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Basic Features

Price: $5

Networks Used:Sprint, T-Mobile
High Speed Data:500 MB
Includes Unlimited 2G Data:No
Network Type:4G LTE, 5G
Hotspot Data:No
International Talk/Text:Yes / Yes
WiFi Calling/Texting:No / No
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Price Breakdown

1 Line Monthly / Yearly$5 / $60
Price Includes All Taxes And Fees?     Yes

Online Payment Forms Accepted

Credit Cards, Debit Cards

Plan Details

  • “Always On” policy allows customers access to unlimited texting and 911 calling for 30 days after termination of service
  • Activation and SIM cards are free of charge
  • To get this plan on the T-Mobile network you must live in an area where there is no Sprint signal.  Hello Mobile phone service automatically defaults to the Sprint network and you cannot choose which network you get at signup
  • 5G access only available on compatibles phones and only if used on the T-Mobile network

Bring Your Own Phone Details

To use Hello Mobile on Sprint's network

If you want to use Hello Mobile's plan on the Sprint network, your phone should ideally support all of the following LTE bands: 25, 26, 41 . Even if your phone does support all of the bands, the phone needs to be approved by Sprint for use on the network.

To use Hello Mobile on T-Mobile's network

If you want to use Hello Mobile's plan on the T-Mobile network, your phone should ideally support all of the following LTE bands: 2, 4, 12, 66, 71 . At a minimum, your phone should support LTE bands 2 and 4. However, band's 12 and 71 help to provide a better signal inside buildings and wider network coverage.

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Paul Neujahr
Paul Neujahr
10 months ago

I have a Moto G model #XT1925-2 . Do you support that?

7 months ago
Reply to  Paul Neujahr

You need to figure that out by googleing your phone Make and model and reading what bands it supports
Alternatively you can take your phone to sprint store and see if they can check that for you.
For any phones to be able to work on a different provider 3 things need to happen
1) The phone needs to be able to support the bands / frequencies that the New Provider operates on.

2) You’re phone needs to be unlocked, Phones are network locked so users cannot use a device a different provider’s network. This can be unlocked if you purchased the phone and paid in full or if you no longer owe money on the device. See old providers unlock policy.

3) Clear ESN … this is a process by which stolen phones and phones that are financed but not paid in full are blacklisted so nobody can use them.
Where are websites when you can check to make sure the phone is not black listed.