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Ok so i already have the Iphone 3g and my father has the 3gs. He wants a new iphone because he dropped it in water but it still works like a champ and so he is going to get a new iphone and i was wondering if i could use it. Is it possible to use it with my sim card? I already have unlimited everything and the data plan for the iphone.
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Yes, You should be able to insert your sim with no problems.
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