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Pure TalkUSA Phone Plans

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Unlimited
Unlimited
2 GB
$20

Network Used: AT&T


Pure TalkUSA Unlimited 20
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Unlimited
Unlimited
4 GB
$25

Network Used: AT&T


Pure TalkUSA 25
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Unlimited
Unlimited
6 GB
$30

Network Used: AT&T


Pure TalkUSA 30
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Unlimited
Unlimited
10 GB
$35

Network Used: AT&T


Pure TalkUSA 35
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Unlimited
Unlimited
20 GB
$45

Network Used: AT&T


Pure TalkUSA 45
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Unlimited
Unlimited
30 GB
$55

Network Used: AT&T


Pure TalkUSA Unlimited 55
   

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Things To Know About Pure TalkUSA

Pure TalkUSA At A Glance

Logo:
Pure TalkUSA Official Logo
Year Founded: 2004
Networks Used: AT&T
LTE Bands Used: 2, 4, 5, 12, 14, 17, 29, 30, 66,
Support For BYOD: Yes
Sells Phones: Yes
All Taxes And Fees Included In Price? No
Online Payment Options: Credit Cards, Debit Cards

Contact Information

Website:
Phone Number: 1-877-820-7873
Address/Headquarters:

Covington, GA

Social Media Accounts

Facebook
Twitter

Pure TalkUSA An Overview

Pure TalkUSA was founded in 2004 and it is a subsidiary of Telrite Holdings. It is owned and operated by a USA veteran.  The company asserts that they “proudly support our active-duty military and veterans by partnering with numerous military organizations.”

Pure TalkUSA operates as an AT&T MVNO, which means that if you signup for a plan with Pure TalkUSA you will get service on AT&T’s network.

Referral Program

Pure TalkUSA runs a pretty generous referral program. Those that refer a friend receive a $20 account credit.

Multi-Line Discounts

Customers who have multiple lines are eligible for a group plan discount.  Adding a 2nd line gives 10% off, 3 lines 15% off and a 4th line 20% off the total cost of the combined plans price.

Where To Buy Pure TalkUSA Service Plans And SIM Cards

Phone plans are sold online exclusively through the Pure TalkUSA website.  Some third party sellers may sell service through eBay. The brand is carried in store by independent dealers and also at K-Mart and Sears.

Supported Phones And BYOD Devices

For those that need a device, a small selection of phones are available for purchase. Phones for every budget are sold, including premium offerings from Samsung and Apple. If you already own a phone that has been used on AT&T, you can use it with Pure TalkUSA as long as the device is out of contract, paid off in full and not reported lost or stolen.  Most GSM unlocked phones sold in the USA, including devices made for T-Mobile should also work. Most Verizon phones sold over the past few years should also work.

Pure TalkUSA Customer Support

Unlike many other MVNO’s, Pure TalkUSA offers customer support that is based out of the USA.  However, like other MVNO’s, customer support hours are limited to the following:

Monday-Friday: 9AM-6PM EST
Saturday: 9AM-6PM EST
Sunday: CLOSED



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Emilie C Griggs
Emilie C Griggs
1 year ago

According to AMAC ( The Association of Mature American Citizens), you can get an added discount on Pure Talk USA service if you are a member of AMAC. You Should look into that. I looking into Pure Talk, do not use a cell phone enough to justify the added expense, Tracfone fine for now, yet I will be stepping into the 21st century soon and plan on using Pure Talk.

Tony Spigariol
Tony Spigariol
1 year ago

Why does it take so long for Pure Talk to make the sim card work on new service? I ported my current phone number on line and the web site said it could take up to 72 for service to be turned on. Does it matter if your phone is turned on when this happens? In the instructions to install the new sim card it said to have your phone charged but turned off. Any help with these questions would be helpful. Thank you.

Joe Paonessa
Joe Paonessa
1 year ago
Reply to  Tony Spigariol

Doesn’t matter about your phone, and it is the number porting that takes time not turning on SIM card. Number porting time is impacted by provider you’re porting to and their parent network if applicable, the provider you are porting from and their parent network if applicable.

BJ
BJ
1 year ago

I found several problems with PuretalkUSA. 1st and foremost is they have some significant technical problems with their service and they blow the complaints related to it a problem with your phone or it’s a problem with Android and they blatantly tell you they do not provide technical support and the problems are not their fault, which is plain Horse Manure!! I was never able to activate a Hotspot on my phone and MMS texts with pictures would not download via the cellular network. I had to turn on WiFi to get pictures sent by friends and relatives via MMS. I recently switch to another service provided and both Hotspot and pictures with an MMS worked immediately. All I have to do was switched SIMS cards and the things PuretalkUSA blamed on my smartphone and the Android system IMMEDIATELY!!

It seems PuretalkUSA really does not give a damn about the service they provide their customers and they aren’t about to try!!

BJ
BJ
1 year ago
Reply to  Joe Paonessa

I ensured all the APN information was exactly as PureTalk published and recited on the phone. And hotspot not being available to Android users make no sense at all. If an AT&T subscriber can have a hotspot on an Android phone, then why would it not be available through PureTalk who is using the AT&T network? Why did hotspot work IMMEDIATELY when I switched to another service??

I did get the feeling that PureTalk personnel were highly Apple oriented and had some animosity toward Android users. If PureTalk wants to claim to be a reliable service, the they should make sure they support Android just as well as they support Apple!!

geoff
geoff
1 year ago
Reply to  Joe Paonessa

So I just activated my SIM card on their site to port over my number from ATT. Now my phone has no service. Do just not use my phone for up to 72 hours or do I put my ATT SIM card in until this other one works?

Thanks!

Joe Paonessa
Joe Paonessa
1 year ago
Reply to  geoff

You can use the AT&T SIM. But also, please clarify what you mean by no service. There’s a difference between having a signal and having no service, vs having no signal and thus no service.

Tosha
Tosha
1 year ago
Reply to  BJ

I’m curious what service did you end up switching to after leaving PureTalk?

brett stone
brett stone
1 year ago

so sprint phones wont work!

Joe P
Joe P
1 year ago
Reply to  brett stone

They might. It depends on the model and if it’s been unlocked.

Mr J.H.Verhoeff
Mr J.H.Verhoeff
3 years ago

On 7/11/17 I ported my phone service/number away from you for a needed change in numbers. But on 7/18/17 you charged me again for $13.89 while having no active service/account with you. I have emailed/called your office various times with promises of a refund. So far nothing yet. Do you really want me to ctc your pres. Mc Farland for this? Are you not fair to customers? And why do you still have my CC numbers in your system. That should be erased already. (except for giving me credit on my card.