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Selectel Wireless Cell Phone Deals

Selectel Wireless compatible cell phones

Selectel Wireless Cell Phones in 2021

Best Selectel Wireless phone deals

Phone

AT&T

Verizon

T-Mobile

Unlocked

iPhone 11

$349

$499

$499

$349

iPhone 11 Pro

$649

$799

$799

$649

iPhone 11 Pro Max

$899

$899

$899

$899

iPhone 12

$579

$729

$729

$579

iPhone 12 mini

$479

$629

$629

$479

iPhone 12 Pro

$749

$899

$899

$749

iPhone 12 Pro Max

$849

$999

$999

$849

iPhone SE

$149

$299

$299

$149

iPhone XR

-

$466

$466

$466


Cheap Selectel Wireless phones

Model

Memory

Network

Price

iPhone 6

16GB

Unlocked

$80

iPhone SE

16GB

Unlocked

$92

iPhone 6S

16GB

Unlocked

$96

Galaxy A11

32GB

Unlocked

$109

Galaxy S7

32GB

Unlocked

$113

Galaxy A10e

32GB

Unlocked

$113

iPhone 7

32GB

Unlocked

$121

iPhone 6 Plus

64GB

Unlocked

$126

Galaxy A20

32GB

Unlocked

$140

iPhone 6S Plus

64GB

Unlocked

$144


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Selectel Wireless plans

Plan

Network

Data

Price

2GB Data

Verizon

2GB

$30

7GB Data

Verizon

7GB

$40

10GB Data

Verizon

10GB

$50

22GB Data

Verizon

22GB

$60

Selectel Wireless features

Selectel Wireless phones FAQs

What phones work with Selectel Wireless?

If you currently have a phone on the Verizon network, it should work with Selectel Wireless. Most unlocked phones made in the last few years will be compatible. If you're still not sure you can check your phone compatibility.

Does Selectel Wireless sell phones?

Yes, the Selectel Wireless online offers a selection of cell phones.

Is Selectel Wireless a good deal?

Selectel Wireless offers a variety of cell phone deals. You can either bring your own phone or purchase a new cell phone from their online store.

Are Selectel Wireless phones locked?

No, Selectel Wireless cell phones are unlocked.

Rob Webber
Rob Webber

Rob has 15+ years experience in the US and UK running price comparison sites for cell phone plans, smartphone deals, TV, and internet. He loves thinking outside of the box to build tools that empower consumers to make more informed decisions.

Selectel Wireless User Reviews

Selectel Wireless
Average Customer Rating7 User Reviews
User Rating Distribution
5 Stars3
4 Stars0
3 Stars1
2 Stars0
1 Star3

Terrible customer service.

I’ve been double billed and unable to get them to credit the money for service or refund it. I’ve had them process my bill but not renew my service. And workers in stores invariably have no idea what is wrong or how to fix it.

they send confusing messages

They send confusing text messages telling you that your service is going to expire, then send another text saying it's been stacked and you are ready to go. I got 4 text messages yesterday 2 contradicting the other 2. Spoke with 2 customer service people that said their policy on these texts is screwed up and was assured that my phone service was fine. I discovered this morning that my service had been cut. My vet was to return a call about a possible emergency with my horse. He couldn't contact me. We changed to Selectel to save money....well...you get what yopu pay for !

Verizon Network

You can get more data for the same price with the deals currently at Verizon. With Selectel I pay $60 for two lines with 2gb of data. With Verizon I pay $60 for two lines with 6gb of data. I don't know why anyone would pay a premium to go though a third party with worse customer service.