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I noticed last week that FreedomPOP is now charging $9.99 to activate any BYOD phone. I have not checked if this price applied only to the Free Monthly service plan but it's a new charge.

Still not a bad deal and their messenger app update makes the phone service usuable in 3G areas.

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I just did a LG Volt from Virgin Mobile BYOD on Freedompop ($20 activation).  Signal strength on Band 41 is better on it than Nexus 5 on Sprint.  Hopefully this means there are going to be some changes on how Sprint white-lists its phones for MVNO and maybe even postpaid.

 

I believe this list below is not complete because I've tried models not listed that have worked.

 

https://forums.freedompop.com/discussion/4646/supported-phones-what-phones-can-i-activate-with-freedompop-on-byod-update-02-04-2015/p1

 

 

BYOD Supported Phones:
Samsung Galaxy SII (Samsung Epic 4G Touch is the Sprint name)
Samsung Galaxy SIII
Samsung Galaxy S4** (NO MINI)
Samsung Victory
Samsung Epic 4G
Samsung Nexus S
LG Viper
Motorola Photon 4G
iPHONES (from an iPhone 4 to iPhone 5S.)
HTC Evo Design
HTC Evo 3D
HTC Evo 4G
HTC Evo Shift*
*Please be advised: We are currently experiencing issues with BYOD activation of the HTC Evo Shift, activation may not be successful at this time.*


Tablet BYOD list:

IPADS (all the way up through iPad Air 2)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.0


NEW BYOD List Dated (2/4/2015)

LG Tribute
LG Optimus S
Kyocera Hydro
Motorola Moto G
LG Realm
Samsung Nexus S 4G
LG Volt
Samsung Galaxy Discover
Kyocera Event
Samsung Galaxy Prevail
LG Optimus V
HTC One M7
Samsung Galaxy Mega
LG Nexus 5
Samsung Galaxy Rush
LG G2
HTC Desire 510
Samsung Moment
HTC One V
Kyocera Rise

 

 

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