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Can you transfer your AT and T phone to Boost Mobile?


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2011-10-02 11:09:43
2011-10-02 11:09:43


sorry but you can't. The problem is AT&T uses GSM/UMTS technology and Boost Mobile uses CDMA. Therefor the networks are incompatible. You can use AT&T phones only with other GSM/UMTS based carriers.



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I don't think boost mobile has sim cards. It's a CDMA network but if they do only if the AT&T phone is unlocked .

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Nope. T-Mobile is a GSM carrier and Boost is a CDMA carrier. So it will not work. Hope this helps

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