What is my Net10 account number?

Net10. Your account number is the MEID or IMEI serial number on your phone, or the last 15 digits of your BYOP SIM card. You must contact Net10 to create a PIN.

Is NET10 owned by AT?

Things To Know About Net10 Before You Subscribe NET10 Wireless is an MVNO that operates on all 4 major networks, Verizon, AT, Sprint and T-Mobile. The company was founded in 1996 and it is one of several brands that is owned and operated by TracFone.

How do I activate my free NET10 phone?

How do I Activate my NET10 phone? You can Activate your NET10 phone on this website or you can call 1-877-TEN-CENT (1-877-836-2368) from a landline phone.

Does Net10 use AT?

Net10 Wireless coverage Net10 Wireless doesn’t use just one network, it uses all the networks. At least, all of the big four networks (AT, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon).

What are the advantages of Net10?

No contract .

  • Pay as you go option .
  • Auto-Pay option .
  • Family Plan .
  • You can transfer your existing phone number to Net10 so you don’t have to worry about the hassle of a new phone number.
  • Unlimited talk,text,and DATA.
  • Lots of different phones to choose from including iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3.
  • Can I use an ATT phone on NET10?

    Any T-Mobile or AT phone except for a Blackberry will operate for text and voice. T-Mobile and AT phones do not have to be unlocked as long as you are using Straight Talk and NET10 AT SIM with an AT phone and Straight Talk or a Net10 T-Mobile SIM with these phones.

    Do NET10 phones work with SafeLink?

    NET10 Wireless also allows customers to bring AT, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, or unlocked GSM phones to NET10 by buying a SIM card or activation kit and air time from the company. This program does not work with Blackberry and branded Straight Talk, SafeLink, TracFone, Total Wireless, and NET10 phones.

    Does AT own NET10 unlimited?

    Re: Does at&t own net10 unlimited? Net10, TracFone and Straight Talk are all owned by América Móvil, a subsidiary of Mexico’s largest telephone company. Since they do not have their own networks, they lease service from AT, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and others. They are called Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO).