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Yes, on Fully Unlimited 4G LTE data plan, but "Video typically streams at DVD quality", and "At 60 GB, we reserve the right to review your account for usage in violation of Page Plus's terms and conditions."Yes, BYOD-only, but on Verizon network, "CDMA (3G)-only devices, including 3G basic phones and 3G smartphones / 4G LTE smartphones that do not support HD Voice / Apple® i Phone® 5s or prior including the Apple® i Phone® 5c" can no longer be activated Yes, BYOD-only, but on Verizon network, "CDMA (3G)-only devices, including 3G basic phones and 3G smartphones / 4G LTE smartphones that do not support HD Voice / Apple® i Phone® 5s or prior including the Apple® i Phone® 5c" can no longer be activated No, "International use is strictly prohibited on Selectel’s service.
However, many MVNOs tend to sell somewhat older phone models (e.g.
ones discontinued by the host networks), which can affect whether all technologies supported by the carrier network are usable by MVNO customers (for instance, 5G is generally not offered by MVNOs at this time).
As of this writing, Lifeline provider info has mostly only been filled in for California (CA) and Minnesota (MN).
Most of the MVNOs in this table provide voice, text, and data services to mobile phones ("Yes" in Phone Service column; note that this column does not indicate whether the provider sells phones – all providers offering phone service sell phones unless the "BYOD" column contains "Yes, BYOD-only").
The acronym BYOD means "Bring Your Own Device", indicating that a customer can port a cellphone or other cellular device they already own to the MVNO, rather than having to buy/rent a new device from them (assuming it's compatible with the host network, has not been reported stolen, is not still locked into a contract, etc.).
Again, however, MVNOs often restrict the list of BYOD devices they'll support to a smaller subset than the host networks.
Verizon has released a system update for the Pantech UML290 LTE USB Modem.
) plan Lycamobile has been involved in legal and financial controversies in France, Ireland, and the U. They are a significant donor to the British Conservative Party.
See Lycamobile § Controversies for details and citations.
In the case of providers with both Lifeline and non-Lifeline offerings, but different options for each (as opposed to the same options, but different costs), the Lifeline offerings have been put on a separate row with "[Lifeline]" in the "Company" field.
Note that though the Lifeline program is a Federal one, each state is responsible for implementing its own version, so details beyond the basic requirements of the program can differ significantly from state to state (starting with the set of provider companies available).