How To Find Out Which Network Your Straight Talk Phone Uses

If you are not sure if your Straight Talk phone is using the AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint network the best way to find out is ask Straight Talk customer service. You can call them on the phone but I think it is better to use Live Chat. Visit https://support.straighttalk.com. Click the Contact Us button and choose Chat Live Agent.

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Ask the agent…
“Hi, My phone number is (###) ###-####. Can you tell me if my phone is using Straight Talk’s AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or Sprint towers?”

Make sure to replace (###) ###-#### with your phone number.

Note, you need to ask Straight Talk which towers your phone uses, not me. Please do not leave replies with your phone number on this article asking me which towers your phone uses because I don’t know.

If you need a new SIM you can order one from Straight Talk for a dollar. If your phone is using the Verizon towers, see Transferring Your Straight Talk Verizon Service to a New Phone

If your phone is using the AT&T or T-Mobile towers, see
Moving Your Straight Talk SIM Card To Your New Phone

11 Comments

  1. Michelle Schuman | | Reply

    Im In western NY. Does anyone know what towers I use? Is it Verizon or att or sprint

    • Bob Thompson | | Reply

      Michelle, the article pretty clearly explains you need to ask Straight Talk. Give it another read and you’ll know
      what to do.

  2. James A Rupp | | Reply

    Hi my number is ###-###-####
    Can you tell me what network it ises, T-mobile, verizon, sprint, at&t, or sprint

  3. Elizabeth Niswander | | Reply

    Hi, could you tell me if my straight talk phone is Verizon or at&t?

  4. Jessica Johnson | | Reply

    My number is 724-718-7468 could you tell me what carrier this phone is using, please and thank you.

      • Jess (not the Jessica from above) | | Reply

        …when did people get so dumb?

        lol.

  5. Greg | | Reply

    Can I get a SIM card for each provider and switch between them?

    • Bob Thompson | | Reply

      you may be able to use all three of the different straight talk SIMs if you specific phone is unlocked and compatible with the three different networks. Each SIM would have it’s own phone number and separate plan so you’d be paying a lot more money per month.

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