Super-cheap UNREAL Mobile service now available for GSM phones
After only supporting a limited number of devices fitted for Sprint, the new prepaid carrier can now accept most unlocked phones.
Xiaomi Mi 5 could theoretically be used on any US network
LTE? Sure. All the bands. GSM? Yep, of course. But CDMA? Funny enough, that gets supported on the Xiaomi Mi 5, too.
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