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Move a Sim Card Between Samsung Galaxy S3, S4 or Note 2 and iPhone 3, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5

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How successful is cutting down a SIM card to fit in my Apple iPhone 4S?

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Whether or not cutting down your SIM card to fit in your Apple iPhone 4S will be successful depends completely on how well you cut the card. You need to cut your SIM card down to the exact shape of a microSIM card, which is the size that Apple chose to use in the iPhone 4S. If you have access to a microSIM card, take it and line up the gold piece of the microSIM card with the gold piece on your traditionally-sized SIM card. Make sure the two cards are facing the same way. Then, cut the bigger card down to the microSIM card size. This is a very delicate, time-consuming, and difficult process. If you mess up any side on your regular SIM card, you won't be able to use it in the iPhone 4S and you will have to go to your carrier to get a new SIM card. In fact, it's often a better choice to go to your carrier's nearest store and pick up a SIM card that is cut perfectly to fit inside your iPhone 4S. SIM cards are often given out for free by the customer service representatives in the store to existing customers, though some carriers charge a small fee for replacement cards.

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SIM Card Question Tablet & Cell Phone?

Can I swap a SIM card between an AT&T cellphone and an AT&T table. Both use the same micro SIM. In others words use in tablet for a while then use it in my cellphone as I like.

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I am a sprint customer. I want to buy my iPhone 6 plus out right, so how do I switch SIM cards?

I have a S4 but I want to buy an iPhone 6 plus

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How to exchange SIM cards from iPhone 5 to a Note3?

iPhone 5 SIM is smaller then the Note3.

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Move a Sim Card Between Samsung Galaxy S3, S4 or Note 2 and iPhone 3, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5

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I want to take the SIM card out of damaged S3 and put it in a new phone?

AT&T is the carrier. Trying to find options for new phones so I can do this without a hassle. I have tried: Nothing, looking for a phone now. I think it was caused by: My daughter dropped the phone in the water, the camera doesn't work anymore

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We have a detailed tutorial on how to take a SIM card out of S3. Please let your phone dry before you proceed; then, follow this tutorial to take the SIM card out: Replace the SIM card of Samsung Galaxy S3. If you are considering other phones, you might want to look at the latest Samsung S series phones. Currently, there are good Galaxy S6 128 GB models. The Edge model might not suit you if you are used to the S3 model: the screen edges for Edge and Edge+ are chamfered. However, when ordering these phones, you will have to visit your carrier's office and ask them to exchange your micro-SIM card for a nano-SIM card.

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