Tesix Wireless - No Contract Plan for Millennials
Tesix Wireless touts its service as “by the Millennial for the Millennial.” That’s a rather exclusive phone club. Exclusive or not, Tesix is a virtual wireless phone carrier that does not believe in contracts, fees or caps.
Their phones run on the “largest GSM network.” A little research explained that many of the US carriers (Sprint, Verizon and US Cellular) use CDMA networks whereas AT&T and T-Mobile use GSM networks. Through deductive reasoning, one can assume Tesix Wireless uses the AT&T and T-Mobile networks. This network provides coverage throughout the majority of the United States.
If you’re unsure about Tesix coverage in your area, visit their site and access the coverage map
Tesix does not sell phones. They encourage their customers to bring their own phones. As long as your phone is unlocked and compatible (GSM), you should be able to use their service. All you need to do is order the Tesix Sim kit (a much cheaper option than buying a phone) and insert it into your phone. Once done, visit their site to activate your service.
You also have the option of keeping the same number you used with your old wireless carrier. Just get your account and Pin from your existing carrier. The only caveat is if your current service provider is AT&T or one of its carriers, you will not be able to port your number.
Tesix Monthly Wireless Plans
The one thing all plans have in common is that there are no fees, taxes, or caps, and stream videos at full HD. Currently (as of October 2022), Tesix Wireless offers three plans as outlined below:
Biz Plan for the “Solo-preneurs”
If you purchase one plan and find that it’s not the right plan for you, you can always switch to another plan. You can handle the switch by signing into your Tesix Wireless account. While there you can track your data, pay your bill, update information and more.
Things to Know
Note: If you’re reading this before December 2022, you won’t be able to order a SIM Kit as Tesix Wireless is in the process of transitioning to a new mobile network.
My Opinion (which isn’t worth very much): I find the Tesix Wireless concept interesting. I’ll have to revisit this article after they have completed their network transition.
About the Author: LaForey is a person who was fed up with contract phone plans and opted for something more practical.
Last Modified: 12 November 2022
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