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    I just recently bought a used iphone 3G that was used previously on the AT&T network. My plan is to use it on Walmart's "straight talk" plan. My question is, do I have to unlock this phone, since straight talk uses AT&T towers for their iphone plans? I think that I just need to get the straight talk sim card. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    If the iPhone is still locked, then you will need to use it with an AT&T SIM. However, it's probably out of contract long enough that AT&T should be able to unlock it for you..
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    Thank you for your clear and concise answer. Very helpful.

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