As of September 2015, Samsung offers dozens of phones, including four models of its Galaxy S6 smartphone, the Contour flip phone, the Rugby II heavy-duty phone, the Freeform 4 full-keyboard phone and the Smiley slider phone. Samsung offers phones for all major cell carriers.
Samsung phones can be purchased from wireless service providers such as Verizon, as well as from electronics retailers such as Best Buy. General retailers such as Amazon and Overstock also sell various models of Samsung phone.
Use the drag-and-drop method on either a Windows or Mac computer to transfer your music to a Samsung phone. Alternatively, use Windows Media Player to sync your music files on a Windows PC, or upload the files to a cloud service to download onto your phone.
As of 2014, there are a number of good Straight Talk phones, including the Motorola Moto E, the Samsung Galaxy S4, the LG Ultimate 2 and the Apple iPhone 6. Different Straight Talk phones are better for different customer needs and at different price points.
A customer can use any phone from Straight Talk on the company's pay-as-you-go plan. The phones that are available on Straight Talk vary depending on a customer's location. Phones that may be available as of July 2015 include the Samsung Galaxy S5, ZTE Whirl, LG Optimus Dynamic and Huawei Pronto.
The best phones that can be used with Straight Talk as of 2015 include Motorola Moto E, Samsung Galaxy S4, LG Ultimate 2 and Apple iPhone 6, according to Android Central. Straight Talk can be used with various different phones and has a wide range of coverage.
To add time to your Straight Talk phone, you must purchase a Straight Talk service card. Then you must add the card to your phone by going to the prepaid menu and selecting the Add Airtime option. You can also open the browser and select the option Refill My Account.
Users who want to get service with Straight Talk but already have a compatible device are able to simply purchase a SIM card through Straight Talk and get a new number without buying a phone. Users who have compatible phones also have the option to keep their existing phone numbers and still sign up
Straight Talk is a prepaid mobile phone service that is sold at Wal-Mart stores in the United States and operated jointly by TracFone Wireless and Wal-Mart. Straight Talk offers both CDMA and GSM support powered by the networks of Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T.
As of January 2015, Samsung's general technical support number is 800-726-7864. In addition, the company provides separate technical support numbers to contact depending on the nature of the call and the product in question.