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53 minutes ago, comintel said:

On another forum, people are asking what will be the correct sim for the unlocked Samsung S10.  I think that will be a recurring question.  Could you possibly confirm what it will be?

Thanks!

The 4-in-1 sim card.

760492044707  SIMOLW516TQ  760492044707

Alternatively this would work as well.

CZ4114TLWQ 854798005224 SIMOLW416TQ

 

Spreadsheet has been updated to reflect this. 

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2 hours ago, lilotimz said:

The 4-in-1 sim card.

760492044707  SIMOLW516TQ  760492044707

Alternatively this would work as well.

CZ4114TLWQ 854798005224 SIMOLW416TQ 

 

Spreadsheet has been updated to reflect this. 

Thank you so much!  I will relay on the other forum!

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On 2/24/2019 at 7:12 PM, lilotimz said:

The 4-in-1 sim card.

760492044707  SIMOLW516TQ  760492044707

Alternatively this would work as well.

CZ4114TLWQ 854798005224 SIMOLW416TQ

 

Spreadsheet has been updated to reflect this. 

Before finding the post I am quoting I gave Sprint this number 760492044714  from your spreadsheet to order a sim for the unlocked s10+ I plan to purchase and use on my one year free BYOD plan. Did I order correctly? Thank you

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3 hours ago, jacktrck said:

Before finding the post I am quoting I gave Sprint this number 760492044714  from your spreadsheet to order a sim for the unlocked s10+ I plan to purchase and use on my one year free BYOD plan. Did I order correctly? Thank you

Yes.

760492044714 is the part number for telesales, sprint care, etc. 

At physical retailers they have part number 760492044707.

They're both identical SIMOLW516TQ cards but have different part #'s for inventory purposes. 

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22 minutes ago, lilotimz said:

Yes.

760492044714 is the part number for telesales, sprint care, etc. 

At physical retailers they have part number 760492044707.

They're both identical SIMOLW516TQ cards but have different part #'s for inventory purposes. 

Thank you

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Spreadsheet has been updated to include more devices with more to be posted as I get through em. Also included a link to Sprints website to purchase the 4-in-1 sim card kit.

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On 2/24/2019 at 8:12 PM, lilotimz said:

The 4-in-1 sim card.

760492044707  SIMOLW516TQ  760492044707

Alternatively this would work as well.

CZ4114TLWQ 854798005224 SIMOLW416TQ

 

Spreadsheet has been updated to reflect this. 

Are you saying that a Sprint SIM currently being used in an unlocked S8+ will also be able to be used in an unlocked S10+ even though they have different part numbers in Sprint's system?

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4 hours ago, Scott said:

Are you saying that a Sprint SIM currently being used in an unlocked S8+ will also be able to be used in an unlocked S10+ even though they have different part numbers in Sprint's system?

Negative.

The S8 uses the BYOD 506TQ which is the C sim card in the 4-in-1 kit. The S10 uses the D sim card in the kit which is the 516TQ. 

The regular Sprint sims are SIMOLW416TQ in the S10's vs SIMOLW416Q in the S8's which are different.

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Thanks.

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Can confirm SIMGLW106Q is required for activation of Cradlepoint's LP6 series routers and individually the MC400 model LP6(NA) modular LTE modem. 2FF.

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On 10/20/2018 at 11:55 PM, lilotimz said:

BYOD meaning you purchased the device not directly from Sprint or a device that is not sold by Sprint but compatible with them such as Pixels and Moto devices. 

Follow-up on the above:  apparently the bolded/underlined doesn't apply as 'BYOD' when its a Sprint-branded version that they did sell directly (at some point) and you buy from someone else other than Sprint directly - and even Sprint reps don't understand the context differential.

I purchased a refurbished Sprint LG G7, made sure to underscore through chat support that it was a Sprint G7, just did not come with a SIM, and was sent the SIMOLW416Q SIM Part # as indicated in the listing in this thread as proper for a BYOD G7....which apparently turned out to be incompatible with the actual Sprint version G7 phone.  All three of the sleeve label that the card comes in, the card with the SIM, and the SIM itself, shows the same ICCID # on it, but in actual activation attempt practice, it registered on Sprint's end as a completely different ICCID and showed an error on their end. 

Online sales support is supposed to be shipping me a correct replacement now after a 4-hour/3-4 rep ordeal yesterday, but just wanted to post/underscore this for anyone else that might ever review this thread and be looking to go the same route to get a phone as I have.  The funny thing is, I never had this kind of issue using the same approach with multiple refurbished G5's and ordering SIM's for those.

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