The new Android 10 is to be released next week. As I’m interested in a new mid-priced cell phone with an OS that will be maintained into the future, it looks like the Pixel 3a will work for me. My question is: If I buy a new 3a phone in the next week or so, will it work on the Republic system? I also require it to work on a CDMA roaming as some regions I will use it in only have Verizon service.
Hi @paulb.lw8ldg and welcome back to the Member Community.
The Google Pixel 3a is listed on the Republic Site as model: G020G. While this is Google’s official model number, the phones are being sold by a number of retailers using other model numbers.
This following link has more information on the Pixel 3a model numbers –
This link lists the Pixel 3a under the BYOP program –
Roaming could be a problem according to this article –
If you share the zip codes for some of the areas you need to roam in others in the Community can give advice on coverage. Hope this helps!
Voice and text roaming is still offered, just not DATA roaming. That’s been true for several years.
@louisdi - Wasn’t sure if @paulb.lw8ldg was talking voice and text only or if DATA was needed. That’s why I included the reference. Thanks for clarifying the point on DATA roaming (or should I say lack of)
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