Talk:PinePhone Carrier Support

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T-Mobile / Sprint

Hey so now that TMobile owns sprint or the other way around does that mean we can use it on that network now ??? Any body know Trk2233 (talk) 03:07, 21 October 2020 (UTC)

-- At the moment, T-Mobile is offering all Sprint customers replacement SIM cards to switch over from Sprint band 42 to T-Mobile Band 12. Sprint customers will still retain the same Sprint website/account/login info. T-Mobile lists PinePhone as "Xianomi Pine" . Egberts (talk) 03:07, 21 March 2021 (UTC)

Carrier Support in Australia

Just wanted to add this somewhere because I couldn't find this info anywhere and took a punt ordering one, without knowing if it would work!! I'm not sure how to incorporate it properly because this breaks wiki style rules and I am new to Pine64 culture

I am using a PinePhone in regional Victoria with Amaysim, and SMS worked. Phone picked up 2G, 3G and 4G (haven't tested mobile data). Phone calls worked with scratchy sound. An OS crash caused some glitches (lost the call but it was still connected somehow...) - but the issues were just software issues that will be worked out as the OS matures, the hardware seems to all work fine.

Amaysim uses the Optus 4G network - in Australia, there are three main networks (Telstra, Optus, Vodafone) and the others generally resell access to either of those two.

Amaysim says that the Optus network uses: 700MHz; 1800MHz; 2100MHz; and 2600MHz. see

There's an extra step to connect to a "hotspot" in order to use mobile data - there are separate hotspots for "iPhone" and "non-iPhone". Choose the non-iPhone one. (see here: )

Tawnyfrogmouth (talk) 09:33, 9 November 2020 (UTC)

Cricket dropping support for 3G and PinePhone in general

I tried to get in contact with Cricket to activate my PinePhone with them and they are not supporting any new devices that do not support Cricket's High Definition Voice network. This is a very recent change that was made. Current users (including PinePhone users I presume) using Cricket will be supported until February 2022 when they depreciate it entirely. Attempting to swap an existing SIM card into a PinePhone will deactivate the line entirely and it will have to be reactivated by Cricket support.

Other users have been able to reproduce this issue: Hyperdriveguy (talk) 03:17, 12 March 2021 (UTC)