Can I Bring My Device to US Mobile?

Any unlocked device that has a SIM card slot will most likely work with US Mobile. Between our two networks, we support a wide variety of basic phones, tablets and smartphones. Click here to learn about unlocking your phone so that it accepts a US Mobile SIM.

GSM LTE offers the broadest compatibility. If your device has Band 2 1900 Mhz for 2G, you should be able to use it for talk, text and Edge (E) data. For full LTE coverage, the device would need to have Band 4 1700/2100 MHz, Band 2 1900 Mhz and Band 12 700 Mhz.

For our Super LTE network, the requirements are a bit different, so we have a handy compatibility checker built into the ‘Networks’ page. Just enter the 15 digit IMEI of your device to know if you can use it on Super LTE.

If your phone isn’t compatible, we have a selection of inexpensive and unlocked devices on our store.

Our Customer Support team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have. Contact us at 1-878-205-0088, [email protected] or via chat.

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    1. Yes it should as long as its not in contract or there is no payment remaining on it with T-Mobile

  1. Kim Kim

    Trying to figure out if my child’s iphone 5 can be used on your service? Thanks

    1. Hey Kim,

      Couple of things come into play when it comes to bringing a device over, can you email us at [email protected] with the following details on the iPhone? Who was the original carrier? And there should be a model number on the back of the phone starting with A1X? Looking forward to assist you with this =)

  2. marvin marvin

    Can I use my current phone as my US Mobile phone? my phone is Blue Life One X, (it maybe L132L, I am not sure). the phone use micro and Nano SIM card.

    1. Hey Marvin,

      Thanks for getting in touch, from what I can find on the details here the phone should be fully compatible as long as it isn’t tied down to any services i.e. locked or anything. 🙂 If you have further questions, you can always get in touch with us at [email protected]

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