A number of small telecom networks exist in the United States that sell no-contract phones to customers and provide an annual saving of up to $400 a year when compared to carrier-locked plans from Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile. To talk about Link Wireless Florida based MVNO, there are various results and there is not actually a network in the name of Link Wireless. So here we go through Blue Link Wireless and other terms associated with Link Wireless like Q Link Wireless.
Link Wireless LLC:
Link Wireless Communications is in the business of setting up cell sites, i.e., telecom network towers and microwave links. It's a New York-based company. Here are the company's address and phone number -
Address: 581 55th Street West New York New Jersey 07093
Phone Number: (718) 644-5403
Blue Link Wireless:
Blue Link Wireless is the second-largest authorized retailer with a presence across 21 states in the USA.
Q Link Wireless
Another close match of Link Wireless would be Q Link. Q Link Wireless MVNO is an approved telecom network by the FCC to offer prepaid phone services to customers with a monthly discount of $30 that includes free unlimited calls and up to 5 GB of high-speed data. Basically, this is the entry-level plan with them that is meant for the Lifeline or ACP program.
Talking about the legitimacy of the program, this is absolutely correct because there is an official government plan.
|Q Link Wireless Free Phone
|High Speed Data
|4G LTE, 3G
|ACP Internet Service
What Network does Q Link Wireless use?
Q Link Wireless as an MVNO uses AT&T towers as they have a contract with them to use their remaining bandwidth.
Telecom networks with Link name -
- Quick Link Wireless
- Com Link
While Earthlink and Com Link are both telecom networks, there is no such network by the name Quick Link Wireless, and most people were looking for Q Link.
So that's all we have in the Link Wireless, and we did go through Blue Link, an authorized AT&T retailer, and the Q Link Wireless network details.