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  • Item Availability: If you can’t find an item listed on our website, don’t worry! We do carry items that may not be listed online. Please give us a call, and we’ll be delighted to assist you in finding the specific item you’re looking for.

  • Contract-Free Phones: When you purchase a cellular phone from our company, there’s no need to sign a contract. Our phones are contract-free, which means you own the phone outright at the price we sell it to you. You are not obligated to sign any contracts.

  • Unlocked Phones: An unlocked phone allows you to use any active GSM SIM card. Whether it’s AT&T, T-Mobile, or other carriers, these phones are versatile and can even work with overseas GSM SIM cards.

  • GSM and SIM Cards:

    • GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications): Unlike analog service, GSM is a digital system. It’s widely used globally and offers excellent compatibility.
    • SIM Card: A SIM card (or GSM SIM card) holds your account information and phone number. Most mobile phones require one to operate. You’ll find the SIM card typically beneath your phone’s battery, about the size of a dime. Carriers like Cingular, AT&T, T-Mobile, and more utilize GSM SIM card technology.
  • CDMA Technology: CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access) is another digital cellular technology. Unlike GSM, CDMA doesn’t assign specific frequencies to individual users. Carriers like Verizon, Sprint (USA), and others use the CDMA system. Notably, CDMA phones do not have SIM cards.

  • Shipping Time: After placing an order, we typically use USPS for shipping. Please allow 24 hours for order processing. Since we ship from New York City,

  • Alternate Shipping Address: Yes, we can ship to an address other than your billing address. Just let us know where you’d like the item delivered, and we’ll take care of it

  • What is mobile phone and device locking? Mobile phones and device locks are designed to ensure that devices can only be used on specific service providers’ networks. When you purchase a phone, it is typically locked to the network of the provider that sold it (often with a subsidy or discount). This means you can’t easily switch to another carrier without unlocking the device.

  • How can I unlock my mobile phone? To unlock your phone, follow these steps:

    • Contact your mobile wireless service provider: They can provide unlock codes or perform software updates to unlock your device. Some providers may complete the process in-store, while others can unlock your device remotely.
  • Are mobile devices besides phones locked too? Yes, tablets and other mobile devices can also be locked to specific networks. The standards for unlocking cover various mobile wireless devices, including tablets. Check with your service provider to determine if your mobile device is locked and what terms and conditions apply.

  • Will my provider unlock my phone?

    • Postpaid phones: Participating providers will unlock your postpaid phone if you meet the terms and conditions of your service contract and are in good standing.
    • Prepaid phones: Some providers may unlock prepaid phones as well, but it’s best to check with your specific carrier.
  • What does GSM unlocked mean? A GSM unlocked phone is not tied to any specific GSM network carrier. GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) is one of the two major mobile network technologies (the other being CDMA). With a GSM unlocked phone, you can switch different SIM cards and use it with any GSM carrier service

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    • Business Hours:
      • Monday to Thursday: 10:30 am - 8:30 pm (Eastern Time Zone)
      • Friday: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
      • Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
    • Phone: 305-600-3367
    • Email: 4.
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