Straight talk comes with 4G network SIMs for use with the Verizon compatible phone, with the Verizon SIM cards you´ll be able to get 4G LTE, and the data speeds can be faster than 5 megabits per second.
Straight Talk BYOP Activation Kit with Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile LTE SIMs - StraightTalk
We're going to take a look at this Straight Talk wireless bring your own phone activation kit, this kit contains all the materials you need to use your smartphone with Straight Talk wireless. You can buy this kit at your local Walmart, or you can order the same thing online directly from straighttalk.com.
Let's open this kit and take a look at what's inside, this is the straight talk bring your own phone activation kit, it's for use with 4G LTE phones and most 3G CDMA or GSM phones. It will work with the top four carriers AT&T Verizon Sprint and t-mobile, this kit includes nano micro and standard CDMA and GSM, so you'll have the right sim for your phone, and it includes a $45 no contract unlimited talk text and data plan, where you'll get your first five gigabytes of data at the high speeds and then the remaining amount of data at 2g speeds.
Let's take a look at what came in this kit, I'm going to put this package to the side, this is just the description from the front plastic of the kit, this is just some instructions or readme first, it's telling you about how you only need one sim to complete the activation of your phone. You either going to use the 18 to your t-mobile SIM and back at one or you're going to use the network access code and SIM from the CDMA compatible phone packet, and you can share any unused Sims or network access codes with family or friends.
Then on the back side here is the service plan, this is for your first month of service, this is a 45 dollar 30-day plan. You would scratch this off and then the number under here is your service pin, this is just a services guide, some instructions on how to set up your phone, this is a terms and services telling you about all the details of what you're signing up for.
Let's take a look at these two packages here, let's take a look at the SIM cards, these are the SIM cards for your AT&T or t-mobile phone, you would use these four straight talks AT&T and straight talks t-mobile network respectively.
If we open this up we'll see there are four cards in here, on the left side the blue cards are for straight talks AT&T network, you would use these with an AT&T compatible device. On the right side, you'll see the pink SIM cards, you would use these four straight talks t-mobile network or with the at-mobile compatible device.
The first card is a dual SIM card, this is either a standard or Micro SIM card to use this as a standard SIM card, you would just punch out this white card of the plastic card, and then if you need the Micro SIM card that would punch out off of the standard size SIM card, next we have the nano SIM card for straight talks AT&T network, he would just punch the SIM card off of this plastic card, same for the t-mobile network, we have the dual SIM card, this is the standard or Micro SIM card, you would punch the SIM card off of this card for the standard size SIM, and then you could punch the Micro SIM out of the standard SIM, finally we have the nano SIM card or the Straight Talk t-mobile network moving along.
This is a packet to the CDMA SIM cards for Verizon phones, now when you open this up, this looks a little different. First thing you'll see is this network access code, there's a pin number under here, you would scratch this off, you use this to activate or register your phone on straight talks CDMA network, when you're using a verizon phone, you're going to need to check that that phone is eligible to use with straight talk, and then if it is, you'll need this network access code to register the phone on the network, over here again you'll see we have the dual SIM card, the standard or Micro SIM card for straight talks verizon network. You would punch out the standard sized SIM off the card, and then if you need the Micro SIM, you would punch that out the standard SIM. Finally, we have the Verizon nano-SIM card and you would punch that out again if you needed that. I think that's it.