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A SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card is a removable memory chip that stores information unique to the cell phone user.
Cell phones need a SIM card in order to connect to a phone network in order to make calls.
The position of the access cover varies by phone but it’s usually on the side of the device. To remove the SIM card, use an eject tool or paper clip and push to release the SIM card tray.
The position of the access cover varies by phone but it’s usually on the side of the device. Place the new SIM card into the SIM card tray and slide the tray into your phone.
|3G Bands:||1900, 1700MHz/2100MHz|
|4G LTE Bands:||1900, 1700MHz/2100, 850, 700MHz|
|Bring Your Phone:||Yes|
|Keep Your Number:||Yes|
|Contract:||No - Postpaid|
|Prepaid:||No - Postpaid|
|Metro by T-Mobile||$40|
|Walmart Family Mobile||$25|
|Page Plus Cellular||$30|