Before we can talk about Straight Talk BYOP, we first need to know what BYOP means. Simply it means Bring Your Own Phone. Now let’s get into learning how you can save.
As many of you know, Straight Talk is one of the companies I use for my phone company, in this particular instance, my prepaid cell phone. They have been around since 1996, and are a division of TracFone Wireless.
You may have heard of or seen Straight Talk KYOP (Keep Your Own Phone) on the Internet. The name wasn’t changed. Its common name is BYOP but some of Straight Talk’s customers referred to it as KYOP.
Straight Talk and TracFone are both accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and each has a rating of at least an A+ as of today’s article.
Straight Talk BYOP
Do you have a cell phone that is not a Straight Talk phone and you hate having to shell out the amount of money that you are having to pay for it? Would you like to cut that amount down? That’s what makes Straight Talk BYOP so ideal.
How to Switch to Straight Talk BYOP
Let’s take a look at the 3 easy steps so you can start to save by switching to Straight Talk Bring Your Own Phone:
1. See if your phone is compatible with Straight Talk.
2. Get your SIM or Activation Kit and pick a plan.
The kit will include the SIM card that you will need to make your phone work on Straight Talk’s Service. Don’t worry. The plan will give you nationwide coverage on America’s biggest and most reliable networks.
3. Activate your phone
After you’ve purchased your SIM or Kit, you are then ready to transfer your phone and number.
Straight Talk BYOT
What if you were able to switch to Straight Talk BYOT. Would you? BYOT is Bring Your Own Tablet.
You can get more information on Bring Your Own Tablet by reading their FAQs.
Pam Lokker is a master writer and a virtual assistant professional. While we are not currently taking on new clients, Borlok Virtual Assistants has been the place to get global expert VA services with quality and on-time delivery for many years.
Blog post updated 7/2/2022