Black Wireless At A Glance
Year Founded: 2011
Networks Used: AT&T
Sells Phones: No
All Taxes And Fees Included In Price? No
Online Payment Options: Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Refill Cards
A Summary Of Black Wireless Phone PlansLast Updated: Aug 17, 2023
No Credit Check Single Line Monthly Prepaid Plans
No Credit Check Multi-Month Plans
Black Wireless Pay As You Go Plans
|Black Wireless PG Network(s): AT&T|
|Black Wireless PG 20 Network(s): AT&T|
|Black Wireless PG 30 Network(s): AT&T|
|Black Wireless PG 100 Network(s): AT&T|
Things To Know About Black Wireless Before You Subscribe
The company originally behind Black Wireless, SDI-Sohel Distributors, has been in business since 1996. According to it’s Facebook page, Black Wireless was launched in 2011. The brand is now owned and operated by Red Pocket Mobile.
According to a press release in late 2014, the company was said to be approaching nearly 100,000 subscribers and $50 million in revenues heading into the year 2015.
Supported Phones And BYOD Devices
Any device that is compatible with AT&T is compatible with Black Wireless as long as it is out of contract and paid off in full. Unlocked phones from T-Mobile are also compatible. Most universally unlocked phones from manufacturers such as Motorola and Samsung are compatible with the network.
Where To Buy Service Plans And SIM Cards
Black Wireless phone plans can be purchased directly from the company’s website or in stores through one of its independent dealers. The brand is not carried in major retail stores or online stores. On occasion, plans and SIM cards can be found on eBay.
Black Wireless Customer Service
Customer support is provided via live chat, over the phone and through a contact form located on the Black Wireless website.
How To Port Out Of Black Wireless
Your account number, which is the same thing as your SIM card number is needed in order to port out of Black Wireless. A pin number is also required, which is the last 4 digits of your phone number. You may also need to call Black Wireless to verify your account before your number can be ported out.