This Straight Talk phone uses the Sprint network.
answered 1 week, 6 days ago
Again, the SIII featured on THIS page uses the SPRINT native network.
If you want the Verizon version of this phone, DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS PAGE!!
Instead, go to this page (copy-and-paste):
The Verizon version is currently only offered in White. The Sprint version is currently offered in both White and Pebble Blue.
Check the model number carefully:
The Verizon versions will have "968" embedded somewhere in the model number. The Verizon versions will be limited to 3G data speeds.
The Sprint versions will have "960" embedded somewhere in the model number. The Sprint versions will be true 4G LTE phones.
Again, if you want the SIII on Straight Talk to use VERIZON, do not order from this page.
answered 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Yep, and it works pretty well. I have no complaints.
answered 2 weeks, 6 days ago
No, if you purchase the phone featured on THIS page, the S960L, it will use the Sprint native network. This phone is a true 4G LTE phone so if you have access to Sprint LTE, it will have very fast internet/data speeds.
If you want the Verizon version of this phone on Straight Talk, DO NOT ORDER THE PHONE FROM THIS PAGE!!! The Verizon version of the SIII has the model number of S968C and currently is only available in White. Caution: the Verizon version is 3G only and will NOT have access to Verizon's 4G LTE network.
If you'd like to order the Verizon version of the Straight Talk SIII in White, go to this page (copy-and-paste):
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago