If you're looking to get out of your cell phone plan contract and into a prepaid one, you've come to the right place. Net10 Wireless is a subsidiary of Tracfone, so you're going to find a similar layout for the website, and if you call Net10's customer service, the representatives answer for Tracfone. Oddities aside, Net10 wireless has some amazing deals if you want to switch. This guide will show you how.
Two of the main ways you can switch carriers is to buy a new phone and service plan, or you can opt to keep your phone and current phone number, or change your number. The choice is really yours. The first step in the BYOP method is to check that your phone is compatible with Net10's network, and the website has an easy way of doing so. The company even carries three different types of 3-in-1 SIM cards: Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T compatible. The same goes for people who want to include their tablets on their Net10 plan.
If you prefer to buy a new phone, you can do that too. Net10 offers a payment plan for phones on qualifying purchases. Please note that you will need to buy a plan whether you purchase a new phone or a SIM for your current one.
Once you've made your choice and you're ready, click on the respected option and follow the prompts. If you bring your own phone, just click on the Buy SIM cards option that's under the Shop tab. Follow the prompts and add your plan. Once you receive your kit, you can activate it online.
For those who prefer upgrading to a new phone, pick the phone and add your plan. As always, if you have any questions about making the switch or about tracking your purchase, feel free to call Net10 Customer service representatives. They are available 24 hours a day to help you.
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