GSMA is one of Red Pocket Mobile’s wireless network options. Red Pocket Mobile’s GSMA plans work with GSM unlocked devices (GSM meaning the device can accept a SIM card, unlocked meaning the device can work with any wireless carrier). Red Pocket Mobile’s GSMA plans also work with devices that are locked to the AT&T network.
Devices that work with this network
GSM phones that were initially from other carriers like T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, but that have since been unlocked will still work with this network.
Phones from Sprint will not work with this network, even if the device is unlocked. This is because Sprint devices do not accept SIM cards and Sprint has been decommissioned. Read our “What is the difference between CDMA and GSM?” article to learn more about the technology behind these networks. Read our “My CDMAS account has stopped working” article to learn more about the decommission.
Only GSM phones work with this network
Note that some unlocked Verizon Wireless-compatible phones are CDMA only and some are GSM. The carrier began offering GSM phones around the year 2010. If you’re not sure if your device is a CDMA or a GSM device, check to see if your phone has a SIM card slot. SIM card slots are typically located on the top, bottom, or the sides of your phone, or underneath the phone’s battery. If you are still having trouble, check your phone’s user manual.
If you’re interested in a GSMA calling plan, visit redpocket.com/plans. Red Pocket Mobile’s plans can be activated within 90 days of purchase, giving you time to make the switch from your old wireless carrier. Plus, Red Pocket Mobile plans can be upgraded, downgraded, or cancelled at any time without hassle! We offer a 7 day return policy.
Visit redpocket.com/plans to select a GSMA plan.