01-16-2014 5:55 AM
That is correct. You don't need to have a SSN or US Residency to sign up for a GoPhone Account because you won't be on a contract. The phones also come with SIM cards and you just have to add money for which ever plan you want to use the phone.
01-16-2014 6:56 AM
Just another question: if once back in italy i would like to unlock the phone I'll have to wait six month from when i bought it? I'll be a le to unlock it even if i didn't used it in the meantime?
01-16-2014 7:22 AM
In addition to the general eligibility requirements, your device must have been active for at least six months.
01-16-2014 7:56 AM - edited 01-16-2014 8:04 AM
Just one thing to remind our friend from Italy.
Some Gophone hardware (phone) may not work with 2G / 3G in Italy unlocked.
Like my AT&T Samsung Flight SGH A797,it can only work on 2G in Italy with TIM & Wind mobile unlocked.
You better check before you buy.
01-31-2014 7:43 AM
Most of our GoPhone branded devices are not quad band devices and will not roam very well overseas. Most of our "post paid" phones (such as the G2, Galaxy S4, etc) are quad band and will work pretty much everywhere.
If you are looking for two good devies to use both here and overseas, the Nexus 5 or the Moto X directly though Motorola are get options and are priced very aggesstively. Then you don't have to worry about having the device unlocked.
01-31-2014 5:56 PM
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