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Sun, Jun 28, 2020 4:33 AM

At&t sim card data to work for a LG android phone

How do i get my at&t sim card data to work in my android cell phone.

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lizdance40

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2 months ago

Not enough information. 

Moving a Sim card is all it should take. 

If you are using an AT&T phone SIM card, and wish to switch to a new phone, you must have an unlocked and compatible device.  

   Is your service for a phone? 

    Is the phone you wish to use unlocked or unlocked from previous carrier? 

   What LG device are you trying to use?  

 

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2 months ago

Hello, @jovancharles84,

 

Thank you for reaching out. @lizdance40 is correct. The SIM card should be able to be moved to your Android.If it's the wrong size, you'll need to go into an AT&T Store to get a new SIM card.

 

If the Android wasn't previously with AT&T, you'll need to have the device unlocked from the previous carrier before you can use an AT&T SIM card in it.

 

Have a great week.

 

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