Can I change my phone number if I don't like it?
Can I change my plan in the middle of the month?
Can I decide which phone number I get?
How do I use a promo code?
How long does my plan last for?
How to get a free Starter Kit
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What do I do if I run out of minutes, texts, or data in the middle of the month?
Where can I get a US Mobile SIM?
Which US Mobile network is best for me?
Which networks does US Mobile use?
Calls going to Landline
How to Check Your Block List
I can't use my phone as a hotspot on my Super LTE line
I can't use my phone as a hotspot with my GSM LTE line
I cannot receive or access my voicemail
I cannot send or receive text messages with GSM LTE line
I cannot send or receive text messages with Super LTE line
I cannot send/receive MMS with GSM LTE line
I cannot send/receive MMS with Super LTE line
I cannot use SIM on my device
I have no service with GSM LTE line after the APN Update
I use GSM and I cannot make or receive calls
I use GSM and my cellular data is not working, but talk and text are.
I use Super LTE and I cannot make or receive calls
I use Super LTE and my cellular data is not working, but talk and text are
Can I add a second line to my account?
How can I switch between GSM & Super LTE?
How do I cancel a payment?
How do I check my balance via SMS?
How do I create an account?
How do I name a phone line?
How do I pay my monthly bill?
How do I refer someone to US Mobile?
How do I sign into my account?
How do I snooze my account?
How to manage a Pooled Plan
How to set up a Pooled Plan
How to understand usage in Pooled Plans
I'm having trouble signing into my account
US Mobile's iOS & Android Apps
What do I need to do to port out my number?
What happens if I run out of data in my Pooled Plan?
What is AutoPay and how can I enable it?
Where can I check my remaining Minutes, Text Messages and Data?
100 MB to GB – What Can I Do with 100 MB of Data?
Can I return a phone I bought from US Mobile?
Do unused minutes rollover?
Does it cost me to call customer support?
How am I billed for calls and texts?
How can I close my account?
How does the Risk-free trial work?
How does the Student Discount work?
What do I do if my AutoPay fails?
What is a base plan?
What is the Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee?
What payment methods does US Mobile accept?
What taxes and fees do I have to pay with US Mobile?
Where can I find an invoice for my order?
Where can I update my payment information?
Where can I view my order history?
Will I lose my number if I don't pay the bill?
Can I make international calls?
Can I use my phone when traveling internationally?
List of eSIM compatible devices
Step-by-step installation guide for eSIM
eSIM Data Roaming Country APN Settings
Can I switch to a different phone later?
How can I adjust my phone's ring time?
How can I get my phone unlocked?
How can I set up a hotspot?
How do I access my voicemail?
How do I insert the SIM into my phone?
How do I set up my voicemail / visual voicemail?
I don't have a phone. What do I do?
I forgot my voicemail password
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My Caller ID is incorrect
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How to set up a Blackberry with a GSM LTE line
How to set up an Android with a GSM LTE line
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How to set up an iPhone with a GSM LTE line - iOS 8 and newer (iPhone 6 and newer)
How to set up an iPhone with a GSM LTE line - iOS Version 5 & earlier
How to set up an iPhone with a GSM LTE line - iOS Version 6 & 7
How to set up your Android with Super LTE in case of No Service
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How to set up your device with Super LTE in case of No Service
How to set up your device with a GSM LTE line
How to set up your iPhone with Super LTE in case of No Service
How can I keep my number?
How do I activate my SIM card?
How to transfer your number from one carrier to another
I cannot activate my SIM
I lost my SIM card
I need to update the information on my port request
Transferring your phone number from GSM to Super LTE, or vice versa, is a little different from simply transferring your number from one SIM to another, with both of them being on the exact same networks, immediately. In this case, since you're switching between networks within the same company, it is similar to porting your number into US Mobile from another carrier altogether. Here's how you can go about transferring a number between the GSM and Super LTE SIM cards:
- Verify that your phone is compatible with the other network. You can use the compatibility checker built into the networks page, or better yet, ask us!
- If you don't have one already, obtain a corresponding SIM card. The US Mobile Starter Kit has both
- Ensure that your number is still in service
Since the underlying networks for both of the SIM cards are different, any unused plans will be lost as part of the transfer. Hence, we recommend waiting till your billing cycle is almost up before submitting the transfer request
- Contact support on chat and ask for the account number and PIN against your number. This information is unique to each phone line and cannot be found anywhere on the account dashboard
- When you're ready, go to the activation page
- Proceed through the activation flow until you're at Step 4
- Choose Keep My Phone Number
- Enter your phone number
- Choose US Mobile (GSM Network) or US Mobile (LTE Network) as the case may be
- Enter your Account Number
- Enter your Password or PIN
- Click Continue
- Continue with the rest of the activation steps
Once you've completed the activation process, you'll be able to see the status of your port-in request. The line will also show up in your account:
Clicking More Details will show you the current status of your port request:
We'll email you when your port completes or if we need more information. Feel free to continue using your old SIM card in the meantime. Once you receive the go-ahead, replace the old SIM with the new one and restart your phone.
If you need help or have questions feel free to contact us at 1-878-205-0088, firstname.lastname@example.org, or via chat