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buying a iphone from friend ?


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Hey guys, my friend has his iphone 4 which he cant use anymore due to a non payment disconnect on ATT, and i have the samsung focus. well i was wondering i know ill need to get the micro sim adapter, but will i be able to use his phone still by swaping out the sim card? since his phone was a non pay disconnect. im assuming i can because ATT uses sim cards and if i swap sim card i should be able too but just wanna make sure before i buy it from him and the sim card adapter. thanks!
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You'll be able to use the phone, however, you'll need a sim card to fit (size is much smaller than normal cards) or you can cut yours, and you'll need to contact AT&T and sign up for a data plan. If you're already an AT&T customer the changeover should not incur an activation fee.
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cool, thats what i thought. thanks!
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