Straight Talk BYOP CDMA program delayed, NET10 to support it too

7 Responses

  1. Mike says:

    ST customer service is horrible if you read their FB page. And, that’s just the tip of the iceberg because most people just call their toll-free number. Apparently, unless you have an unlimited talk plan, they also charge you MINUTES for being on hold with their CS.

  2. glenn says:

    I would like to switch my Verizon phone over to straight talk how do I do that

  3. Melanie Hellwig says:

    I have a Verizon phone and bought a sim card kit through straight talk at wallmart and was told it was a CDMA but not sure if it was LTE compatible so I bought the kit and tried it out but, following the activation steps, it keeps saying I entered the wrong last 15 digits of the service card serial number. I tried entering the number underneath the barcode on the service card and that didn’t work either. I tried entering the number underneath the barcode off the CDMA Network access code card and that didn’t work. Which serial number do they want, what does it look like, and where can I find it?!! I tried the serial number under the battery of the phone but they said that it would not be found in their system since it wasn’t activated or registered yet. And why do they the serial number is the same as the phone’s MEID number, cause it’s NOT THE SAME!!!! PLEASE HELP ME FAST!

  4. Summer Douglas says:

    Help…. I had a optimus phone that had the 45$ prepaid plan with straight talk and on june 20 2015 (the other day) I got a phone card and refilled my 45$ plan and ended up dropping phone in the pool. So I got the Moto E (2nd generation) called to switch my straight talk phone number to it and they said it was a net10 carrier not straight talk. So how can I get this new phone to work on straight talk and not net10

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    […] Talk CDMA BYOP site has been launched finally after being initially announced for March 26 and delayed afterwards. At first, the site was dysfunctional but it’s been sorted out and works properly […]

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