H2O Wireless

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H2O Wireless
Subsidiary of
Locus Telecommunications
Predecessor O2 Wireless
Founded 2005 (2005)
Headquarters Fort Ree, New Jersey
Area served
United States
Website www.h2owirelessnow.com

H2O Wireless (formerly O2 Wireless, not to be confused with O2 of Europe) is a United States-based prepaid GSM phone and Internet service. It is the brand of mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Locus Telecommunications, a subsidiary of KDDI America Corporation since 2010, [1] via AT&T's network.

It is primarily advertised as a non-restrictive phone service for customers to bring or buy unsubsidised/unlocked smart phones.


H2O Wireless Unlimited Plan allows customers to use any AT&T phone, even locked and contract phones, or a compatible unlocked phone (such as any unlocked T-Mobile phone[2]). A prepaid "Monthly Unlimited"[3] plan at $60 claims unlimited talk and text, unlimited SMS & MMS and unlimited data.

H2O Wireless also offers unlimited 4G Hotspot service which can be used as a replacement for cable or DSL in some areas. Service is provided by Sprint through its 4G WiMAX network.

Authorized Dealers

Due to only having one office, H2O Wireless sources its services to dealers who work as independent contractors under their own company name. Such sellers are known as "Authorized Dealers", such as Froggy Wireless with online stores.


  1. 2010: KDDI America acquires Locus Telecommunications LLC
  2. http://forums.macrumors.com/archive/index.php/t-1291503.html
  3. https://www.h2owirelessnow.com/pageControl.php?page=planMonth

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