If you have an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6 and want to sign up for Straight Talk wireless, don't understand how it works or knows how to sign up, in this post I'm going to tell you what you need to know and show you how if you haven't already done.
If you're thinking about buying a phone from straight talk via Walmart, let me give you a heads-up warning, and I've heard other people having this same problem.
If you order this phone online at Walmart and some pot smoker at the Bentonville place or wherever the warehouse doesn't properly scan this phone which they are habitually doing, then what you have from Walmart and straight talk is a stolen phone, an absconded phone, you don't own that phone. So even if you pay $50 to $1,000 for a phone it's considered a stolen phone. If you buy it from Walmart and have it shipped to store or shipped to your house I'm going to give you a forewarning here.
Before you buy any product whatsoever from Straight Talk wireless and you buy it through Walmart or maybe even from Straight Talk, because it comes from let me explain something this hundred-dollar phone is considered stolen even though there's a receipt for this phone, even though a pickup was done at the Walmart counter, and the phone was handed over to the person picking up the phone.
I had somebody that I know bought this phone and it's now completely useless, so what do you do? You spend another twenty or thirty dollars in gas, you have to go back up to Walmart, you have to wait in line at Walmart, you have to talk to somebody, if you hope like speaks English in America at a Walmart, and then what else you got to do? You got to call somebody again over in the Philippines or Vietnam and get them to finally approve activating the phone.
What this hundred-dollar phone cost you? Let's see my time, it's said and done about a hundred and fifty bucks. Walmart gives a bad experience, so if you really want the truth about how to deal with buying stuff online at Walmart, I can tell you don't buy online from Walmart because a bunch of clowns is apparently in charge.