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Future Phones for Freedompop

Arafat HossainArafat Hossain Posts: 17FreedomPop Newbie
Does freedompop plan on adding any other phones to its networks? I really want to use Sony z3 phone or nexus 6 but they aren't compatible apparently. What makes a phone compatible with freedompop and what stops me from sticking freedompop sim into an incompatible phone and just use the freedompop app as normal?


  • Ali Ali Posts: 6,735FreedomPop Master, Test Role, iOS Master ✭✭✭✭✭
    Salam @Arafat Hossain , FreedomPop is definitely planning on bringing more devices in! Stay tuned :)
  • comintelcomintel Posts: 310FreedomPop Newbie ✭✭✭
    Under the newest Sprint rules for mvno's:

    "Now, devices that were freed from a contract due to a hardware upgrade (that is to say, you got a new a new phone on the same contract) will clear the FED check. Likewise, with the exception of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, any device that was activated 12 or more months ago, regardless of whether it’s currently active, will clear. This applies to devices associated with postpaid accounts only."

    So that would *appear* to mean that we will be able to use any postpaid Sprint phone via BYOD one year after its first activation.
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