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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 ....

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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