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# 37115 8-Jul-2009 06:57
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I am buying an iPhone on Friday morning and want to use it on XT. I am currently with Telecom on CDMA, so I figure that on Thursday afternoon I will go to a Telecom store / dealer and get them to convert my number to a SIM card on an open-term plan. Should that cost me anything? I thought I read that only pre-pay SIMs carried a charge but want to make sure before I go in.

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  # 232274 8-Jul-2009 08:37
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Moving from CDMA on account to XT on account should cost nothing - I did it last Friday for my personal account and the SIM card was free.







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  # 232283 8-Jul-2009 09:12
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Cool thanks Mauricio

 
 
 
 


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  # 232290 8-Jul-2009 09:26
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I got my SIM free when I converted over (on a plan). I had to pay for some extra SIMs for other purposes on prepaid.







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  # 232302 8-Jul-2009 10:00
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I beleive ti should cost nothing. however, I believe dealers (as opposed to Telecom stores) could charge you if they want to.

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  # 232324 8-Jul-2009 10:53
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I got mine from a dealer (Leading Edge) and there was no charge.

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