I have a 5s paid and no longer use that I want to give to grandson. However, it still is under cell number I’m using for my current phone. Can 5s still be unlocked without interfering with current phone? I want to give him AT&T pre-paid services.
However the phone does not need to be unlocked from AT&T service to use on at&t service. Just remove your old Sim card factory reset the phone and give it to your grandson.
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no need to unlock going from at&t postpaid to a prepaid, you can sign up online for prepaid and order a new SIM then its as simple as putting the prepaid sim into the phone, i would suggest though that you go into a store to get it setup that way you know its working when you walk out
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