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Reviews for Smaller Prepaids
Smaller prepaids, defined by subscriber numbers.  These services are listed alphabetically with very brief details and links. These companies appear on this list primarily because they either do not provide services better than the major and non-major prepaids, or because they focus on a limited or specialty subscriber base.

  • AIRVOICE WIRELESS - Uses the AT&T Network
  • ASSURANCE WIRELESS - Lifeline Program of Virgin Mobile, uses the Sprint Network
  • BLACK WIRELESS - Uses the AT&T network
  • BOOM! MOBILE - Uses AT&T, Sprint or Verizon depending on plan
  • BOSS REVOLUTION MOBILE - Plans start at $1.00! Uses the Sprint network.
  • CREDO MOBILE - Socially conscious service. Uses the Sprint Network.
  • EASYGO - Related to the H2O Wireless products, specializing in International calls using the AT&T network.
  • GEN MOBILE - Bargain carrier with Free international talk & text using most of the former Sprint network with some access to T-Mobile. Plans start at $5.
  • GOSMART MOBILE - Value-priced Prepaid with roaming available in Mexico and 15 Latin American countries.  Data speeds are limited to 3G but 4G-LTE access to Facebook and Messenger.
  • GREATCALL - Wireless devices specially designed for seniors
  • H2O WIRELESS - Uses the AT&T or Verizon Network
  • KROGER WIRELESS - Also sold at all Kroger-affiliated stores. Uses the Sprint Network.
  • JITTERBUG - Phones, plans and services specially designed for seniors
  • JOLT MOBILE - Uses the T-Mobile Network
  • KAJEET WIRELESS - For kids, uses the Sprint Network
  • LYCAMOBILE - Uses the T-Mobile network, specializing in international long distance calls.
  • LIBERTY WIRELESS - Uses the Sprint Network
  • MINT MOBILE - Save by buying several months at a time, uses the T-Mobile network
  • PURE TALK USA - Uses the AT&T Network
  • NAKED MOBILE - Based in Arizona and surrounding states operating on the Cellular One network. Outside the Four Corners area Naked uses the T-mobile network.
  • Q-LINK WIRELESS - Lifeline service using the Sprint or T-Mobile network.
  • READY MOBILE - Uses the Sprint Network
  • RED POCKET MOBILE - Your choice of the Top 4 networks; you can mix & match among family members; options for inexpensive International Long Distance calls.
  • RIGHT WIRELESS - Offered by West Central Wireless in west Texas with unique 'pick & choose' daily pricing which is quite reasonable.
  • SAFELINK WIRELESS - Lifeline service using the AT&T or Verizon Network, reviewed on our America Movil page.
  • SELECTEL WIRELESS -  Provides many products using the Verizon Wireless network
  • TELCEL - Primarily a Spanish-speaking service that uses the T-Mobile Network and roams in Mexico.
  • TING - Uses the Sprint and T-Mobile networks and some roaming partners. Ting prepaid accounts actually bills like a postpaid account but you pay only for what you use, like prepaid. Ting plans start at $10 and postpaid plans are available. 
  • TWIGBY - A value-oriented carrier offering plans with Data that start at $9/mo., $6.75 without, and uses the Sprint network. Twigby also includes calls to Canada, China and Mexico for no extra charge. Roaming on Verizon Wireless is included for Talk and Text when away from Sprint coverage.
  • ULTRA MOBILE - Unlimited plans starting at $19 per month, free international calls. Uses the T-Mobile Network.  Ultra Mobile is one of our most popular Prepaids.
  • UNREAL MOBILE - Unlimited plans starting at $10 per month using VoIP on the AT&T or Sprint network.
  • US MOBILE - Uses the T-Mobile network and offers some of the lowest-priced pay-as-you-go plans.
  • VISIBLE - Uses the Verizon Wireless network. App-based phone service with a single fixed price and 5Gb of data before throttling. Verizon is a partial owner of Visible.
  • WALMART FAMILY MOBILE - Uses the T-Mobile Network.  Made to be sold at Walmart stores and

Note About Prepaid Carriers That Use the Sprint Network:
Carriers that use the wireless infrastructure of Sprint will face some changes.  Some have made an agreement with T-Mobile, the new owner of Sprint, and coverage of their phones will slowly improve as they begin to use parts of the T-Mobile network.  Others have not made, or at least not yet announced, any new agreement and they may be confined to the legacy (CDMA) Sprint network, which may be deactivated in the next year or two.  Carriers that have notified us of an agreement with T-Mobile are noted in our Reviews.