- What network does lucky mobile use?
- Does lucky mobile use LTE?
- Is Lucky Mobile unlimited data?
- Can a phone be both GSM and CDMA?
- Can you keep your old phone number with lucky mobile?
- Is Lucky Mobile a GSM?
- How do I know if my phone uses CDMA or GSM?
- Is there an activation fee for lucky mobile?
- Can you convert GSM to CDMA?
- Does lucky mobile work in USA?
- Are lucky mobile phones unlocked?
- Is Lucky Mobile compatible phones?
- Is lucky mobile 3g or 4g?
- Is 3g fast enough?
- What carriers are GSM?
What network does lucky mobile use?
Bell Mobility networkFounded in December 2017, Lucky Mobile operates on the Bell Mobility network alongside fellow subsidiary Virgin Mobile Canada.
It targets the same market segment as discount mobile brands Chatr (owned by Rogers Communications) and Public Mobile (owned by Telus)..
Does lucky mobile use LTE?
If you live in Canada and you’re shopping for an affordable phone plan, chances are you’ve come across Lucky Mobile. Lucky runs on the Bell’s 4G LTE network, which is one of the biggest networks in Canada, covering 99% of the population.
Is Lucky Mobile unlimited data?
The top tier plan for Lucky is priced at $50 per month and it offers unlimited Canada and United States calling with unlimited talk and text, and 8GB of data at 3G speeds. …
Can a phone be both GSM and CDMA?
Most newer phones work with both GSM and CDMA technologies, so you don’t have to worry about what kind of phone to get or which carrier to switch to. … If you bought your older phone from T-Mobile or AT&T, it will most likely only work on GSM compatible carriers.
Can you keep your old phone number with lucky mobile?
Transferring your phone number to Lucky Mobile. Wireless number portability lets you keep the same phone number when changing wireless service providers.
Is Lucky Mobile a GSM?
Hi Robert. Lucky Mobile supports 3G and LTE networks. If you want to know more, visit Lucky Mobile page here in The Informr.
How do I know if my phone uses CDMA or GSM?
If your phone has an MEID or an ESN number, it’s CDMA. If you see an IMEI number then it’s GSM. If you see both, then your device supports both technologies (lucky you!).
Is there an activation fee for lucky mobile?
Lucky charges a one-time $10 activation fee for every new line of service. If you bring your own phone or tablet, you’ll also need a Lucky SIM.
Can you convert GSM to CDMA?
Depending on whether you want service on Verizon or Sprint, you may need a different model phone as a result. If the phone is only 2G or 3G GSM capable (i.e., without built-in CDMA cellular chipset support), it cannot be used on a CDMA network in CDMA mode.
Does lucky mobile work in USA?
Can I use my Lucky Mobile phone while roaming in other countries? Calls can be made from within Canada, wherever coverage is available, to anywhere in the world. However, you cannot make calls from within the U.S. or from elsewhere outside of Canada, as Lucky Mobile Canada does not provide roaming services.
Are lucky mobile phones unlocked?
Why would I need to have my phone unlocked? A non-Lucky Mobile phone needs to be unlocked and compatible with our network before we can activate your Lucky Mobile SIM Card. … You will need to contact your previous provider to have them unlock your phone.
Is Lucky Mobile compatible phones?
Will my phone work with a Lucky Mobile SIM Card? Yes, as long as your phone is compatible with our network and already unlocked by your previous provider. … Your phone must be compatible with LTE AWS (1700 MHz) or LTE 700 MHz bands, or UMTS/HSPA compatible on 850/1900 MHz bands.
Is lucky mobile 3g or 4g?
Lucky Mobile Coverage Lucky Mobile will be using Bell’s 4G network which means you can expect excellent reception. However, speed will be throttled to work more like 3G, more on this below.
Is 3g fast enough?
4G is much faster than 3G. … 3G is still fast enough to handle most day-to-day internet services. Some carriers are 3G-only.
What carriers are GSM?
In the US, Sprint, Verizon, and US Cellular use CDMA. AT&T and T-Mobile use GSM. Most of the rest of the world uses GSM. The global spread of GSM came about because in 1987, Europe mandated the technology by law, and because GSM comes from an industry consortium.