Phone compatibility in USA

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Use this online quick check tool to see if your phone is compatible with AT&T or T-Mobile carrier and on which technology (2G, 3G H+, 4G LTE). You will need to know the exact variant of your phone. Note that even if your phone is compatible, it always need to be unlocked to be used with any carrier.

 What is your phone model?

Enter *#06# on your dial pad to get your IMEI.
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How to find your MEID or IMEI

Use whichever method is easiest for you

  1. Enter *#06# on your phone's dial pad.
  2. Check in the setting menu: Android: Go to settings > About device > Status

    iPhone: Go to settings > General > About
  3. Check under your device's battery.
  4. Look for a sticker on the box the device is from.
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Lyca Mobile
2G / EDGE

Partially compatible

Incompatible

100% Compatible

3G H+

Partially compatible

Incompatible

100% Compatible

Partially compatible

Incompatible

100% Compatible

4G LTE

Partially compatible

Incompatible

100% Compatible

Partially compatible

Incompatible

100% Compatible

Why there is no 2G?: Due to recent mobile network upgrades and the complexity of the technology your phone needs to be at least compatible with the carrier 3G H+ or 4G LTE bands / frequencies. Note that since 2017, AT&T does not operate in 2G anymore.

Partially compatible: This means you will get signal where carrier’s antenna runs on your phone supported bands. Connectivity may vary depending of the exact location. This compatibility is not recommended.

2G / EDGE: Enough for calls & texts. Internet will work very slowly.

3G H+: Suitable for most usage such as GPS, email, photos, videos, social medias…

4G LTE: Better for live streaming and heavy video usage.