View Single Post
Old June 11th, 2013, 08:56 AM   #521 (permalink)
AF Contributor
Hadron's Avatar
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Dimension Jumping
Posts: 12,485
Device(s): HTC One (S-Off), HTC Desire (retired)
Carrier: Orange UK

Thanks: 2,305
Thanked 5,242 Times in 3,768 Posts

Originally Posted by FallOutNerd View Post
Were you answering my question? If you were, thank you! I just have to buy the unlocked version and load my sim card, correct. I was planning on getting the t mobile one or the unlocked.
Yes, that is correct.

That's actually the whole point of the SIM card - it identifies you to the network, and any phone you put it in becomes "your phone". The only thing to watch is that a phone bought from a network will almost certainly only accept that network's SIMs. So a T-Mobile or unlocked model should be fine (check 3g/4g frequencies on the unlocked model match T-Mobile).

I last bought a handset through a contract in the 90s. Since then I've just bought offline phones and transferred the SIM.
Forum Rules & Guidelines - Android Forums FAQ
If a post helps you, use the Thanks! button.
Spam or offensive? Don't respond, report it /!\
Hadron is offline  
Last edited by Hadron; June 11th, 2013 at 08:59 AM.
Reply With Quote
The Following User Says Thank You to Hadron For This Useful Post:
KOLIO (June 11th, 2013)