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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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My SIM card is not being read by my Samsung Galaxy S3. What can I do?

My SIM card is not being read by my Samsung Galaxy S3. It says insert SIM?

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When your phone asks you to insert a SIM card when one is already inserted, it's often the result of a defective SIM card. Turn your phone off, take out and reinsert your SIM card, and turn your phone on again. If your phone still can't recognize your SIM card, you will need to get a new one. Go to your carrier's nearest store and swap the SIM cards. If your phone recognizes the new card, you're set to use your phone again. However, if your phone still doesn't recognize the SIM card, there is a chance that something is wrong with the contacts inside your phone. Unfortunately, this will require a repair. Call Samsung's customer service to schedule a repair for your phone. If you're under warranty, you will be covered and you won't have to pay anything; if you're not under warranty, you will unfortunately have to pay for the repair. Depending on how much it is, it may make more sense for you to purchase a new phone.

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