Deep Sky Mobile Launches FAQ Page to Assist New Customers with Common Questions

(NEW YORK)--Deep Sky Mobile announces launch of FAQ page to assist new customers on how to switch over service to our Unlimited mobile service.

Deep Sky Mobile has launched a FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) page to help address basic questions asked regarding over service.

Common Questions

What are the basic requirements to switch over the Deep Sky Mobile?

All you need to switch over to Deep Sky Mobile is a phone that is both unlocked, and compatible with Sprint's PCS network. Today most phones come Sprint compatible using CDMA technology.

How can I find out if my phone is compatible to switch over?

Easiest way is to go to our ACTIVATE page and enter your MEID or IMEI number into our system to see if your phone qualifies. You can find this information by simply going to "Settings > About Device > Status > then scroll down to MEID or IMEI listed on phone.

There is more specific instructions on finding this information on the Activate page itself

Additional answer to new customer questions will be added regularly so please check back often.

Customer Contact

Current customers who have technical questions can contact our support service 24/7 by emailing

If you are not yet a customer but have specific questions about switching over to our unlimited service please feel free to submit your questions to us through our contact us page at

About Deep Sky Mobile

Deep Sky Mobile is a development stage partnership between AppSwarm, Inc. (OTC:SWRM), and AI VentureTech, Inc., focused on providing mobile services for both the consumer and enterprise market. The goal is to develop Deep Sky Mobile as an alternative carrier for users seeking higher broadband Phone, Text, and Data services. Deep Sky Enterprise will focus on more advanced mobile solutions such as tracking network for driverless cars, drones, Smart Homes, Smart City's, IoT, and enterprise networking off our early stage 5G Cloud Platform providing both 4G and pre 5G capabilities.

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