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"3" Sim in an Unlocked 2G iPhone?


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Hazzastar

 
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Ok so heres the deal. I'm currently on a 3 pay monthly contract in the UK, unlimited texts, unlimited internet etc. However after looking into the purchase of an iPhone (ebay obvs) and scouring many forums i found that there is an inconclusive answer to my proposed question.

Obviously 2G is cheaper so i would rather get that. If i could fully use the internet included from my contract on the 2G iPhone i would be happy, although im not too botherd about speed. I have also heard a rumor that the network cancels your contract but you still have to pay the excess if your found transmitting on a 2G signal.

So, help?

- Hannah
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