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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Fulltime Traveler, Jan 1, 2014.

  1. Fulltime Traveler

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    A friend of mine broke her Bionic and wants to replace it with another one. Used. She is a Verizon subscriber.

    Does she move the SIM from her current phone to the replacement?

    Does she need to make sure that the replacement is a Verizon model?

    TIA
     

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    The Bionic was only sold by Verizon. Any replacement Bionic would be a Verizon model.
     
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    So she doesn't move the SIM card from her old phone to the replacement?
     
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    I would think that you would, but I'd just call Verizon to find out for sure.
     

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