Republic Wireless Phones

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Phones Supported on Clear Choice Plans

The following phones work with Republic Wireless Clear Choice plans.

 

Phones currently available in our online store and supported through our Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) program

 

For a comparison of the phones listed above, please see our Comparison of Currently Offered Phones.

 

Additional phones supported through our Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) program, but not sold in our online store

 

1Only certain build numbers of these phones are compatible with our service.

 

For the Samsung Galaxy J3

  • MMB29K.J320AUES2APJ2
  • MMB29K.J320AUEU1APE9

Please note: The AT&T branded version of this phone is not compatible with our service.

 

For the Samsung Galaxy S6

  • MMB29K.G920TUES5DQB1
  • MMB29K.G920TUES5DQA1
  • MMB29K.G920TUES5DPL1
  • MMB29K.G920TUES5DPK1
  • MMB29K.G920TUES5DPI2
  • MMB29K.G920TUES4DPH2
  • MMB29K.G920TUEU4DPG2
  • MMB29K.G920TUES4DPF1
  • MMB29K.G920TUEU3DPD6

Please note: The T-Mobile branded version of this phone is not compatible with our service.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Phones Supported on Republic Refund and Republic 1.0 Plans

The Republic Wireless version of the following phones work with Republic Refund and Republic 1.0 plans*.

 

  • Moto E (1st Gen.) (XT1019)
  • Moto E (2nd Gen.) (XT1526)
  • Moto G (1st Gen.) (XT1031)
  • Moto G (3rd Gen.) (XT1548)
  • Moto X (1st Gen.) (XT1049)
  • Moto X (2nd Gen.) (XT1094)

 

*If activating as a new service line, these phones will only work with Republic Refund plans. These phones are no longer available through our online store.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Phones Supported on the Republic BETA Plan

The Republic Wireless versions of the Motorola DEFY XT (557) and DEFY XT (557D) are the only phones that are supported on the Republic BETA plan.* The LG Optimus S is no longer supported.

 

*Only currently active DEFY XT's are supported. Once deactivated, these phones can't be reactivated.

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