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Pix Wireless Prepaid USA Coverage

Pix Staff Web Team Updated

Pix Silver LTE Coverage Map (above)

Pix Emerald Coverage Map (above)

Pix Indigo GSM Coverage Map (Above) 


Pix Yellow (Sprint) Coverage Map (Above)


  1. Across which areas are the services available?

The services of Pix Wireless Domestic services are available across the USA. Click here to find out about your coverage visit You can also allow your device to choose which type of coverage will be best.


For Pix World services coverage maps are available at

See the countries Pix World covers you in 


  1. What does it mean if I’m told that I am in a ‘satisfactory’ or ‘Fair’ coverage area?


It means that you may sometimes experience weak reception as we only have fewer towers in those areas. If you experience reception issues even in a fair coverage area where you are using CDMA device, you could use a signal booster such as Airave  to fix weak signal issues.


  1. Is coverage affected by the device type?

Yes. Certain devices and phones have stronger antennas compared to others. That may affect the coverage and signal strength.


  1. I'm currently with another network carrier. Will I have same coverage if I move to Pix?


You should check the coverage map or third party coverage maps like RootMetrics, Sensorly, and Open Signal to know more.


  1. Can I sign up with Pix if I am in a no coverage area?


There are certain areas in the United States where Pix does not offer services. You may not be able to sign up with us if you live in an area outside of our coverage.


  1. Where do I get to know about what type of 3G, 4G, and LTD coverage is offered by Pix?


  1. How are 3G, 4G and LTE different on a CDMA network?

Below is the chart explaining various speeds on different networks –


Data Connection





2-3 Mbps

Up to 1.5 Mbps

350-500 Kbps


6-8 Mbps

3-6 Mbps

600 Kbps - 1.4 Mbps


25 Mbps

More than 10 Mbps

3.1 Mbps



  1. How do 2G, 3G and 4G LTE differ on GSM network?


It’s the speed that makes them different from each other. Below is the chart explaining the speed you can expect from each network -



2G + voice and text




4G (LTE)




GSM 1900MHz (PCS)

1700/2100MHz (AWS)

1700/2100MHz (AWS)


Band IV*

Band 4*

Up to 128Kbps

Up to 21Mbps HSPA

Up to 42Mbps HSPA+

Up to 150Mbps

Pix covers 99% of the USA with 4G LTE



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