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NET10 AT&T Compatible SIM Card
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- For Use With AT&T or Unlocked GSM Phone
- AT&T GSM Network 850/1900 MHZ
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Top Customer Reviews
I've never felt so stupid when trying to register/buy/activate something online.
So the SIM card is fine - it's a SIM card, ya know? No big deal. But it comes with instructions to activate the card via [...] or a toll free number. Each is equally mind numbing.
Go to the website, start the activation process, enter all the requested information, and then run into a screen which says that an Airtime plan is required for activation. No problem, I understood that I would need to purchase the airtime plan separately. The problem is this: purchasing airtime is not an option unless the phone/SIM has already been activated.
So, I need the airtime plan to activate the SIM, but I need the SIM activated to purchase the airtime plan. What? *Edit: To solve this, go buy the airtime plan from a third party, like Walmart, Best Buy, or Calling Mart - this can be purchased online, code delivered immediately via email.*
To the phone! Calling the toll free number, hoping to get it sorted quickly, I first sit through a long automated message reiterating everything posted online and written in the documentation that came with the SIM. Then I make my selections from the automated menus, the robot tells me they are experiencing high call volume and can't take any more calls, and then hangs up on me. I try again a few more times, and it hangs up on me each time. I wait a few minutes, call back, the robot tells me it will be a 30min wait, and puts me in the queue.Read more ›
Overall, still a great alternative to off contract AT&T users who are looking to jump ship, aren't heavy data users, and who don't/can't get descent T-Mobile service (like me). Additionally, phones coming off AT&T don't have to be unlocked.
FWIW, Straight Talk is now officially a T-Mobile based service (previously AT&T activated Straight Talk subscribers are not affected, except by a similar data cap as mentioned above for NET10). ATM, Straight Talk only offers reduced data speed service, after your prepaid subscription specific monthly amount of full speed data service is reached, for current and new T-Mobile Straight Talk subscribers.
In short, if you have an unlocked GSM (AT&T or T-Mobile) phone, and get decent T-Mobile service, get Straight Talk. If you have a locked GSM AT&T or an unlocked GSM (AT&T or T-Mobile) phone, and can't get decent T-Mobile service, get NET10.
I tried to leave this feedback on other sites, but it did not allow me to post.
see wwwdotnet10forumdotcom and read the mobile web access forum
No customer service many complaints it is not just me
Net 10 customer service = 1 star
phone service in my area = 5 stars
data service my area= 4 stars
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This item says it is for iPhone but it is not a Nano sim card. Beware this will not work in iPhone 5 or higher even though the packaging says iphone and Android phones!Published 16 days ago by Unknown Data Type
Don't buy it. You'll be sorry you did. This cost me a lot of time to finally get an answer from the Cellular Company that this card was not going to activate the cell phone, and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wutknot Workshop
stay away from Net 10. If you buy one of their phones, you will pay full retail for it.
Then when you get crappy service and decide to go with another carrier, they will... Read more