Bring Your Phone

Your unlocked phone. Our network. Your causes.

Apple

Directions for Apple Smartphone

  1. Open your phone's Settings.
  2. Tap General.
  3. Tap About.
  4. Scroll down and look for your IMEI number.
Tip: If you're accessing this page from your iPhone, you can copy the IMEI number in your settings and paste it below.
Android

Directions for Android Smartphone

  1. Open your phone's Settings.
  2. Tap About Phone or About Tablet.
  3. Tap Status.
  4. Scroll down and look for your IMEI number.
Tip: You can also find the IMEI number printed inside the phone (usually underneath the battery) on most Androids.
Android flip

Directions for Alcatel GoFlip phone

  1. Open your phone's Settings.
  2. Select Device or Phone Information
  3. Select more information
Tip: To find your device ID number (IMEI), dial *#06# on your phone..
You must enter a valid 15-digit IMEI number.
15-digit number (no spaces or dashes)
Please enter a ICCID number.
You must enter a valid 19-20-digit ICCID number.
19-20-digit number (no spaces or dashes)

Answers to all your questions.

Common Questions

What is IMEI/MEID?
IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) and the MEID (Mobile Equipment Identifier) is a number identifier that is unique to your phone. It specifies the phone manufacturer, model, the brands and frequencies it supports. With this number, we can determine if your phone is compatible on our network.
What is ICCID (Integrated Circuit Card Identifier)?
ICCIDs This is the identifier of the actual SIM card/chip. An ICCID can be thought of as the serial number of the SIM Card. The ICCID is defined by the ITU-T recommendation E.118 as the Primary Account Number. A full ICCID is 19 or 20 characters. We can determine if your current SIM is compatible on our network.
Can I keep my current phone number?
Yes, you can keep your current phone number or get a new phone number assigned to you based on your location.
How will I know if my phone is supported?
Patriot Mobile runs off the CDMA network, so if your phone is CDMA compatible, unlocked, and not tied to a financing plan, then your phone should be able to transfer over to our network.

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