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Some phones only work with one network, whereas other phones can be switched across all networks. First, identify your carrier's original network below, then select your network and your phone model to see which carriers you can switch to.
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When considering switching over to another carrier from Verizon, note that:
- You should be able to use your 4G device on AT&T and T-Mobile.
- Verizon devices may also work with the carrier's MVNOs, such as Straight Talk, Page Plus and Red Pocket.
- Some Verizon phones—newer iPhones, Google Nexus models, and some Motorola handsets—will work with Sprint.
When considering switching from AT&T to another carrier, note that:
- You can take most phones to T-Mobile or other GSM providers.
- 4G LTE devices should work on Verizon, although you may not be able to use 3G/2G services.
- Some phones - such as newer iPhones and selected Nexus devices, will work with Sprint.
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Before you cancel your T-Mobile contract, note the following:
- Devices should work with AT&T and other GSM providers.
- 4G LTE phones with Band 2 or 4 compatibility should work with Verizon.
- Selected T-Mobile iPhones, Nexus devices, and the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition should be compatible with Sprint.
Before canceling your current Sprint contract, remember that:
- Selected Sprint devices may work with Verizon: namely the iPhone 5c and up, as well as Nexus devices and the Moto X Pure Edition.
- Some devices can be taken to Ting and Boost Mobile, but not prepaid brand Virgin Mobile.
- Global Sprint devices with SIM card room may work with AT&T and T-Mobile's GSM networks, but only on 4G LTE service.