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Sun, Feb 16, 2020 8:00 PM

Will I be able to transfer my sim card directly from my At&t iphone 7 to a unlocked Samsung s10?

I want to buy a new Samsung S10 from the Samsung store as an unlocked model (it will save me a significant amount of $ due to sales). Will Will I be able to transfer my sim card directly from my At&t Iphone 7 to a unlocked Samsung S10? I have read that it has to have the same frequency on the Samsung S10 to be compatible with at&t but i'm not sure how that works. Thanks for any help!





14.7K Messages

8 months ago

if the physical size is the same then yes. If they are different sizes then go to an AT&T store and get one for 5 dollars

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78.6K Messages

8 months ago

Yes. Both phones take a nano sim.

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