1. How do I transfer data and switch to a new iPhone device?

Got a new iPhone you want to use with Q Link Wireless? No worries—you can easily transfer your data to a new iPhone from your old device.

Before you begin the device transfer, make sure you do the following:

  1. Charge both new and current devices.
  2. Unlock the old device with your passcode.
  3. Sign in to your iCloud account on your old device.
  4. Make sure you have a strong Wi-Fi connection.

You need to back up the data on your old phone to iCloud before you switch to your new iPhone. Most iCloud accounts automatically back up your data, which means transferring your data to your new iPhone can be easily done during its initial setup.

How to back up your data with iCloud:

  1. Connect to a strong Wi-Fi network.
  2. Go to “Settings”, and tap on your Apple ID.
  3. Select “iCloud” from this menu.
  4. Tap “iCloud Backup”.
  5. Select “Back Up Now”. Make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi until the backup completes. On this page, you’ll see when your last backup was completed.

How to switch from an old iPhone device?

If you’re ready to transfer data to your new iPhone, you can use Quick Start on your device to easily make the switch. Just make sure your old device has iOS 11 or newer. Quick Start requires both devices to work, so don’t reset the data on your old iPhone until you’re ready for the transfer to your new device.

You can also switch the SIM Card to your new iPhone before transferring your data. 

Now, let’s transfer your data from your old iPhone using Quick Start:

  1. Turn on your new iPhone and select your language and country.
  2. The Quick Start guide will now appear on your new iPhone.
  3. Place your old iPhone close to your new device.
  4. Wait for an animation to show on your new iPhone. Once you see it, pick up your old iPhone, and line up the image in the circle to verify the transfer.
  5. Enter the passcode of your old iPhone into your new device. 
  6. Select “Continue” to start the data transfer.

Or, let’s transfer your data from your old iPhone using iCloud backup:

  1. Turn on your new iPhone and select your language and country.
  2. The Quick Start guide will now appear on your new iPhone.
  3. Select “Set Up Manually”.
  4. Connect your new iPhone to a Wi-Fi network.
  5. Follow the instructions until you get to the “Apps & Data” menu. Choose to “Restore from an iCloud backup”.
  6. Sign in to your Apple ID and choose your backup.
  7. Follow the prompts to complete the data transfer.

Can I switch from an Android to an iPhone?

Yes, you can switch from an old Android to a new iPhone device! First, make sure you complete the following:

  1. The Wi-Fi on your old Android is turned on.
  2. Both your old Android and new iPhone are plugged into a power source.

Now, let’s transfer your data:

  1. Download the Move to iOS app on your Android device.
  2. Turn on your new iPhone and select your language and country.
  3. The Quick Start guide will now appear on your new iPhone.
  4. Select “Set Up Manually”.
  5. Connect your new iPhone to a Wi-Fi network.
  6. Follow the instructions until you get to the “Apps & Data” menu. Choose “Move Data from Android”.
  7. Open the Move to iOS app on your Android device.
  8. On your iPhone, wait for a ten or six-digit code to appear. Enter that code on your old Android device.
  9. Your new iPhone will create a temporary Wi-Fi network. Select “Connect” to join the network on your old Android device and wait for the “Transfer Data” screen to appear.
  10. On your old Android device, select what you want to transfer and then choose “Continue”. Leave both devices alone, plugged in, and near each other until the loading bar on your new iPhone has been completed.
  11. After the loading bar on your new iPhone finishes, select “Done” on your old Android device. 
  12. Tap “Continue” on your iPhone and follow the instructions to finish setting up your new device.

2. How do I transfer data and switch to a new Android device?

Have a new phone you want to use with Q Link Wireless? It’s easy to transfer your data to a new Android device from your old Android or iPhone.

Before you begin, please do the following to ensure an easy and smooth transfer:

  1. Charge both new and current devices.
  2. Unlock the old device with your PIN, password, or selected pattern.
  3. Sign in with your Google Account on your old device, or create a new Google Account.
  4. Make sure you have a strong Wi-Fi connection.

Make sure that all of your data on your old phone is backed up to Google Drive before you switch to your new Android. Google makes this easy because your contacts, texts, and settings are all automatically backed up, allowing you to restore data to your new phone just by logging into your Google account when you set it up.

Your backed-up data doesn’t count toward your free Google Drive storage, so you won’t run out of storage or have to pay to back up your data.

How to back up your data:

  1. Open Settings from the Quick Settings.
  2. Scroll down to the bottom, and select the “System” menu.
  3. Tap “Backup”.
  4. Slide the toggle for “Back up to Google Drive” to set it to “On”.
  5. Select “Back up now” to back up your latest data to Google Drive.
  6. Go to contacts.google.com to make sure all your contacts are in your Google account.

How to switch from an old Android device?

Once your new phone is unboxed and ready for setting up, it’s easy to restore data from your older device! All you need is your old phone, so make sure you don’t reset the data on it until you’re ready to transfer to your new device.

Also, before you begin, you can now switch the SIM Card over to your new phone. Once you have done that, let’s start:

  1. Turn on your new phone and select your desired language.
  2. Tap “Start” on the welcome page.
  3. Connect to a strong and reliable Wi-Fi network.
  4. Select “Next” on the “Copy apps & data” page.
  5. Then, on the “Bring your data from…” page, tap “A backup from an Android phone”.
  6. Select “Next” on the following two pages to begin transferring data.
  7. If a page opens up that asks to “Verify your phone”, stay on this page and get your old phone. Do the following on your old phone:
    1. Open the “Settings” app.
    2. Select the “Google” menu.
    3. Tap “Set up & Restore”.
    4. Select “Set up nearby device”.
    5. Select “Next” on the “Getting started” page.
    6.  Make sure your phone is now searching for a nearby device. Then verify the patterns and numbers on both devices match and select “Next” to continue.
    7. Tap “Next” to confirm.
    8. Select “Copy” on the “Copy to your new device?” page.
    9. Once you see a “Copying your account” progress bar, switch back to your new phone.
  8. Back on your new device, sign in to your Google account.
  9. Confirm the screen lock PIN or password of your old phone to allow the data transfer.
  10. The next page is called “Choose what to restore” and here you can select if you want everything transferred. If you do, leave all the settings alone and select “Restore”.

Can I switch from an iPhone to an Android?

Yes, you can! It’s super easy to transfer your data from an iPhone to your new Android device. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Download Google Drive on your iPhone. Make sure you have the latest version of the Google Drive app on your iPhone, and then sign into the app with your Google Account. If you don’t have a Google Account, you can create one for free.
  2. Back up your data in Google Drive. Select the Settings in the Google Drive app, then select “Backup”. You can choose certain things to back up or select it all.
  3. Turn off iMessage on your iPhone. Go to your iPhone’s settings and turn off iMessage and FaceTime.
  4. Turn on your new Android and sign in. When you set up your new Android, you’ll need to sign into the same Google Account you used during the iPhone backup. Your data will automatically transfer.

3. Why won’t my new SIM Card work with my ZTE?

If you have a Quest 5 and have received an error message after inserting your new SIM Card, then you’ve come to the right place! You’ll most likely have to update the software on your phone, so we’ve put together a few steps on how to get this started. Once completed, your phone & SIM Card should work smoothly.  

Pro tip: Before starting, make sure your new SIM Card has been removed from your phone and that your phone is at least 60% charged. Connecting your phone to a charger may also help. You should also be connected to Wi-Fi.

Check the version of your ZTE Software

Let’s start by checking the current version of your ZTE software.

  1. Go to Settings > Scroll down & Tap System
  2. Select Advanced > Then hit About phone
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and check your build number

If your build ends in B14, your phone is running on the latest ZTE software.

Now, if your build ends between B06 & B11, you will have to update your phone until it reaches version B14.

Build numbers are:






Updating your ZTE Software

Now that you’ve found your build number, you can start from here.

  1. Go back and tap Advanced 
  2. Then, tap System Update > Hit ZTE Update
  3. Tap Check for Update 

If an update is found, your phone will automatically begin downloading it to your phone.

Once you have successfully updated your ZTE software, you’ll need to perform a Network Reset. This will clear “junk files” and makes your phone run faster. And don’t worry! A Network Reset won’t delete any files stored on your phone.

Resetting Your Network

  1. Tap Settings > Hit System
  2. Choose Reset Options > Then Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth

Once your ZTE software has reached B14, insert your new SIM Card into your phone and perform another Network Reset (see instructions above).

Your phone will then restart and connect to our upgraded network! You can now surf, stream and use all your favorite apps at faster speeds than ever before.

If you’ve completed each of these steps and your phone is still displaying an error message, it’s best to speak to our Tech Support team.

Give us a call at 1 (888) 505 – 7678 and we will connect you to an agent who can help resolve this issue for you.

4. What are your customer support hours? Do you have chat?

Customer Service is available Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM EST to 12:00 AM EST, and Saturday – Sunday: 8:00 AM EST to 8:00 PM EST at 1 (855) 754-6543

Chat support is available Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM EST to 12:00 AM EST, and Saturday – Sunday: 8:00 AM EST to 8:00 PM EST here.

5. Wi-Fi Auto-Connect Locations

Q Link Wireless has teamed up with these 50 sponsors to bring you FREE Wi-Fi hotspot connections in over 10 Million locations nationwide. All you need is the My Mobile Account App installed on your smartphone, and we’ll take care of the rest!


  • ATT Wi-Fi


  • Best Buy
  • Bloomingdales
  • Budget Inn
  • Buffalo Wild Wings


  • Chick-fil-A
  • Chuck-E-Cheese
  • Clarion
  • Courtyard


  • Days Inn
  • Denny’s
  • Disney Theme Parks


  • El Pollo Loco


  • Firestone


  • Gap


  • H&M


  • IHOP
  • IKEA
  • Islands Restaurants


  • Kaiser Permanente
  • KFC


  • Marriott
  • McDonald’s
  • Michael’s


  • Nordstrom


  • Office Depot


  • Panda Express
  • Panera
  • Pizza Hut
  • Planet Fitness
  • Popeyes


  • Ralph’s
  • Red Lobster
  • Residence Inn


  • Sams Club
  • Sears
  • Sheraton
  • Six Flags
  • Staples
  • Starbucks
  • Super 8


  • Taco Bell
  • Target
  • Travel Lodge


  • Universal Studios & Islands of Adventure


  • Von’s


  • Walmart
  • Wendy’s
  • Whole Foods Market


  • Yard House

6. Do you offer HotSpots?

Well, that depends!

Hotspots (Wi-Fi Auto-connect) vs Hotspot (On a device)

Hotspots are access points where you can connect to FREE internet within our nationwide network. This is referred to as “Wi-Fi Offloading” or “Wi-Fi Auto-connect”, and can be turned on with the My Mobile Account app.

We presently have 10-million locations with FREE Wi-Fi available to our customers. If you have the App permissions enabled for My Mobile Account App, we’ll auto-connect you to the nearest available Wi-Fi spot, saving you data & money. Check the My Mobile Account app to find FREE internet hotspots near you! (We also have a convenient list of participating locations here.)

A Hotspot on a phone, however, is the ability to tether your other devices (laptops, phones, and tablets) to your phone’s data connection, allowing those devices to access the Internet. Q Link Wireless currently does not offer ‘Hotspot for devices’ with our plans, but check back soon, as we are constantly improving our network and options!

Security Concerns Related to Hotspots

You should never use a public hotspot to share your personal information with websites (such as credit card or banking information). Criminals can intercept the data and use it for their own personal gain. If you need to share personal information over a public wi-fi network, it is advisable to use a VPN.

Q Link Wireless is not responsible for data breeches or irresponsible data use.

7. How do I get the latest software update on my Q Link phone?

Updating your Q Link phone is the best way to enjoy the latest and greatest software available, and it’s absolutely free! See below to learn exactly how to check for the newest updates on your Q Link Phone.

NOTE: This set of instructions will work with most ZTE phones. If you do not have either of these devices, refer to your phone’s User Manual for more information.


Q Link releases new updates all the time! Be sure to check back every now and then to ensure your phone is up-to-date and running the newest software.


Not sure which update version your Q Link phone is running?

Here is how to check:

  • ZTE N817:
    Settings > About Phone > scroll to ‘SW Version‘ and refer to the last 3 digits. That is the software version your phone is currently running.
  • ZTE N818S:
    Settings > About Phone > scroll to ‘Build Number‘ and refer to the last 3 digits. That is the software version your phone is currently running.

NOTE: Don’t worry if your phone is more than one software version behind the most recent one. You can still enjoy the latest update, however, you will not be able to go directly from your current software to the latest one. You will need to download each update individually until you are fully caught up. See the instructions above to start updating your phone now!

8. How do I back up my smartphone’s data?

Backing up your smartphone’s data lets you keep your information even if something happens to your physical device.

Performing frequent backups is the best way to ensure the preservation of important data.

You also definitely want to back up your phone before you perform a network reset of your device.

If you own an iPhone:

To Back Up with iCloud

  1. Connect your iPhone to a Wi-Fi Network
  2. Go to Settings > [Your name], and click iCloud. (If your phone is running iOS 10.2 or earlier, you’ll have to scroll down to iCloud from Settings.)
  3. Navigate settings to ensure that ‘iCloud Backup’ is turned ON/enabled.
  4. Click ‘iCloud Backup’. (If your phone is running iOS 10.2 or earlier, click ‘Backup’.)
  5. Click ‘Back Up Now’. Make sure you stay connected to Wi-Fi until the process is complete.

To Back Up With iTunes

  1. Open up iTunes and connect your phone to your computer with your charger cable.
  2. If a message pops up on your iPhone asking to ‘Trust This Computer’, select ‘Yes’.
  3. When your iPhone shows up in iTunes, select it.
  4. Click ‘Back Up Now’.
  5. After the backup finishes, check the Summary screen to make sure it did so successfully.

For the latest instructions on backing up your iPhone, check out the official Apple webpage.

If you own an Android:

  1. Android is designed to back up to cloud services. A variety of online services exist with the sole purpose of helping you back up your information. These include Dropbox, Google Drive, and Mega, to name a few.
  2. You can also enable Android’s built-in backup feature. Simply go to Settings > ‘Backup and reset’ and make sure ‘Back up my data” and ‘automatic restore’ are enabled. This will tie your data to a Gmail account, where it can be retrieved at any time.

9. Is my Q Link phone covered under warranty?

Yes, it is! Click here to see what warranty your phone is currently under.

Every smartphone we provide our Q Link Members is covered by two warranties.

14 Day Q Link Guarantee

Q Link Wireless will replace any phone that does not work with a brand new smartphone within 14 days of delivery. Cosmetic defects/scratches do not qualify under the return policy.

How to return your defective phone to Q Link within 14 days of delivery:

  1. Call Customer Support at 1 855-754-6543 to speak with a representative and get a return authorization number (RMA). Returns WILL NOT be accepted without an RMA number!
  2. Write the RMA number on the prepaid shipping label, available to download here. Cut off the label and tape it to the original box.
  3. Place the defective phone inside the original box, seal with tape, and drop it off at your local post office to ship it back to Q Link Wireless at no cost.

Manufacturer Warranty

All of our smartphone models include a 1 year Manufacturer’s Warranty.
If your phone breaks within 1 year of delivery, you can reach out to the manufacturer of the smartphone for assistance on getting a replacement.

What if my phone’s warranties are expired?

Upgrading Your Smartphone

If your phone has surpassed its warranty, you can still get an affordable smartphone.
We offer Q Link Members an exclusive discount of $25 for an upgraded ZTE Z3001S smartphone.

Get your upgraded smartphone today!

Bring Your Own Phone

Have a smartphone you already love? Bring it to Q Link Wireless at absolutely no cost!
We’ll even provide you with a FREE SIM card, if you need one.

10. Why does a replacement phone cost $34.95?

Unfortunately, the federal government does not reimburse us for the smartphones we provide. However, Q Link Wireless’ mission is to ease your mind and budget by offering a $34.95 replacement smartphone. The smartphone model we send out for replacement orders is a Q Link Wireless Standard Smartphone.

We know sometimes accidents happen or can’t be avoided and we want to make sure you stay connected to the people and places that matter to you.

Click here to replace a lost, stolen, or damaged phone.

11. How do I download free apps to my Android smartphone?

You can download free apps to your Q Link Android smartphone using the Play Store app, which comes pre-installed on your Q Link smartphone, so you can access it right away. To download your free apps, you’ll just need to sign into the Play Store with a free account.

If you already have an email address ending in ‘@gmail.com’, you can use that to sign in on the Play Store app. Simply open the Play Store app and sign in using your email address and the same password you use to check your email.

If you don’t have an ‘@gmail.com’ email address, follow these steps to set up your free account on the Play Store:

  1. Open the Play Store app on your Q Link phone.
  2. When you’re prompted to add a Google Account, select “NEW”.
  3. Provide your first and last name, and then create a username and password for your new account.
    Note: This will also create a new email account with Gmail, where you’ll get emails regarding your Play Store downloads.
  4. Accept the Terms & Conditions, and you’re all set! If you don’t have a credit card to enter, don’t worry. You can skip that step and still download free apps to your phone.

That’s it! Now you can browse the Google Play store and download free apps to your Q Link phone. Don’t forget to connect to Wi-Fi before you download apps to your phone, so you don’t use up your data on downloads.

12. How do I fix my data if it isn’t working?

If you’re having trouble using your data, you’ll want to make sure that data is enabled on your smartphone.

Here’s how to enable data on your Android device:

  1. Go to Settings > Wireless & Networks.
  2. Select Data Usage.
  3. Toggle the ‘Enable Data‘switch to the right to turn it green.

Here’s how to enable data on your iPhone:

  1. Go to Settings > Cellular.
  2. Make sure the “Cellular Data” switch is to the right and green.

If your data is already switched on, and you are unable to use data, please check your available data balance by logging into your My Q Link account. For more information on checking your data balance, click here.

13. My phone keeps turning ON and OFF. How can I fix this?

If your Android phone is turning on and off on its own, you may need to reboot your device. The following steps will reboot the device:

  1. Press and hold the power button on your phone to turn it off.
  2. Once off, hold down the power and the volume-down button until a recovery screen appears.
  3. Use the volume-down button to scroll to the “reboot system now” option.
  4. Once “reboot system now” is highlighted, press the power button one last time.

Your phone will reboot, and power back on. This should fix any problems you’re having with your phone turning off and back on by itself.

14. I received an error message on my phone. What should I do?

Error messages are generated for many different reasons. You may be unable to send a picture or video message, or you may receive error messages if your phone is connected to the wrong network, or if data is disabled on your phone. But don’t worry! It’s typically easy to fix.

Here’s what you can do:

  1. Go to Settings › Wireless & Networks › Mobile Networks or Data
  2. Once there, make sure data is enabled.
  3. Go to Settings > System Update > Update Profile or PRL
  4. Select “Update Profile” or “Update PRL” (if you see both, please update both).
  5. Once selected, wait a moment while the phone finishes updating. Some phones may restart at this point.

If this does not solve the error, or you continue to receive error messages, contact our excellent customer support team. They will be happy to walk you through troubleshooting your phone.

  1. Call us toll-free at 1-855-754-6543.
  2. Follow the prompts to resolve your issue.




15. How do I contact Q Link Wireless?

There are several easy ways to get in touch with us:


  1. Click here to send us an email.
  2. Be sure to provide your phone number, email address, and full name, as they appear on your account.

NOTE: It may take up to 72 hours for our Customer Support team to begin processing your request.


  1. Call us toll-free at 1-855-754-6543.
  2. Follow the prompts to resolve your issue.

NOTE: Customer Support is available Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM EST to 12:00 AM EST, and Saturday – Sunday: 8:00 AM EST to 8:00 PM EST.


  1. You can send us mail via USPS to:

Q Link Wireless
499 E Sheridan St, Ste 200
Dania, Florida 33004

  1. Be sure to include:
    • the reason you are contacting us
    • your name
    • your Q Link enrollment ID (or a phone number where we can reach you).

NOTE: Response times may vary depending on mail processing and delays. Once we receive your letter, it may take up to 72 hours for our Customer Support team to begin processing your request.

16. What if my phone doesn’t work or breaks?

We’re sorry to hear you’re experiencing technical problems with your cell phone. We understand troubleshooting can be difficult.

Please use the following links for quick and easy troubleshooting:


If you’ve followed these troubleshooting guidelines and you’re still having a problem, you may need to contact Customer Support at 1-855-754-6543 for further troubleshooting assistance. Please do not call from the phone you are experiencing problems with, call from a different phone so that we can speak with you while performing a few quick troubleshooting steps on your problem device.

Ready to upgrade?

If you’d like to order a new phone, you can order a replacement for a discounted rate of $25. For your convenience, you can pay over the phone or online with a debit or credit card in your name or with a prepaid gift card. Click here to use our easy online ordering system, or call 1-855-754-6543 to make your request by phone.

You may also bring a different smartphone to our network with Q Link’s Bring Your Own Phone program. All you need to do is confirm the eligibility of your phone to get started.

**If you reported that your phone, battery, or charger was broken, but it now works, there is nothing further for you to do except enjoy your free service!**

17. What is “Error Code 67” and why am I getting it on my phone?

This error code happens when you leave the data on your phone disabled for too long. To fix this error, you’ll need to change your phone’s profile on the wireless network.

To change the profile, simply follow these three easy steps:

  1. Go to your Q Link phone’s Settings.
  2. Select Wireless Networks and then choose ‘Mobile Networks‘.
  3. Click on ‘Data Enable’. Toggle the switch to disable data.
  4. Reset your phone by powering it off and then back on.
  5. Repeat steps 1 and 2. Click on ‘Data Enable‘ and toggle it to enable data.

If this does not resolve the issue, please contact Customer Support for additional troubleshooting. You can reach our friendly support staff toll-free at 1-855-754-6543. Make sure the phone you are calling from is not the phone you are experiencing problems with.

18. Why do I have a weak signal on my phone?

If your phone’s signal strength is weak, there could be several factors affecting it:

  • You are outside the network’s coverage area
  • You are roaming
  • Your current location has weaker than normal signal strength
  • Factors such as weather, terrain, foliage, traffic volume, or service outages

Here are some potential solutions for poor signal strength:

Use Wi-Fi Networks

Connecting to Wi-Fi networks can usually provide a solid boost to your phone’s signal strength.

Turn “Airplane mode” on and off

Airplane mode will disconnect your phone from the network. By toggling it off and on again, your phone will attempt to reconnect to the closest cell tower. Because closer towers provide better service, causing a forced ‘reconnect’ can, in some cases, provide a stronger signal.

Change locations

You might be out of the network’s coverage range OR your signal could be blocked. Change your physical location until your cellphone receives a stronger signal.

Reset your Network Settings

Resetting your network settings can refresh your connection and yield a stronger signal. Check out our guide on how to perform a network reset.

If you’re still experiencing trouble connecting to our network, feel free to contact customer support at 1-855-754-6543. We’ll be happy to help you get connected!

19. Why can’t I make outbound calls on my Q Link phone?

If every outbound call you make goes to customer support, your account may be blocked for one of the following reasons:

  • You are out of minutes

  1. Add minutes to begin making and receiving calls again. (To continue making calls and text messages with your Q Link phone, you can add more minutes now.)

– OR –

  • Your Q Link cell phone was reported lost or stolen.

  1. Once a device is reported lost/stolen, it cannot be used on a wireless network. Contact customer support if this is an error.

While your account is blocked, you will still be able to dial *611 or 911 at any time. Until you add minutes to your Q Link phone, or until your minutes are refilled on the 1st of the following month, you will not be able to make any other outbound calls or receive any inbound calls. You will also be unable to send and receive text messages.


Customer Support can be reached at: 1-(855)-754-6543

20. What if my battery or charger doesn’t work or breaks? What if my phone won’t charge?

We’re sorry that you’re experiencing technical problems charging your phone.

If your phone isn’t working or does not turn on, please follow these steps:

  1. Make sure you’ve removed any tape or stickers from your battery that would prevent it from making full contact with the phone.
  2. Clean your battery contacts. This can be done with rubbing alcohol on a q-tip. Gently rub contacts and surrounding area on both the phone and battery. Remove any visible dust or debris.
  3. Plug the charger into both the wall and your phone, and then charge the battery for 4 to 6 hours before attempting to use your phone.

If you’ve tried these troubleshooting instructions, and you’re still having problems with your phone, you will have to purchase a new charger but don’t worry! You can always visit your local retail store or search online to purchase a compatible charger for your phone. You may also purchase a replacement phone for a discounted rate of $25.

21. How do I set up or unlock my voicemail?

To set up your voicemail
complete the following steps:

  1. Turn on your Q Link phone.
  2. Press and hold ‘1’ on the keypad.
  3. Listen for the instructions to set up your voicemail.

If you forgot your voicemail password
or you need to unlock your voicemail, please log in to your My Q Link account. On the “Account Overview” page, scroll down to “Device Help”. There, you will see a link you can click to reset your voicemail.

reset the voicemail in your Q Link phone

Please note: When you reset your voicemail, you will lose any saved messages, your voicemail greeting, and any other voicemail settings. Once the reset is complete you will be able to follow the instructions above for voicemail setup to customize your settings.


22. Can I access my voicemail from a different phone?

Yes, you can listen to your voicemail from any working phone. Simply dial your Q Link phone number (if your phone is turned on, don’t answer it when it rings). When you hear your voicemail message, press the  ‘*‘ key to interrupt it, and then follow the prompts to enter your voicemail password. You can now listen to your voicemail message(s).

23. How do I perform a Master Reset or Factory Reset for my locked or frozen phone?

If your Q Link cell phone is locked or frozen, you can perform a Master Reset to help unlock or unfreeze it.

Master Resets are also known as Factory Resets or Hard Resets. They should be performed as a last resort after all other troubleshooting attempts have been made.

A Master Reset will result in the loss of all data previously stored on your phone. We highly recommend that you perform a backup of your phone before performing a Master Reset.

To back up your phone data and perform a Master Reset, please refer to your phone’s user manual.

25. What should I do if I think my phone is lost in the mail?

First, be sure you have received an email containing your Q Link cell phone’s tracking number. If you have not received this email, please check your account status to make sure your phone has already been shipped.

There are two ways to determine if your phone was lost while in transit:

  1. Lost In Transit. Please note, the “estimated delivery” is not guaranteed, and actual delivery dates depend on your local post office. If your phone has been in transit for 2 weeks after the scheduled delivery date, and the last location shown is not in your city, then it may be lost in the mail.
  2. Lost after Delivered. If the tracking details show that your phone was delivered (with a date and time shown) and you have not yet received it, it may be lost in the mail.

If you feel your phone was lost in the mail, please contact customer support right away.

You can call Customer Support at 1-855-754-6543, or send us an email by clicking here. Make sure to provide your information as it is on your Q Link account, and explain the issue clearly. It may take up to 72 hours for our Customer Support team to begin processing your request.

26. Where is my replacement phone?

If you have purchased a replacement phone you will receive an email once your request is being processed. Once the item(s) has shipped, you will receive a second email notifying you of shipment and providing a tracking number. Please allow 7 to 10 business days for complete processing of your replacement Q Link phone.

If you have returned a broken phone or accessories, please allow up to 14 days for us to run diagnostics and either return the phone or send a replacement phone to you.

If you have not received an email with your tracking number after 14 days, or if the tracking status shows the package was delivered, but you haven’t received it, please contact customer support right away.

You can call Customer Support at 1-855-754-6543, or send us an email by clicking here. Make sure to provide your information just like it is on your Q Link account, and explain the issue clearly. It may take up to 72 hours for our Customer Support team to begin processing your request.

27. How do I activate my phone with Q Link?

Whether you brought your own phone or purchased a new one, activating it with Q Link is super easy!

Just follow the steps below:

If You Brought Your Own Phone

  1. Insert your Q Link SIM Card into your phone. Learn how with our handy SIM installation guide. If you don’t need a SIM card, continue to step 2.
  2. Perform a Network Reset on your phone. Check our Network Reset guide to see how.
  3. Download the My Mobile Account App from the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play Store (Android) and log in using your Q Link phone number.
  4. Make a test call to 305-260-6232 to complete the activation.

Congratulations! Your smartphone is now connected to the Q Link Wireless network. Enjoy your Free Phone Service!

If you Purchased a New Q Link Phone

  1. Turn on your new phone.
  2. Open the pre-installed My Mobile Account App and log in using your Q Link phone number.
  3. Make a test call to 305-260-6232 to complete the activation.

Congratulations! Your smartphone is now connected to the Q Link Wireless network. Enjoy your Free Phone Service!

28. I cannot activate my phone, what do I do?

If you cannot activate your phone, please contact customer support right away.

You can call Customer Support at 1-855-754-6543, or send us an email by clicking here. Make sure to provide your information as it is on your Q Link account, and explain the issue clearly. It may take up to 72 hours for our Customer Support team to begin processing your request.

29. What happens if I don’t receive my minutes for the given month?

If you do not receive your minutes on a given month, please send us an email by clicking here. You can also contact us by calling Customer Support at 1-(855) 754-6543. Make sure to provide your information as it is on your Q Link account, and explain the issue clearly. It may take up to 72 hours for our Customer Support team to begin processing your email request.

30. Device User Manuals

Please check below to download your device manual. Devices listed may no longer be available for purchase or replacement.

Don’t see your device?
You can find the manual directly on the manufacturer’s website by using one of these links.

Alcatel, BlackberryHTC, Huawei, KyoceraLGMotorolaNokiaPalmSamsungSanyoTabletZTE

Q Link’s ZTE Legacy

ZTEN817 Legacy
Model# N818S
ZTEN817 Legacy
ZTE Legacy
Model# N817
ZTEN817 Legacy
ZTE N9137
Model# N9137
ZTEN817 Legacy
ZTE Z3001S
Model# Z3001S
ZTEN817 Legacy
ZTE HP Poblano
Model# VLE5

Q Link Wireless Tablet

Scepter 8 Tablet
Model# Scepter 8


Alcatel OneTouch Elevate / 5017B
Alcatel OneTouch Elevate
Model# 5017B
Alcatel OneTouch Conquest / 7046T
Alcatel OneTouch Conquest
Model# 7046T
Alcatel 2017B
Alcatel OneTouch Retro
Model# 2017B


Blackberry Curve / BB-8330
BlackBerry Curve 8330
Model# BB-8330
Blackberry 8703E / BB-8703E
BlackBerry 8703E
Model# BB-8703E
Blackberry 7130E / BB-7130E
BlackBerry 7130E
Model# BB-7130E
BlackBerry Curve 8530 / BB-8530
BlackBerry Curve 8530
Model# BB-8530
BlackBerry Pearl 8130 / BB-8130
BlackBerry Pearl 8130
Model# BB-8130
BlackBerry Style / BB-9670
BlackBerry Style
Model# BB-9670


HTC Desire 626
Model# 0PM92
HTC One M9
Model# PG76200
HTC Tiara 8XT / PO88100
HTC Tiara 8XT
Model# PO88100
HTC Touch Pro2 / T7380
HTC Touch Pro2
Model# T7380
HTC EVO 4G / PC36100
Model# PC36100
Model# APX325C
HTC Hero CDMA / Hero200
HTC Hero
Model# Hero200
HTC Mogul / PPC6800
HTC Mogul
Model# PPC6800
HTC Desire 626s 0PM9200
HTC Desire 626s
Model# 0PM9200
HTC Desire 510
Model# 0PCV100
HTC Mogul / PPC6800
Model# PK76300
HTC EVO Shift 4G / PG06100
HTC EVO Shift 4G
Model# PG06100
HTC EVO 3D / PG86100
Model# PG86100
HTC Snap / HTCS511
HTC Snap
Model# HTCS511
HTC Touch Pro CDMA / XV6850
HTC Touch Pro CDMA
Model# XV6850
HTC Touch Vogue / MP6900SP
HTC Touch Vogue
Model# MP6900SP
HTC Desire 610 / 0P4E100
HTC Desire 816
Model# OP9C300
HTC Desire 610 / 0P4E100
HTC Desire 610
Model# 0P4E100
HTC Touch Pro 2 / XV6875
HTC Touch Pro 2
Model# XV6875
HTC Apache / PPC6700
HTC Apache
Model# PPC6700
HTC Arrive - 7 Pro / PC93100
HTC Arrive – 7 Pro
Model# PC93100
HTC EVO Design 4G / PH44100
HTC EVO Design 4G
Model# PH44100
HTC One SV / PL80110
Model# PL80110
HTC Desire C / H1000
HTC Desire C
Model# H1000


Huawei Union / Y538
Huawei Union Y538
Model# Y538
Sprint Express / PCD-M650
Huawei Express M650
Model# PCD-M650


Kyocera HydroEdge / C5215
Kyocera HydroEdge
Model# C5215
Kyocera Event / C5133
Kyocera Event
Model# C5133
Kyocera DuraPlus / e4233
Kyocera DuraPlus
Model# E4233
Kyocera DuraMax / e4255
Kyocera DuraMax
Model# E4255
Kyocera DuraXT / e4277
Kyocera DuraXT
Model# E4277
Kyocera LOFT / S2300
Kyocera LOFT
Model# S2300
Kyocera Jax / S1360
Kyocera Jax
Model# S1360
Kyocera HydroIcon/ C6730
Kyocera HydroIcon
Model# C6730
Kyocera Echo / M9300
Kyocera Echo
Model# M9300
Kyocera Rise / C5155
Kyocera Rise
Model# C5155
Kyocera Brio / S3015
Kyocera Brio
Model# S3015
Kyocera Milano / C5120
Kyocera Milano
Model# C5120
Kyocera G2GO / M2000
Kyocera G2GO
Model# M2000
Kyocera Luno / S2100
Kyocera Luno
Model# S2100
Kyocera HydroVibe / C6725
Kyocera HydroVibe
Model# C6725
Kyocera Torque / E6710
Kyocera Torque
Model# E6710
Kyocera Hydro / C5170
Kyocera Hydro
Model# C5170
Kyocera DuraCore / E4210
Kyocera DuraCore
Model# E4210
Kyocera Coast / S2151
Kyocera Coast
Model# S2151
Kyocera Verve / S3150
Kyocera Verve
Model# S3150
Kyocera TNT / S2400
Kyocera TNT
Model# S2400


LG Realm / LS620
LG Tribute 2
Model# LS665
LG Realm / LS620
LG Realm
Model# LS620
LG Optimus L5 / E610
LG Optimus L5
Model# E610
LG Lotus / LX600
LG Lotus
Model# LX600
LG Remarq / LN240
LG Remarq
Model# LN240
LG Rumor / LN510
LG Rumor
Model# LN510
LG Rumor 2 / LX265
LG Rumor 2
Model# LX265
LG Lotus Elite / LX610
LG Lotus Elite
Model# LX610
LG Stylo
LG Stylo
Model# H631
LG Tribute Dynasty
Model# SP200
LG Tribute Royal
LG Tribute Royal
Model# LM-X320PM
LG Optimus F3 / VM720
LG Optimus F3
Model# VM720
LG 101 / VM101
LG 101
Model# VM101
LG Rumor Reflex / LN272
LG Rumor Reflex
Model# LN272
LG LX290
LG LX290
Model# LX290
LG LX370
LG LX370
Model# LX370
LG Optimus S / LS670
LG Optimus S
Model# LS670
LG Rumor / LX260
LG Rumor
Model# LX260
LG G7 ThinQ
LG G7 ThinQ
Model# G710
LG Stylo 4
LG Stylo 4
Model# LGQ710
LG Stylo 3
Model# LS777
LG Marquee / LS855
LG G3 Vigor
Model# LS855
LG Optimus Slider / VM701
LG Optimus Slider
Model# VM701
LG Elite / LS696
LG Elite
Model# LS696
LG Viper 4G LTE / LS840
LG Viper 4G LTE
Model# LS840
LG LX160
LG LX160
Model# LX160
LG LG102
LG LG102
Model# LG102
LG Optimus G / LS970
LG Optimus G
Model# LS970
LG K30
LG K30
Model# LGX410
LG Tribute Empire
LG Tribute Empire
Model# LGX220
LG Stylo 5
Model# Q720PS


Motorola Triumph / WX435
Motorola Triumph
Model# WX435
Motorola Theory / WX430
Motorola Theory
Model# WX430
Motorola T603
Motorola T603
Model# T603
Moto g6 PLAY
Motorola moto g6 PLAY
Model# XT1922-7
Motorola Moto G / XT1548
Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen
Model# XT1548
Motorola Moto G / XT1031
Motorola Moto G
Model# WX435
Motorola XPRT / MB612
Motorola XPRT
Model# MB612
Moto e5 PLUS
Motorola Moto e5 PLUS
Model# XT1924-6
Motorola Moto E / XT1526
Motorola Moto E
Model# XT1526
MotoRAZR V3m
Motorola RAZR V3m
Model# V3m
Moto e5 PLAY
Motorola moto e5 PLAY
Model# XT1921-5


Nokia Lumia / RM-1078
Nokia Lumia
Model# RM-1078


Palm Treo 800
Palm Treo 800
Model# 800w
Palm Treo 850
Palm Treo Pro
Model# 850


Samsung Galaxy Nexus / SPH-L700
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Model# SPH-L700
Samsung Conquer / SPH-D600
Samsung Conquer
Model# SPH-D600
Samsung M300 / SPH-M300
Samsung M300
Model# SPH-M300
Samsung M320 / SPH-M320
Samsung M320
Model# SPH-M320
Samsung M330 / SPH-M330
Samsung M330
Model# SPH-M330
Samsung Seek / SPH-M350
Samsung Seek
Model# SPH-M350
Samsung Rant / SPH-M540
Samsung Rant
Model# SPH-M540
Samsung Exclaim / SPH-M550
Samsung Exclaim
Model# SPH-M550
Samsung Restore / SPH-M570
Samsung Restore
Model# SPH-M570
Samsung Galaxy A6
Samsung Galaxy A6
Model# SPH-A600PBLK
Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
Samsung Galaxy S8 Active
Samsung Galaxy Core Prime / G360P
Samsung Galaxy Core Prime
Model# SPH-G360P
Samsung Galaxy II / SPH-D710
Samsung Galaxy II
Model# SPH-D710
Samsung Prevail / SPH-M820
Samsung Prevail
Model# SPH-M820
Samsung Factor / SPH-M260
Samsung Factor
Model# SPH-M260
Samsung / SPH-M220
Samsung M220
Model# SPH-M220
Samsung / SPH-M240
Samsung M240
Model# SPH-M240
Samsung / SPH-M360
Samsung M360
Model# SPH-M360
Samsung / SPH-M400
Samsung M400
Model# SPH-M400
Samsung / SPH-M270
Samsung M270
Model# SPH-M270
Samsung Galaxy J3
Samsung Galaxy J3
Model# J337P
Samsung Galaxy S9+
Samsung Galaxy S9+
Samsung Nexus S / SPH-D720
Samsung Nexus S
Model# SPH-D720
Samsung Prevail II / SPH-M840
Samsung Prevail II
Model# SPH-M840
Samsung Galaxy Rush / SPH-M830
Samsung Galaxy Rush
Model# SPH-M830
Samsung Transform / SPH-M920
Samsung Transform
Model# SPH-M920
Samsung Trender / SPH-M380
Samsung Trender
Model# SPH-M380
Samsung Array / SPH-M390
Samsung Array
Model# SPH-M390
Samsung Reclaim / SPH-M560
Samsung Reclaim
Model# SPH-M560
Samsung Instinct / SPH-M810
Samsung Instinct
Model# SPH-M810
Samsung Intercept / SPH-M910
Samsung Intercept
Model# SPH-M910
Samsung Galaxy J7 Refine
Samsung Galaxy J7 Refine
Model# J737P


Sanyo Pro 700 / PRO700
Sanyo Pro 700
Model# PRO700
Sanyo Juno / SCP-2700
Sanyo Juno
Model# SCP-2700
Sanyo Mirro / SCP-3810
Sanyo Mirro
Model# SCP-3810
Sanyo Katana LX / SCP-3800
Sanyo Katana LX
Model# SCP-3800
Sanyo Vero / SCP-3820
Sanyo Vero
Model# SCP-3820
Sanyo Innuendo / SCP-6780
Sanyo Innuendo
Model# SCP-6780


ZTE Warp Elite
ZTE Warp Elite
Model# N9518
ZTE Warp Sync / N9515
ZTE Warp Sync
Model# N9515
ZTE Chaser / VM2090
ZTE Chaser
Model# VM2090
ZTE Warp Sequent / N861
ZTE Warp Sequent
Model# N861
ZTE Tempo X
ZTE Tempo X
ZTE Max Plus
ZTE Max Plus
Model# N9521
ZTE Awe / N800
Model# N800
ZTE Warp Speed / N9130
ZTE Speed
Model# N9130
ZTE Warp / N860
ZTE Warp
Model# N860
ZTE Peestige 2
ZTE Prestige 2
Model# N9136
ZTE Vital / N9810
ZTE Vital
Model# N9810
ZTE Prestige / N9132
ZTE Prestige
Model# N9132
ZTE Reef / N810
ZTE Reef
Model# N810
ZTE Blade Force
ZTE Blade Force
Model# N9517

Hot Pepper

HP Serrano
HP Serrano
Model# N/A