Straight Talk Coverage Map

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These maps are only approximate, to get the latest coverage map look at the Straight Talk brochures at Wal-Mart.

Straighttalk Coverage Map

Fig.1 Straight Talk CDMA Coverage Map (Green is service area)

This map in fig.1 shows the coverage is that of the Verizon CDMA network which is the network used for Straight Talk CDMA Models.
Straight Talk GSM Map

Fig.2 Straight Talk GSM Coverage Map (Green is service area)

The Map in fig.2 is the AT&T Network which is used for the GSM handset models.

When it comes to Straight Talk coverage maps, we are talking about three major networks depending on which phone you are going to get or have. The most common network used on Straight Talk Phones is Verizon but there are also some of the more high-end phones using AT&T and Sprint.  Check out the Straight Talk phone reviews page for more information on what particular models are using. Typically, Straight Talk will add a letter at the end of the phone model to depict the network that is used. (C) Verizon (S) Sprint (G) AT&T (also t-mobile sometimes)

 

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Please show coverage map

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Can I call Puerto Rico from Arizona without having an international edition?

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Good question Jutter, send an email using the contact link at the bottom of the page with a Puerto Rico Phone number and I will test the Straight Talk regular service to see if it can make the call.

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I am a truck driver. Does the phone allow for calls when i am outside of my home coverage area?

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I am currently using a Samsung T528G cell phone. I believe that I'm on an AT&T network. I'll be moving to an area that has Verizon only as a service carrier. My question is: How do I get my phone onto the Verizon network?

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Yes your straight talk phone will allow calls all over the coverage area. I am also a trucker and my phone works almost all over with the exception of going out of coverage area or better known as the dead zones.

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Chuch, the Samsung T528G phone is a GSM phone. At&T and Sprint use GSM phones (Also int'l) BUT Verizon uses CDMA phones. So your phone wont work. You'll have to go to Walmart or where ever and get a CDMA phone that will work on a Verizon network (BTW you cant unlock CDMA phones). Thats the drawback with Verizon. Walmart has cheap CDMA phones ($20 or so) and you can get the no contract/mo2mo. No other way around it, sorry, that phone wont work on Verizon.

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Chuch, the Samsung T528G phone is a GSM phone. At&T and Sprint use GSM phones (Also Europe) BUT Verizon uses CDMA phones (EU doesnt) . So your phone wont work on Verizon. You'll have to go to Walmart or where ever and get the StaraightTALK CDMA phone that will work on a Verizon network (BTW you cant unlock CDMA phones). Thats the drawback with Verizon. Walmart has cheap CDMA phones ($20 or so) and you can get the no contract/mo2mo StraightTALK $45 unlimited OR $30 1500/1500. No other way around it, sorry, that phone wont work on Verizon. reply

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It will not work on a Verizon network. The T528G is for AT&T towers only since it is a GSM phone. It cannot be changed. GSM phones do not work on Verizon's network.

ugh

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i have recently relized that certain phones get apsolutly no service in kansas especially down by holton ugh it suxs

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