4G Slide / 4G / 3G SlideAndroid
HTC OneM7Android
HTC 10Android
Huawei P9Android
HTC ThunderboltAndroid
LG Nexus 4Nexus 4Android
LG Nexus 5D820Android
LG Nexus 5xNexus 5xAndroid
LG ArenaGT950Android
LG G2Android
LG G3Android
LG G4Android
LG G5Android
LG Optimus 4X HDP880Android
LG Optimus G ProE975Android
LG Optimus L9P769Android
Motorola Atrix 2Android
Motorola Atrix 4GAndroid
Motorola BackflipMB300Android
Motorola CliqMB200Android
Motorola Droid 2 GlobalAndroid
Motorola Droid 3Android
Motorola Droid ProAndroid
Motorola Droid MaxxAndroid
Motorola Moto EAndroid
Motorola Moto E 2Android
Motorola Moto G 2Android
Motorola Moto G 3Android
Motorola Moto G 4Android
Motorola Moto XAndroid
Motorola Moto X PlayAndroid
Nokia 5230 Neuron5230Nokia
Nokia Lumina 800Windows Mobile
Nokia Lumina 900Windows Mobile
Pantech BurstP9070Android
Samsung CaptivateAndroid
Samsung Focusi917Windows Mobile
Samsung GalaxyI7500Android
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2i8160Android
Samsung Galaxy NoteSGH-I717Android
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100Android
Samsung Galaxy Note 3SM-N900VAndroid
Samsung Galaxy Note 4Android
Samsung Galaxy Note 5Android
Samsung Galaxy Note 6Android
Samsung Galaxy Note 7Android
Samsung Galaxy SI9000
Samsung Galaxy S 4GAndroid
Samsung Galaxy S IISGH-T989, SGH-i777Android
Samsung Galaxy S II SkyrocketAndroid
Samsung Galaxy S4i9500, SCH-i545Android
Samsung Galaxy S5SM-G900Android
Samsung Galaxy S6SM-G920 Android
Samsung Galaxy S6 EdgeSM-G925 Android
Samsung Galaxy S7G930F Android
Samsung Galaxy S7 EdgeG935F Android
Samsung Galaxy S IIIi9300Android
Samsung Galaxy S III Minii8190Android
Samsung Google Nexus SGT i9020Android
Samsung Infuse 4GAndroid
Samsung JetGT-S8000Android
Samsung Vibrant 4GAndroid
Samsung Vibrant PlusAndroid
Samsung WaveS8500Android
Star i9220i9220Android
Sony Xperia SLLT26IIAndroid
Sony Xperia PLT22i-RDAndroid
Sony Xperia SLT26i-WHAndroid
Sony Xperia ZC6602Android
T-Mobile G2Android

Once you have found the phone that suits you, head over to Straight Talk and buy your Straight Talk SIM!

Buying a New or Used Phone for Straight Talk SIM Bring Your Own Phone

If you are looking to get a phone for use with Straight Talk’s Bring Your Own Phone program, here’s what I would recommend:

Your best bet is going to be to look for a true unlocked phone, one that was unlocked from the beginning.  Use any of the links above to find unlocked versions of those phones.

However – you may also be able to save some money by buying a used, locked phone from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint.  Only buy a locked phone on these carriers, any other locked phone will not work!

Phones that won’t work with Straight Talk SIM Bring Your Own Phone

  • US Cellular Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • C Spire Wireless Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • nTelos Wireless Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • Verizon Prepaid Phones
  • AT&T Go Phones
  • TracFone Phones
  • SafeLink Phones
  • NET10 Phones
  • Straight Talk Phones
  • Boost Mobile Phones
  • Virgin Mobile Phones
  • Metro PCS Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • Cricket Phones
  • Republic Wireless Phones
  • PagePlus Phones
  • US Cellular Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • C Spire Wireless Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • nTelos Wireless Phones (unless unlocked first)
  • BlackBerry Phones
  • Nextel Phones

Purchasing Your Straight Talk / Net 10 SIM

To purchase your Straight Talk SIM, simply head over to Straight Talk and place your order.  The purchase wizard will walk you through selecting the proper SIM for your phone.

To purchase your Net 10 SIM, simply head over to Net 10 and place your order.  The purchase wizard will walk you through selecting the proper SIM for your phone.


If you have a question on whether another phone not listed here will work on Straight Talk or Net 10 SIM, leave a question below in the comments, and I’d be happy to help you.  Be sure to include the following in your question: (1) Phone name, (2) Phone model number, (3) Carrier the phone is running on now, (4) If the phone is locked or unlocked.

1,518 Comments on "What Phones Work with the new Straight Talk & Net 10 SIM Cards?"

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  1. Haley says:

    I have a blue Microsoft Nokia Lumia 640 from cricket, I’m not sure if it’s unlocked or not. I had a friend give it to me… Is it compatible to use on straight talk?

  2. melodie. fuller says:

    I was wondering if the cell phone xgody can be used on straight talk?

  3. Tonny T Wright says:

    I have a ZTE blade A1 that is unlocked. It is a dual sim card phone. It supports GSM 900/1800/1900MHz3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100MHz. Will my phone work with Straight Talks at&t nano sim card?

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