- Dec 8, 2008
T-Mobile has no "upgrade fees" - FYI. There is no need to swap SIMs.
I have had ATT for over ten years and not paid an upgrade fee in years. You will be fine. Just make sure you do not power up,the X until the old SIM card is installed.Dude, you’re my hero! Does this work for all carriers? I have AT&T.
Yes! Just make sure you never turn on the X until you swap to your existing SIM card. Destroy to simthat came with the X afterwards.Not to hijack but hopefully this will help answer SIM related questions.
I ordered through Apple and received the ATT return instructions for my old phone (ATT Next). It says to remove the SIM from the old phone prior to returning.
So I should just swap out the new SIM for the old SIM and destroy the new SIM right?
Your mistake was ordering through Verizon.I too added another line ordering through Verizon. Paid full price. The receipt shows the phone price, followed by the activation fee ($30) and cost of the new line ($20), but the total actually charged to my card was just the phone and sales tax.
I haven't been charged for the activation fee or the new line yet. I'm going to sell this phone to a friend, so will just have him activate using his SIM and will call Verizon to remove it from my account, so don't expect to ever be charged.
Went to an AT&T store to ask this same question and the answer is yes, but the number you used to purchase the phone will be the one billed and will no longer be eligible for upgrade. You could call to switch the billing to the correct line.Hello everyone,
So I bought an X through Next on a different line on my ATT account. If I put my sim card in it (different number than the line it was ordered on), will it still activate and can i avoid the fee that way?