Technically, it's possible to use a Sprint phone on T-Mobile or AT&T's GSM networks, if your device is LTE-capable or an iPhone. Some handsets sold by Sprint are marked as 'global' phones, meaning they are also have room for a SIM card, and have dual CDMA/GSM capability.
Furthermore, what cell phone companies are compatible with Sprint?
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- Unlocked. Unlocked phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with services that run on GSM SIM cards.
- MVNOs. MVNOs or Mobile Virtual Network Operators are smaller carriers such as Cricket Wireless, Credo Mobile, Ting, and Red Pocket.
Is Sprint compatible with AT&T?
Sprint phones are normally not compatible with AT&T's network, though there are a few phones that do not apply to these rules. The other network technology is called GSM (Global Systems for Mobile) and is the technology supported by AT&T. CDMA and GSM are not compatible with one another.
Is Sprint compatible with Boost?
Boost Mobile services will only work on Boost Mobile devices and some certified Sprint devices. When switching carriers to Boost, your device needs to be unlocked and it needs to have previously run off the CDMA software technology that is compatible with Sprint and Boost.