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    End of Many Flashed Devices on Page Plus (January 15, 2015)

    At that time, our system will no longer allow the activation of devices that are not approved by Page Plus. This includes reprogrammed, or "flashed" devices from other carriers, and all flashed 4G devices from any carrier.
    This pretty much sums up the end of flashing for many devices to Page Plus. Users have been able to take advantage of Page Plus especially after Cricket / Leap were purchased by AT&T.

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    Sounds kind of like StraightTalk. As far as CDMA is concerned they only allow flashed phones, from a list of approved phones, that don't come with 4g capabilities. From what I understand, you can use an unlocked GSM phone and get 4g on their AT&T system. So that will just hurt those of us with 4g CDMA phones.

 

 

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