— This is a wiki post, which means everyone can edit it —
Which places are people getting the “Please enter a post-paid phone number.” message?
We should compile a list, it will help us, and it would help Blizzard.
Australia: Amaysim (prepaid), Kogan Mobile (prepaid)
Brazil: Vivo, others should work.
Canada: Fizz, Telus, Rogers/Bell, Sask-tel, Shaw
Colombia: Tigo (prepaid) and presumably Movistar, Claro and ETB, unsure for the other ones
Germany: Aldi Talk (Telefónica), Vodafone, congstar, fraenk, Telekom, o2 (Prepaid)
Hungary: Telekom, Yettel (almost certainly Voda too)
Italy: Poste Mobile, Vodafone
Italy: Tim, Wind and Iliad Likely work.
New Zealand: 2Degrees, Kogan Mobile (prepaid)
United Kingdom: Virgin Media, EE (post paid), Tesco payg, vodafone (payg + pay monthly), Lycamobile payg + pay monthly
PAYG = Pay as you go, which is the UK equivalent of “pre-paid” simcard
Saudi Arabia: STC, Mobily post paid & pay monthly
Red Pocket Mobile
Metro PCS or Metro by T-Mobile (before system change)
Total by Verizon
AT&T prepaid(not Cricket)
United Kingdom: Giffgaff, iD, aaisp, sipgate
United States: Metro PCS or Metro by T-Mobile, Cricket (multi sources)
Google Voice (VoIP)
Burner (Apple App Store or Google Play)
Hushed (Apple App Store or Google Play)
CoverMe (Apple App Store or Google Play)
What is a Pre-Paid Plan?
Prepaid plans require you to pay your bill before you receive service. These plans almost never require a contract, so you’ll be paying month to month. If you don’t pay your bill, your service will be cut off. This is not the same as a “burner phone” or a phone you buy with limited minutes.
Since some post paids don’t work (I’m tracking down confirmation on why) I’m adding this section.
Switzerland : Swisscom (Salt and Sunrise should work too).
Indonesia : XL Prioritas