03-16-2023 06:24 PM - last edited on 03-16-2023 07:20 PM by computergeek541
I am looking into buying a new phone from Amazon.com, a US retailer. I saw that the phones there are listed as "US Version." Will a "US Version" phone work in Canada without incurring any extra charges? If not, how can I make a "US Version" phone work, in Canada, without getting any extra fees?
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03-16-2023 08:55 PM
If you are planning to order the American iPhone 14. It comes only with eSIM and PM eSIM does work on eSIM.
The Canadian iPhone 14 comes with a SIM tray and eSIM.
03-16-2023 06:34 PM
depends on make & model the cellphone is.
ALSO...make absolutely certain the phone is sold to you as unlocked.
03-16-2023 06:28 PM
@iamimmaculate46 - never extra fees around here. Things will only work for what you paid for, being prepaid and all.
Public Mobile uses the following frequency bands:
Always good to check whether a phone will work with any provider, especially Public Mobile. Use more than one source to be sure.
03-16-2023 06:26 PM
@iamimmaculate46 Some will and some won't Even some Canadian version of phone might not work on PM
so, give us the exact model and we can try to check for you.
FYI, you need to find phones that have the following bands, more the better