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What Phones Work with the Straight Talk & Net 10 Bring Your Own Phone Programs?

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We last updated this article on May 11, 2020 to bring you the latest and greatest information!

Bring your own phone to Straight Talk with Straight Talk SIM and save thousands on your cell phone bill.

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.

Be sure to read the details, as just being on the list below is not good enough – your phone must also be unlocked or locked to postpaid Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile.

Also, if your phone is not on the list below it may still work if it is unlocked or locked to postpaid Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile. This is not an exhaustive list of all phones that work.

If you are unsure, ask us in the comment section below!

Straight Talk and Net 10 Bring Your Own Phone Plans

Here are some of the plans you can choose from:

PlanProviderTalkTextDataPrice
5 GB Fast DataStraight TalkUnlimitedUnlimited5GB$35, $34 with Auto-Refill
25 GB Fast DataStraight TalkUnlimitedUnlimited25GB Fast
Unlimited 2G
$45, $44 with Auto-Refill
Ultimate Unlimited PlanStraight TalkUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited*
Includes 10GB Hotspot Data
$55, less with Auto-Refill
1GB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited1GB Fast
Unlimited 2G
$20
4GB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited4GB Fast
Unlimited 2G
$35, $31.50 with Auto-Refill
8 GB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited8GB Fast
Unlimited 2G
$40, $36 with Auto-Refill
10GB Fast DataNet 10UnlimitedUnlimited10GB Fast
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

(1) Look below at the list of phones & make sure your phone is unlocked or locked to Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint, it will work on Straight Talk or Net 10 SIM.

(2) If your phone is not on the list, it may still work if it is unlocked, or locked to AT&T, locked to Verizon, locked to Sprint, or locked to T-Mobile. Also, please make sure your phone is not on the list of “Phones that won’t work” at the bottom of this article.

(3) If you still aren’t sure, leave us a comment below and we’ll try to help as much as we can!

If your phone won’t work, or you just need a new phone, consider purchasing a phone from the list below, or a low-cost phone from Straight Talk if you are in this situation.




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
Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5C
Apple iPhone 5S
Apple iPhone 6
Apple iPhone 6S / 6S Plus
Apple iPhone 7
Apple iPhone 7 Plus
Apple iPhone 8
Apple iPhone 8 Plus
Apple iPhone SE
Apple iPhone 10 / X
Apple iPhone XS
Apple iPhone XS Max
Apple iPhone XR
Apple iPhone 11
Apple iPhone 11 Pro
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max
BLU Advance A4
(No 4G)
BLU Advance 5.2 HD
(No 4G)
BLU Studio Mega 2018
(No 4G)
BLU Studio X8 / HD
(T-Mobile only, No 4G)
CAT Rugged Phone – S60, S61, S50, S40, S41, S30, B25, B15, B100
Google Nexus One
Google Nexus S
Google Nexus 4
Google Nexus 5
Google Nexus 6
Google Nexus 5X
Google Nexus 6P
Google Pixel
Google Pixel 2 / 2 XL
Google Pixel 3 / 3a XL
Google Pixel 4 / 4 XL
HTC Amaze 4G
HTC HD2
HTC Inspire 4G
HTC myTouch 4G Slide / 4G / 3G Slide
HTC One – M7, M8, M9
HTC 10 / Evo
Huawei Honor 6x
Huawei Honor 7x
Huawei Honor 8 / 8x / 8x Max
Huawei Mate 10 / Pro
Huawei Mate SE
Huawei P9
Huawei P20 / Pro
Huawei P30 / Pro
Honor 7X
HTC Thunderbolt
LeEco Le S3
Lenovo G5 Plus
LG Nexus 4
LG Nexus 5 – D820
LG Nexus 5x
LG Arena – GT950
LG G2
LG G3
LG G4
LG G5
LG G6 / G6+
LG G7 ThinQ / G7 Fit
LG G8 ThinQ / G8X ThinQ
LG K7
LG Optimus G Pro – E975, E980
LG Optimus L9 – P769
LG Stylo 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6
LG V20
LG V30
LG V35
Motorola Atrix 2
Motorola Atrix 4G
Motorola Backflip – MB300
Motorola Cliq – MB200
Motorola Droid 2 Global
Motorola Droid Maxx
Motorola Moto E
Motorola Moto E2
Motorola Moto E3 / Power
Motorola Moto E4 / Plus
Motorola Moto E5 / Play / Plus
Motorola Moto E Plus
Motorola Moto G2
Motorola Moto G3
Motorola Moto G4
Motorola Moto G5
Motorola Moto G6 / Play
Motorola Moto G Plus
Motorola Moto X
Motorola Moto X Play
Motorola Moto X4
Motorola Moto Z – All Models
Motorola Moto Z2 – All Models
Motorola Moto Z3 – All Models
Nokia 6.1
Nokia 7.1
Nokia Lumina 800
Nokia Lumina 900
OnePlus 5
OnePlus 5t
OnePlus 6
OnePlus 6t
OnePlus 7
Pantech Burst – P9070
Samsung Captivate
Samsung Convoy
Samsung Focus – i917
Samsung Galaxy Express – SGH-1437
Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 – i8160
Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime
Samsung Galaxy J2 / J2 Prime
Samsung Galaxy J3
Samsung Galaxy J7
Samsung Galaxy Note – SGH-I717
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 – GT-N7100
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 – SM-N900V
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung Galaxy Note 6
Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Samsung Galaxy A20 – G550T
Samsung Galaxy On5 – G550T
Samsung Galaxy S II – SGH-T989, SGH-i777
Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
Samsung Galaxy S4 – i9500, SCH-i545, SCH-1337
Samsung Galaxy S4 Active – i537, M919, I9295
Samsung Galaxy S5 – SM-G900
Samsung Galaxy S6 – SM-G920
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge – SM-G925
Samsung Galaxy S6+ Plus
Samsung Galaxy S7 – G930F
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge – G935F
Samsung Galaxy S7 Active – G891A
Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
Samsung Galaxy S8+ Plus
Samsung Galaxy S9
Samsung Galaxy S9+ Plus
Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10+ Plus
Samsung Galaxy S III – i9300
Samsung Galaxy S III Mini – i8190
Samsung Google Nexus S – GT i9020
Samsung Infuse 4G
Sony Xperia L1
Sony Xperia SL – LT26II
Sony Xperia P – LT22i-RD
Sony Xperia S – LT26i-WH
Sony Xperia Z – C6602
(No 4G)
Sony Xperia XA
Sony Xperia XA1
Sony Xperia XZ
Xgody d22
(GSM Only)
Xgody y13
(No 4G)
Xgody y19
(No 4G)
Xgody X200
(No 4G)
xiaomi Redmi 8 / 8A / Note 8 / Note 8 Pro
xiaomi Mi 9 / 9T / 9 Lite
xiaomi 10 / Note 10
ZTE Axon 7
ZTE Axon 7 Mini

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

Phones on these carriers will not work unless they are first unlocked:

  • US Cellular Phones
  • C Spire Wireless Phones
  • nTelos Wireless Phones
  • Metro PCS Phones
  • Verizon Prepaid Phones
  • AT&T Go Phones
  • Total Wireless Phones
  • TracFone Phones
  • SafeLink Phones
  • NET10 Phones
  • Straight Talk Phones
  • Boost Mobile Phones
  • Virgin Mobile Phones
  • Cricket Phones
  • Republic Wireless Phones
  • PagePlus Phones
  • Jitterbug Phones
  • Greatcall Phones
  • BlackBerry Phones (may not work even if unlocked)
  • Nextel Phones (may not work even if unlocked)

Some phones, particularly international / imported phones will also not work on Straight Talk, even if they are unlocked, as they do not support the correct frequency bands. Check Frequency Check if you have one of these types of phones, to verify that it will work on the network that you wish to use on Straight Talk.

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.

When purchasing a SIM, you will need to make a choice about which SIM kit you want to use. Below is a brief guide that describes what the various kits do. Any of them can worked with unlocked phones if the phone is compatible with the network and available in your area.

Bring Your Own Phone Sim KitNetworkBest for
Red / VerizonVerizon CDMAVerizon Locked Phones
Yellow / SprintSprint CDMASprint Locked Phones
Blue / AT&TAT&T GSMAT&T Locked Phones
Pink / T-MobileT-Mobile GSMT-Mobile Locked Phones

If you’re not sure what kit to get, contact Straight Talk customer support.

Conclusion

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.

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3,428 Comments

  • what about a t-mobile motorola blur would that work if so does it need to be unlocked. i tried numerous times and nothing thanks

    • Jessica, Yes you should be able to use the AT&T Pantech Burst on Straight Talk SIM – no problem. See the links above for information on how to save on your SIM card purchase

  • I was wondering since my phone from att is still under contract, would I be able to get a straight talk sim card and use the straight talk plan for $45?

  • I have a droid x by motorola that was under contract with verizon. I really want to switch it to straight talk. Is it possible?

    • Terrell,

      I would avoid off-brand Chinese Android phones, as they are buggy and risky to use from a security perspective. However if they are unlocked they should work with Straight Talk SIM.

  • hey i have a att pantech 4 lte it has a sim card 4g will it work with straight talk and i live out in boston out in country . my daught has a straight talk bought from walmart works great but no sim card . my zip is 31626 can u tell me if it will work.

  • i was wanting to know if an htc vivid that isn’t unlocked for at&t needs to be unlocked in order to use it for straight talk? i am thinkin about buying one just wanted to make sure

  • I do not understand why a GSM Blackberry with all the right radio frequencies required here will not work on this network. Anybody know why that is?

  • I have a lg GX2 from tmobile and I would like to know if I get a sim card from straight talk Can i get service from straight talk?

  • Hi, I bought a new LG-E900h windows phone, I can call and text, but no web browsing…called tech support at Straight Talk, they said that there is no way to set the APN…little help please, really love a windows phone..

  • I have a older t-mobile samsung galaxy 2 side slide phone in excellent condition w/3 GB capability and 850/1900 frequency—-will a straight talk sim card work in that kind of phone?? the T-mobile galaxy 3 was on the list that would work and I think the only difference is 3 GB to 4 GB—-I’d like to use the phone, but refuse to go under contract again—-was with T-mobile for about 8 years and went over my minutes by 1 hour and it cost me $45 extra—- the same as ! month of unlimited straight talk—-need I say more, they lost a customer!—- would appreciate an answer to my question on my E-mail–thank you

  • Will the at&t pantech burst p9070 work with straight talk ??? I’ve read at other sites straight talks Sim card doesn’t fit?? Is this correct

    • Kimberly, The Pantech Burst should work fine with Straight Talk SIM. You may need to get a micro-sim if that is what the phone takes; you can find that out by taking out the current SIM, measuring it and looking up the specifications online.

      • I plan on buying this phone with the intentions of switching it to straight talk.I however already have a phone with straight talk and have paid my bill for this.So my question is if I already have a set up plan with straight talk which sim card do i need to buy for the fx stx 2the at&t compatible thats $14.96 or the at&t compatible sim w/$45 airtime card Bundle thats 54.96?

        • Thanks for your question. If you have a Straight Talk phone that you purchased a Straight Talk SIM For, I believe you can transfer the SIM by calling customer support. If you are trying to transfer the SIM from a regular Straight Talk phone, I don’t think that will work.

    • The LG A340 should work fine with Straight Talk SIM, however you might just consider getting a new phone from Straight Talk so you can use the $30 “All you need” plan. You might also want to check out Phone Bill Cut to look at all of your prepaid options.

  • I have been a straight talk customer for one year. I recently purchased an at&t pantech burst with straight talks SIM card program. I added all of the suggested APN settings into my phone, but for some reason now have zero talk reception when I am at home. I had great reception on my old straight talk phone, what could be the issue?

    • Sara, What was your old Straight Talk phone? It could be that your old phone ran on the Verizon network, and your new phone is on AT&T – and their coverage may not be equivalent in your house.

  • Will the kyocera Rise from virgin mobile work with a straight talk sim, I like the service from straight talk but I want the kyocera rise phone.

    • Sheila, Boost phones cannot be used on Straight Talk. However, she could sell her Boost phone on Craigslist / eBay and get another from Straight Talk; they have phones starting at a very low price (sometimes free)

  • This is a great site!! Much more informative than some of the others I have been to lately! I have been seaching for some answers to a few questions I have before making the ST change.
    I am looking to buy the Samsung Galaxy S2 (i777 vs t989). I have read on some sites that the Galaxy S2 that ST sell has had some of the functions or setting changed thus it isn’t the same as a GS2 I can buy from ebay. What is your info. on this?
    One of the advantages of buying outright would be I could get updates and I believe you don’t from ST. Am I correct on this?
    Would getting updates even do me any good?
    Does it matter if I get a locked AT&T or T-Mobile phone if I plan on using a AT&T SIM?
    Lastly, the i777 vs t989? Can I get 3G on either one?

    • Deanna,

      Thanks for your comment & kind words.

      The Straight Talk Galaxy S2 may or may not ever have an update. Unless there are software bugs, this is probably OK, and you won’t ever need an update. In reality, it is unlikely that the AT&T / T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II phones will see much of an update, they are probably end of life as carriers are focusing on newer/better phones.

      If you buy a AT&T or T-Mobile version of the S2, it does not matter if the phone is unlocked or not. I believe you will be able to get 3G on either one without a problem.

      Let us know what you decide and how it works out!

  • I have a question about a blackberry torch. I have been looking for a smartphone to put onto the straight talk network. This girl has one and told me that she got at SIM card and put it into the blackberry torch and it worked on the straight talk network. This list says that NO blackberrys will work on the network. Is this true or is she just trying to get rid of the phone? I also asked her a question about if the phone came with the SIM card if i bought it and she said no she transfer the card into her new phone. I also thought you could not transfer SIM cards from one phone to another?

    Also had someone else try to sell me a verizon lg spectrum. It is unlocked and he said they got a verizon phone to work with straight talk network as well so he told me if I bought a SIM card it should work. I thought Verizon phones did not work with straight talk and i told him that and he did not believe me.

    Please help!!!!! im in desperate need!!! i really want the verizon lg spectrum to work….love the phone but not going to take a chance of it not working.

    • Ashley, The official Straight Talk position is that BlackBerry phones do not work with their network. However, many people do use GSM BlackBerry phones on the Straight Talk network; they just don’t have access to the BlackBerry features – it just works as a phone with texting & data, no BlackBerry mail, etc. That being said, you probably won’t get any support from Straight Talk if you run into problems since they say “No” to BlackBerry.

      The Verizon phone definitely will not work on Straight Talk.

      Straight Talk has very inexpensive phones, starting at FREE, so just get a new phone from them OR buy one of the phones on the above list by following the link to amazon.com

    • Caleb,

      It appears that Yes, it should work with the Motorola Flipout as it is a GSM phone that supports the 850 & 1900 Mhz bands. You’ll need the phone unlocked unless it is an AT&T or T-Mobile issued phone.

  • Hi I just purchased a brand new phone with intentions to go to straight talk. My question is on the site I bought it from it says at@t amd teen mobile compatible so I was wondering should I buy an at@t micro sim or teen mobile or unlocked sim from your website. I want AT&T coverage but just not sure which micro sim to buy thanks

    • Betty,

      No, the Verizon Pantech 4g will likely not work with Straight Talk. You might want to check out another prepaid carrier called Page Plus, who allows the use of Verizon phones on their network.

  • Hi,

    Just want to know Panteach model #ADR8995VW with Verizon is the GSM phone? Can I use it as the Straight Talk SIM? Can I insert a different SIM card if I out of country?

    Thanks,
    Jen

    • Joseph, The Motorola ATRIX HD MB886 does have GSM capabilities, and should work with Straight Talk SIM. You may need to have it unlocked, unless the phone is locked to AT&T or T-Mobile. The Samsung Captivate slide is a GSM phone from AT&T that should also work with Straight Talk SIM.

    • Debi,

      I would suggest contacting Straight Talk Customer Support on this one. They can advise what is possible with this phone. As you already know, talk & data should work fine.

    • Frank, Yes you can use the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G on Straight Talk without unlocking. Keep in mind that it won’t work on 4G though. However there are other prepaid carriers that do support 4G, see Phone Bill Cut for more information on this.

  • I have a Motorola EX124G tracfone that if I can, would like to use for Straighttalk. It’s GSM and specs say operates on the same 850 & 1900 Mhz bands.

    Just wondering..any help appreciated.

  • Ok…so I recently got a HTC Merge which has a spot for a SIM card..but I have no idea where to go from here. I don’t know if it’s unlocked and if it isn’t how to go about unlocking it…as well as what size SIM to get and activating it for Straight Talk use. Please help!

  • Ok…so I recently got a HTC Merge which has a spot for a SIM card..but I have no idea where to go from here. I don’t know if it’s unlocked and if it isn’t how to go about unlocking it…as well as what size SIM to get and activating it for Straight Talk use. Please help!

  • i have a droid 3 xt-862 unlocked phone and want to use on straight talk. it uses the correct band 850/1900 however i have been told it has to be rooted to use with straight talk. can you please tell me if this is correct. thank u so much

  • Ok…so I recently got a HTC Merge which has a spot for a SIM card..but I have no idea where to go from here. I don’t know if it’s unlocked and if it isn’t how to go about unlocking it…as well as what size SIM to get and activating it for Straight Talk use. Please help me!

  • Can I use my t mobile Samsung sidekick 4g with a straight talk SIM card?

    And if the answer is yes, will I have the same service coverage as my friend who has a different phone with a straight talk sim? Basically I like the phone but t mobile service does not work at my house or work. But my friends straight talk does. Thanks in advance for any help!

    • Yes, you can use your T-Mobile sidekick.

      Your friends phone could have different coverage. If he has an AT&T SIM, his phone will prefer/use the AT&T network. IF he has a T-Mobile SIM, then his phone will use/prefer the T-Mobile network. You might want to get your phone unlocked and choose the AT&T SIM if T-Mobile does not work at your residence.

  • i want to buy a samsung doubletime 1857 and a t-mobile sharp 2009, will they both work om the straight talk sims card????? please help me on this!!!

    • The Samsung doubletime 1857 will work with Straight Talk SIM. IT will need to be unlocked if it is not with AT&T or T-Mobile.

      The T-Mobile Sharp 2009 will work with Straight Talk SIM.

  • I have a iPhone 4 from AT&T that is under contract and was wondering do I have to get my contract terminated to get service with straight talk. Please give me step by step on what I should do when I get the SIM card and the $45 plan card. Thanks

    • 1) Order your SIM from Straight Talk using the links above.
      2) Request Straight Talk to port your number from AT&T
      3) Your AT&T contract will terminate at the number port request
      4) Pay your last AT&T bill and start saving big money on Straight Talk!

  • Hi! I’m looking into Straight Talk since US Cellular is getting out of control with their prices…. Can you tell me if any of these 3 phones from US Cellular will work with Straight Talk??

    HTC Desire
    HTC Touch Pro2
    Blackberry Curve 9330

    Thank you!

    • Pretty much any US Cellular phone will work with Straight Talk SIM if it is unlocked first. The Blackberry phone won’t work as Straight Talk does not allow them on their network.

  • I have a Samsung Captivate Glide, I was wanting to know what all do I have to do to make my Samsung Captivate Glide work on Straight Talk? I was wanting to switch to the Straight Talk $45 unlimited plan. That includes talk,text,and data. Thanks!

    • All you need to do is purchase a SIM using the links above – it will walk you through the process. Then you simply need to install the SIM in your phone with the provided instructions and you’re up and going with Straight Talk!

  • well it says that you canot use a blckberry bu it says that if the phone has gsm 850 and 1900 then i am all set and i looked up the blackberry on your google phone research link at the top of this page and all the blackberies have the gsm 850 and gsm 1900

    • Brandon, You may be able to make the phone feature on a Blackberry work on the Straight Talk network – however most of the other features including the Blackberry e-mail features won’t work. Furthermore, Straight Talk does not allow BlackBerry devices in their terms of service – so it is a true statement that they won’t work.

  • Pantech Breakout according to PCMagazine is a dual band phone that operates in the 850 and 1900 bands. I noticed you’ve told several people that since it’s a Verizon phone, it will not work with Straight Talk. Is this true and why? Thanks.

    • The Pantech Breakout will not work with Straight Talk SIM. The reason for this is that it uses a CDMA radio. Straight Talk SIM only works with phones that have a GSM radio and accept a SIM Card. This is because Straight Talk SIM uses the AT&T and T-Mobile networks, and both of those networks are GSM networks.

  • correction to my question S5 Unlocked 4.0 inch HVGA Touch Screen Cell Phone With Quad Band Dual SIM Dual Cameras will this work with straighttalk PLAN?

  • I have a basic Straight talk phone and it is Verizon network, I love Verizon service and Straight talk. I would like to keep the same phone number and get a touch screen phone from Straight talk and give the old phone to family member with a new number. Can I keep on the verizon network with a new Staight Talk service and touch screen phone and keep my old number on my new phone and get a new number with my old phone and stay with Straight talk?
    Whew that was long!

    • Sally, You can continue to use Verizon with Straight Talk if you purchase a phone that runs on the CDMA network. I recommend that you check out the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim, as it is a very nice Android touch-screen smartphone that runs on the Verizon network through Straight Talk. Then you can give your old phone to a family member and they can activate it with their own Straight Talk service plan.

  • I want to buy a Unlocked Titanium HTC G2 4G GSM Google Android QWERTY Smartphone for my daughter for christmas and she currently uses straight talk plan. Do you know if this phone will work?

  • I have a Verizon iphone 4 and i was wondering if it was possible to unlock it and use it with straight talk? instead of buying a used AT&T iphone 4

  • If I buy a refurbished iphone 3 from gamestop do I have to jailbreak or unlock to use with straightalk sim card the gamestop guy said it is a at&t phone!