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How do switch my activated iPhone with an activated Galaxy?

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I want to swap my iPhone-4 for a Galaxy-S3. The Verizon Galaxy-S3 takes sim cards which I don't have one. I have an extra 4G lte sim card but my number isn't on it.

Now in summary the query is how do switch my activated iPhone with an activated Galaxy.

posted Jun 10, 2014 by anonymous

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In short only operator has this liberty to connect the phone number with a new sim-card so You may need to visit the store and they will switch your phone number to your 4G sim card.

I hope this should work for you.

answer Jun 10, 2014 by Salil Agrawal
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