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Topic # 115477 26-Mar-2013 20:29
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How can I get for an example an AT&T Sim Card for my Telecom iPhone 5?
I want data too

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  Reply # 787540 26-Mar-2013 20:31
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This question honestly has been asked sooooo many times did you even try searching for an answer?

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  Reply # 787561 26-Mar-2013 21:03

Sorry, iPhones dont work in the usa and sim cards haven't been invented yet.

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  Reply # 787585 26-Mar-2013 22:06
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imnottechy: How can I get for an example an AT&T Sim Card for my Telecom iPhone 5?
I want data too


Pop into an AT&T store when you arrive and buy a prepaid gophone plan with sim. 

I think for $50 you can get lots of calling and 2gb of data. 

To get the data to work you must visit this site from your iphone via wifi if possible ....

http://www.unlockit.co.nz

This adds a profile to your phone to allow at&T data to work. 

AT&T class the iphone as a 'premium' product and prepaid as a budget offering. And, they don't want budget plans running on premium products. (this is what the guy in the store told me at least). 

Do not join t-mobile -- they use incompatible frequencies (at least this was the case when I was there last). 


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