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Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless T&T

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 0 GB $23.7
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless 2.5GB

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 2.5 GB $28.75
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless 90 Day Plan

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 5 GB $30.00
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless 5GB

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 5 GB $33.20
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless 25GB

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 25 GB $47.5
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless 2 Lines Family Plan

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 30 GB $57
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless Up To 3 Lines Family

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 60 GB $80.70
Total Wireless Logo Total Wireless Family Plan For Up To 4 Lines

Network Used: Verizon

Unlimited Unlimited 100 GB $95

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Things To Know About Total Wireless

Overview

Total Wireless was founded in 2015 and it is a Tracfone owned wireless brand.  Service with the MVNO is provided exclusively by Verizon.  Thanks to a recent policy change made by Verizon LTE data speeds with Total Wireless should be similar to what Verizon postpaid customers get except during times of heavy network congestion.  When network traffic is heavy, subscribers may notice temporarily slower speeds.

The MVNO offers an international calling card to go along with its cell phone plans for those that need it.  Rates start at 1¢ per minute, and the calling card lasts up until 180 days after its last use, or 30 days after a subscribers last day of service.

The included data that comes with each Total Wireless plan is not unlimited.  After the allotment of data gets used up, subscribers can either wait to the start of their next billing cycle to get more, or they can purchase a $10 – 5GB data add on card that includes data rollover.

Where To Buy Service Plans And SIM Cards

At launch, the companies cell phone plans and phones were sold exclusively through Walmart and the Total Wireless website.  In early 2017 the MVNO expanded its retail presence to include stores such as Target, Amazon, and Best Buy.

Supported Phones And Devices

Total Wireless supports BYOD as long as the phone being brought to the network is out of contract, LTE capable and Verizon compatible.  Some universally unlocked phones from manufacturer’s such as Motorola and Samsung are compatible with the network.

A selection of cell phones are available for those that need to purchase one.  Financing options for phone purchases are also offered.

Customer Support

Customer support is available over the phone and by chat.  Customer support hours are as follows:

8AM – 11:45PM (EST) 7 days a week

Total Wireless At A Glance

Logo:
Total Wireless Logo
Year Founded: 2015
Networks Used: Verizon
LTE Bands Used: 2, 4, 13,
Support For BYOD: Yes
Sells Phones: Yes
All Taxes And Fees Included In Price? No
Online Payment Options: Credit Cards, Refill Cards

Contact Information

Website:
Phone Number: 1-866-663-3633
Address/Headquarters:

Total Wireless
Attention Executive Resolution Department
9700 NW 112th Avenue
Miami, FL 33178

Social Media Accounts

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Porting Out From Total Wireless

To port out from Total Wireless, you need to know your account number. Your account number is your phone's IMEI number which can usually be found in the phone's system settings. The account PIN number by default is 0000 unless you set it to something different. Porting out from Total Wireless may also require you to contact to them to ask them to release your phone number.


Available Phones

ZTE Citrine LTE

ZTE Citrine LTE Total Wireless
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LG Power

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$9.99

LG Rebel LTE

LG Rebel LTE Total Wireless
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$19.99

ZTE Zmax Champ LTE

ZTE Zmax Champ LTE Total Wireless
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$19.99

ZTE Atrium

ZTE Atrium Total Wireless
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$19.99

Alcatel Pixi ECLIPSE

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$19.99

Samsung Galaxy Luna

Samsung Galaxy Luna Total Wireless
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$29.99

LG Premier LTE

LG Premier LTE Total Wireless
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$29.99

ZTE Majesty Pro Plus

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$29.99

ZTE Majesty Pro

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$29.99

LG Treasure LTE

LG Treasure LTE Total Wireless
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$39.99

Alcatel Pop Icon

Alcatel Pop Icon Total Wireless
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$49.99

Samung Galaxy Luna Pro

Samsung Galaxy Luna Pro Total Wireless
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$49.99

LG X Style

LG X Style Total Wireless
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$79.99

Samsung Galaxy J7 Sky Pro

Samsung Galaxy J7 Sky Pro Total Wireless
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$99.99

Samsung Galaxy Sky

Samsung Galaxy Sky Total Wireless
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$99.99

LG Fiesta 2 LTE

LG Fiesta 2 LTE Total Wireless
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$99.99

LG Fiesta LTE

LG Fiesta LTE Total Wireless
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$99.99

ZTE Quartz

ZTE Quartz Total Wireless
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$149.99

iPhone SE

Total Wireless iPhone SE
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$159.00

iPhone SE

iPhone SE Total Wireless
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$159

LG Stylo 3

LG Stylo 3 Total Wireless
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$179.99

Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 Total Wireless
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$199.99

iPhone 6s

iPhone 6s Total Wireless
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$299

Huawei Nexus 6P

Huawei Nexus 6P Total Wireless
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$439.99

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8 Total Wireless
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$659.00

Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 Simple Mobile
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$699.99

Samsung Galaxy S8+

Samsung Galaxy S8+ Total Wireless
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$759

IPhone 8 Plus

iPhone X Total Wireless
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$799

Samsung Galaxy S9+

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$829.99


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Odedra
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Odedra

I was wondering if I bought a phone will I be able to change it to metro?

Joe P
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Joe P

No. Not right away. You have to use the phone on Total Wireless for 12 straight months before you can request it to be unlocked for use on another network.

M Larson
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M Larson

Could you verify if Total Wireless supports WIFI calling? I have to use WIFI calling on my phone where I live due to lack of cell coverage in my area.

John David Simpson
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John David Simpson

These guys are out for your money only. Scam artist, thieves. If you buy a samsung phone from walmart for total wireless and buy walmarts protection plan by Allstate and the phone stops working 3 months later, none of these companies will back their warranties, I’ve spent the last 3 weeks being passed around from one to the other and none of them are honoring their obligations. Total wireless has been the worst and from call 1 the rudest. I stopped counting how many times they said they are placing me on hold, and then just hung up. And I’m… Read more »

DEBORAH Winik
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DEBORAH Winik

Joe, I would like to know if these phones are compatible through total wireless before I buy them. I found them cheaper through decluttr store than total wireless sells them, however I don’t have access to the imei number to check comparability. Specs state they are 4g cellular generation with unlocked network. Are they compatible with total wireless?

Henry Roberts
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Henry Roberts

Joe, I am the account admin for our Verizon phones. All are paid off. I want to switch our three phones to Total Wireless. My daughter has one of the three phones and lives 50 miles away. How does the removing/adding SIM cards work? Do I leave the Verizon card in until Total Wireless makes our connection with them, then change out the SIM cards? Or must the Total Wireless cards be in the phones when the switchover is made? I prefer the phones not be unusable for a significant period of time. Thanks.

Joe P
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Joe P

The Total Wireless SIM cards do not need to be in the phones to transfer numbers and port over. It does not matter how you handle the SIM cards.

Katie
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Katie

My husband and I have a business plan at Verizon with two phones and one Asus (The model is P001) tablet sharing data. We got the tablet from Verizon, but the IMEI checker thing says our tablet isn’t compatible, even though the customer service person said that Verizon compatible devices are what would work. How likely is it that the checker is just lame and that the tablet will actually work?

Tod
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Tod

Our son has a Samsung Galaxy S8 bought through Verizon that is paid off and we are under no contract. When I go to Total Wireless’s site to check compatibility it says that phone is not compatible. Any thoughts on why that would be? Our S5’s come up as compatible. We just paid off the S8 a couple days ago. Could it take awhile after it is paid off?

Sharon
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Sharon

Getting ready to move from Verizon to TotalWireless. I am account administrator for our shared plan at Verizon and want to port our numbers to TW. Can I port mine and my husbands numbers over to a shared account with Total Wireless?

Tony Franck
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Tony Franck

I have a galaxy s7 from sprint and was wondering if it would be compatible

Rog
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Rog

I went to the totalwireless site and they said that my verizon moto z force droid was not compatible. Any idea if that is true?