A Verizon MVNO is any wireless carrier not named Verizon that uses Verizon’s network for coverage. There are dozens of Verizon MVNOs on the market. Some have millions of subscribers like Xfinity Mobile, while others are smaller and may have just tens of thousands of subscribers. Some are even smaller than that. They may offer nothing unique or pricing that is not very competitive and so they may not be in business for very long. Those providers will not be covered here.
Some Verizon MVNOs actually operate on several other networks besides Verizon’s. However, if you subscribe to one of them, you can only use one network at a time. You will not be able to automatically switch and connect to the other networks unless you get a new SIM.
Below is a list of all the MVNOs that have Verizon’s network as an option to subscribe to. Also highlighted are the other networks they offer coverage on.
Table Listing The Top Verizon MVNOs
|Boom Mobile||AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon|
|Page Plus Cellular||Verizon|
|Reach Mobile||AT&T, Verizon|
|Red Pocket Mobile||AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon|
|Straight Talk Wireless||AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon|
|Ting Mobile||T-Mobile, Verizon|
|Total by Verizon||Verizon|
|US Mobile||T-Mobile, Verizon|
|Wing||AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon|
And here are some pros and cons of each Verizon MVNO.