Choosing a Net10 phone

When deciding on a Net10 phone, you used to have few choices, but better phones are now available. The current selection includes smartphones and some pretty good feature phones with touchscreens and QWERTY keyboards.

So once you've checked out their coverage and whether your want a standard prepaid or monthly plan, you can check out their phones.

Smart Phones

Smart phones available from Net10 include the:

  • Alcatel Onetouch Pop Icon (149.99)
  • Alcatel A450 Pixi Charm LTE (49.99)
  • Alcatel A521L Pop Star LTE 2 (79.99)
  • Alcatel Onetouch Pop Nova LTE (89.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy SIII (279.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy Proclaim (149.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy Centura (19.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace (29.99)

  • LG 16C Lucky (39.99)
  • LG Optimus Fuel (19.99)
  • LG Optimus Dynamic II (79.99)
  • LG Optimus Dynamic (free with airtime purchase)
  • LG Optimus Showtime (49.99)

  • Huawei Ascend Y (99.99)
  • Huawei Ascend Plus (129.99)
  • Huawei Inspira (49.99)
  • Huawei Glory (free w. airtime purchase)
  • Huawei Magna (49.99)
  • Huawei Pronto LTE (49.99)

  • ZTE Valet (79.99)
  • ZTE Whirl (79.99)
  • ZTE Midnight (free with airtime purchase)
  • ZTE Paragon 753G (59.99)
  • ZTE 750C Savvy (49.99)
  • ZTE Zephyr 752C (59.99)
  • ZTE Solar (49.99)
  • ZTE Quartz (199.99)

  • Moto e (99.99)

Get Unlimited Talk, Text, and Web for just $50/month!

Non-Android Touchscreen

Net10 used to offer these non-Android touchscreen phones: the LG 305C and 306G  for 39.99 each.

Non-Android QWERTY

On the other hand, they do still offer these QWERTY phones:

  • LG 900G (free with airtime purchase
  • Huawei H215G (29.99)

Basic Flip Phones

Basic flip phones primarily for calling and a little bit of texting include:

Basic Candybar/Brick Style Phones

None currently available.

Get a Net10 Phone

Whatever phone you choose, you get free shipping with any NET10 Wireless Phone.

Free Ground Shipping>

› Choosing a Phone

Back to the Top of the Page

Related Pages

Here are a few phones from a related brand.

Straight Talk carries a very similar lineup of phone including their smart phones in particular. The difference, if any, is that the selection is slightly larger.