This might be a double post situation. It's hard to tell when you're posts are still under the new user policy, and need to be manually approved. However, I wanted to post a website page here that specifies the Compatibility of the BV9500 Pro, as a foundation for ensuring that the Blackview Phone I buy in the future will be compatible with a designated cellular carrier: https://www.kimovil.com/en/frequency-ch ... iew-bv9500
According to the above information, my best bet might be through AT&T, and the only Band that wouldn't be available would be the 2300 MHz 4G network band. This compatibility website paints a similar picture as well: https://www.findpare.com/smartphone/bla ... e-carriers
Assuming I successfully return at least the bv9000 through Amazon, and manage to scroung up the remaining money needed, would you be able to progressively assist me with:
- acquiring a SIM card that would be recognized by the cellphone and compatible with the designated, most-compatible carrier
- ensuring I can activate the SIM card
- Activating the phone with a Cellular Carrier, where the phone succeeds to communicate with the Carrier Towers
I was just at Walmart with a fellow Associate, and we used an AT&T--StraightTalk SIM Card. I don't know if I mentioned this in a post that's yet to be approved, but we succeeded in activating the SIM Card with the AT&T Straight Talk service as an "AT&T GSM Unlocked" phone, but after also adding Straight Talk Air Time onto the phone, the phone simply would not recognize/talk to the SIM Card, let alone communicate with the Carrier on the Cellular Data Network.