I have an orbic wonder used it on a t-mobile mvno and liked the phone expect the speaker phone was choppy. I wanted to use it on twigby or tello but they didnt know what sims card to use anyone have any ideas.
The Boost Mobile SIM kit can definitely be used on Sprint postpaid, or any Sprint subsidiary or MVNO.
But.... the kit doesn't include SIMGLW406TQ.
I don't know if any of those will work on the Orbic.
Since the Orbic Wonder is eligible for the current Sprint promo plans, you might test it on the MEID test there and see if it tells you what SIM you need. (I don't remember if it provides that info.)
(but you do need a non-Sprint-network phone number to enter to get through this first entry......)
Backup wrote: I have an orbic wonder used it on a t-mobile mvno and liked the phone expect the speaker phone was choppy. I wanted to use it on twigby or tello but they didnt know what sims card to use anyone have any ideas.
Twigby sell them but are out of stock. I think it is the same as the blu S1 one. Try chatting with twigby as they can check if you give them the meid.
In a 2017 comment about the BLU S1 on PrepaidPhoneNews when it was released, Best Cellular said SIMOLW506TQ (included in the Boost kit) would work with the BLU-- and the references I've seen indicate the BLU and the Orbic use the same SIM card: but Best Cellular's current compatibility list for SIMOLW506TQ does not mention the BLU, or the Orbic Wonder. Sounds like a firm maybe.
This SIM is part of the Boost Mobile SIM kit. ShopCellDeals sells the kit for $4.99, free shipping. It's a handy set to have, since it covers most of the universal-unlocked phones. I bought one just to have on hand, and it came in handy when I had a SIM card fail after a few months.
The company is Gearbest, a Chinese company, and this particular phone is made in China, I believe, though some of the phones Gearbest sells may be made elsewhere such as India. I think they do sell some items on Amazon, but not phones.