I cannot find the Whitelist. I need to know if the LG G3 is supported before I get it.
It was replaced by the IEMI checker, take a look over the BYOD FAQ;
If you have good T-Mobile coverage, is is easier to consider Ting GSM. Any T-Mobile phone will work and unlocked AT&T phones are a possibility.
To check for Sprint, you need the IMEI of that particular device. Perhaps the seller could check it for you.
Well that's a pain in the rump. I was looking for the whitelist so I can go used phone shopping. The IEMI checker doesn't do me any good, I have to buy the phone first so that I can tell if it's compatible? I've never been able to get the IEMI before buying.
Sprint made some changes last year to how things work in regard to BYOD devices, and that stopped us from having a whitelist for devices, as every CDMA device has to be checked at ting.com/byod to know if it will work with us now.You can read more about the changes that Sprint made here:https://ting.com/blog/changes-to-the-byod-program-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly/Around the same time that this happened, we launched our GSM network as well, and as long as your GSM device is unlocked, there's a good chance that it come on over to Ting.We have a guide on what to look for: https://help.ting.com/hc/en-us/articles/205428938-Can-I-Bring-My-GSM-Device-to-Ting-Compatibility-and-Unlocking-Guide
Essentially you want to check if a phone has access to frequencies 1900, 1700/2100 and or bands 2, 4, 12 to work with us.If you find a phone you're interested in on the GSM network and want to be sure, just give us a call, shoot us an email or pop into chat and we'll check it for you.
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