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Old July 10th, 2012, 10:00 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by UncleMike View Post
I'll soon be selling a Bionic that's been active on my account for the past 10 months. Is there any reason not to leave the SIM in the phone when I sell it?
The SIM is tied to your account. Plenty of reason right there not to leave it in. If you do then whoever buys your phone can potentially use it on your dime I would imagine.

Unless you are thinking that you only have two months left on the SIM. That isn't what I meant by good for one year. The SIM is active for one year after you stop using it. It used to be midnight then they moved it to two weeks and apparently recently they have extended it to one year.
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