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Is a Fizz sim compatible with a wireless home phone hub?

I currently have a WF721 home phone hub for my parents. Assuming it is unlocked, would I be able to use it with a valid Fizz sim card (assuming the plan has talk time included)?

Anyone had any luck with this?

Esteban
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The SIM yes, check you HUB if it has the right frequency

https://fizz.ca/en/faq/compatible-devices

 

If you need a referral code this is mine K61CD, with this code you will receive 25$ to be applied to your 3rd payment.

It is important to add the referral code must be used during the creation of your plan when the taxes are shown

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If this https://www.att.com/devicehowto/tutorial.html#!/stepbyste... is what you have then very likely it's compatible with Fizz ( 1900 MHz )

If you bought it from a Canadian shop (bureau en gros) or Candian website (like amazon), then it is likely unlocked and has the required frequencies. So it will work.

 

If you bought it from a Canadian provider (like telus, rogers), then it is likely locked and will not work with other SIM card.

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It should work, but the best way to find out is by taking advantage of the 15 day trial period and trying it out yourself!