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4G LTE Comes to Page Plus; Now More Phone Options

The long-awaited anticipation of Page Plus 4G LTE service is finally here! And yes, we’re just as excited as you are.  Page Plus provides fast, efficient 4G LTE service for your compatible LTE device. There are a few things you need in order to use 4G LTE; an approved LTE device, a Page Plus SIM card and a monthly plan.

We offer four monthly plans that provide 4G LTE service; The Talk n Text 1200, Unlimited Talk n Text, The 55 and the $69.95.

Page Plus 4G LTE SIM cards are available in three different sizes – standard, micro and nano. You will need to purchase the correct size for your device.

  • If the 4G LTE SIM card slot in your device requires a nano size, you will need the Page Plus Nano SIM card.
  • If your device uses a standard or micros size, you will need the standard/micro Page Plus Dual SIM card.
    • The Dual SIM is a two-in-one; use caution with the dual SIM card when detaching to the correct size (standard or micro) for your phone. 

You can refer to the size chart on our website here. SIM cards are available for purchase through the Page Plus website for $4.95 each. They are also sold by authorized Page Plus dealers.

Are you looking for a phone that will work with Page Plus 4G LTE service? You can shop on our partner website, Quality One Wireless or any authorized Page Plus dealer which you can use our Store Locator to find. Authorized dealers provide new and pre-owned 4G devices for sale in their stores and on their websites. Also, you can check with friends or family members – many perfectly good phones end up in a drawer when someone upgrades to a newer phone.

You can activate a device through the Page Plus website, by contacting Customer Service at 1-800-550-2436 or by visiting a local dealer.

You might be wondering: can I still use a 3G device on Page Plus? The answer is yes. With the exception of The 12 and Standard plans, which are 3G-only, all of our monthly plans are “mirrored” for 3G and 4G. When you activate a device, our system will determine if your device is 3G or 4G, and activate it onto the appropriate service.

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  1. December 3rd, 2014 at 21:42 | #1

    Hi Jenna,

    I was a $12/month 12 subscriber because it fit me well. I updated my old iphone 4s to a newer LTE phone and I was forced to more than double the cost of my calling plan…ouch. 3g is on its way out, so it looks like Pageplus is eliminating the $12/month plan for smartphone users, eh?

    • December 5th, 2014 at 10:25 | #2

      Hi Erik,

      Unfortunately The $12 is a 3G-only plan; it is not being eliminated, though. I’m sorry for any inconvenience the upgrade may have caused you. I hope you’ll find your LTE device enjoyable. Have a great day.

      -Jenna Knott, Marketing Coordinator

  2. Barbara Broads
    December 5th, 2014 at 02:35 | #3

    Hi, I am trying to find out if this phone will work 4g lte on page plus
    Item specifics
    Condition: New Brand: LG
    Style: Bar Model: G Flex MPN: LGL23
    Please check your carrier for 4G LTE Compatibility
    3G: 850/2100
    4G LTE: 800, 1500, 1800, 2100 Mhz
    Internal Memory: 32 GB, 2 GB RAM
    Operating System: Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2
    Connectivity: BT 4.0 / USB 3.0 compatible / WiFi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac) / NFC
    Camera: Rear 13.0MP / Front 2.1MP
    2.26 GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM 8974)

    Features: 3G Data Capable, 4G Data Capable, Bluetooth Enabled, Global Ready, GPS, Internet Browser, Music Player, Speakerphone, Touchscreen, TTY Compatible, Wi-Fi Capable, Voice-Activated Dialing Camera: 13.0 MP Carrier: Unlocked
    Country/Region of Manufacture: Korea, Republic of Contract: Without Contract
    Country Specs and Manuals: Asian Operating System: Android
    4G LTE Compatibility: Check your carrier’s bandwidth for compatibility Storage Capacity: 32GB
    Languages:: English, Spanish, French, Italian, and More

  3. Scott S
    December 5th, 2014 at 11:11 | #5

    I have some questions about the LTE service itself. Is there throttling for Page Plus users, and if so at what down/up speeds? Are all Verizon LTE Band 13 transmission sites available to Page Plus users? Is XLTE (Band 4) available? Thanks.

  4. Sherri
    December 5th, 2014 at 14:39 | #6

    I have a flashed 4glte when I change (unflash it) to 4g, when in my monthly plan do I need to do i tsoas not to lose minutes. And if4g is not where I live, how does that affect reception and data?

  5. Julian
    December 8th, 2014 at 10:51 | #7

    Want to purchase a Samsung galaxy gear s.
    Watch that has it own phone line and can use 3g.
    Other carriers offer 5 dollars add on to watch to plan what does page plus offer or if any?

  6. Deluli
    December 14th, 2014 at 09:15 | #8

    I would just like to voice my opinion thats its not fair that i have to pay for a plan with more data when the entire time i have had my 12 plan i have not even used the data allotment. I wanted a 4g lte only to upgrade the 3g waterproof phone because of phone functions not because i was planning to use more data.

  7. Arthur Montague
    December 16th, 2014 at 12:07 | #9

    I have a 4G phone, the EVO 4G by sprint activated on your system. Why can’t I use 4G service?

  8. Jack A
    December 20th, 2014 at 09:30 | #10

    I use an iphone 4 (CDMA) phone on the 1200 plan. Will it work on your 4G service?

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