Quick Answer: What Kind Of SIM Card Does SafeLink Use?

How do I know if my phone is compatible with SafeLink?

To check if your phone is compatible with our network, text the word BYOP to 611611 or click here..

You can get a SafeLink BYOP SIM Card by applying for the wireless program here. Enter your zip code and select “START” to begin the application process….However, if your phone meets the following criteria, your phone will work with SafeLink:Your phone requires a SIM card. … You have an unlocked phone.More items…

Yes, you can transfer your SafeLink service to another Tracfone you have. Call SafeLink customer service and be prepared to spend sometime on the phone with them.

You cannot do that because a SIM card becomes locked to a Tracfone phone (sister company of Safelink Wireless, where they get the phones) the moment the phone they sent you is powered up. After than, it becomes “unusable” in any other phone or with any other provider.

Your phone requires a SIM card. SafeLink has traditional, Micro, and Nano SIM cards. Micro and Nano SIM cards are smaller than traditional SIM cards and are typically found in newer phones and various iPhone models.

Find your service provider and you’ll quickly see which technology it uses. Safelink Wireless – AT&T GSM, T-Mobile GSM, Sprint CDMA, Verizon CDMA, U.S. Cellular CDMA. Depends on geographic location.

Upon enrollment in the SafeLink Wireless Program, you may have the option of using your own phone (Bring Your Own Phone or BYOP) or purchasing a SafeLink Wireless handset subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the following paragraph.

Safelink Wireless – AT&T GSM, T-Mobile GSM, Sprint CDMA, Verizon CDMA, U.S. Cellular CDMA.

* SafeLink uses the network of Tracfone operating as an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator). SafeLink Wireless provides mobile phone service to those customers who qualify for the LifeLine subsidy, a government-supported telephone program.

Find your service provider and you’ll quickly see which technology it uses. Safelink Wireless – AT&T GSM, T-Mobile GSM, Sprint CDMA, Verizon CDMA, U.S. Cellular CDMA. Depends on geographic location.

All Straight Talk phones are compatible with Safelink… I buy one every year. You don’t need a sim card either, just have them switch your service to your new phone. … I was told any net10 or tracfone phone will work however it is easier with net10.

You cannot do that because a SIM card becomes locked to a Tracfone phone (sister company of Safelink Wireless, where they get the phones) the moment the phone they sent you is powered up. After than, it becomes “unusable” in any other phone or with any other provider.

The phones that Safelink provides come from their parent company, Tracfone, one of the three major prepaid cell phone companies in the country. As the owner of a Tracfone mobile phone, you can get additional minutes the same way any Tracfone customer would.

We’re providing additional services like unlimited talk & text and an extra 5GB of free data* to our valued customers as COVID-19 impacts our lives.

Safelink $40/month unlimited plan. The email I received said the unlimited data is truly unlimited. I use a lot of data watching videos and wonder if data is throttled after so much data is used.