10-31-2012 1:20 AM
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10-31-2012 4:57 AM
10-31-2012 5:13 AM
If the two phones use the same sized SIM cards, then you can just switch them yourself. If they use different sized SIM cards, then you can go to a corporate AT&T store to get the correct size for the Nexus 4. I don't know which size each phone uses, so I can't tell you which scenario will apply to you.
10-31-2012 8:47 AM
I don't hate authorized resellers. It's just that the services offered by them are not consistent, as seen on AT&T's website when you search for stores in your area. That's why I recommend that a customer go to a corporate store when I don't know where they are located. I don't know what the authorized resellers around that customer can and cannot do.
Personally for the authorized reseller that is closest to my job, I can never get service when I go there. They never even acknowledge my presence when I walk in. AT&T recently put a corporate store two blocks away from them, so I go there now.
10-31-2012 2:35 PM
So are you inferring that these places are the equivalant of used car salemen or something?
I'm not sure if you were responding to me, but if so no I wouldn't consider them to be equivalent to used car salesmen. Used car salesmen at least acknowledge my presence and offer to sell me something. What happens after that varies, but I have had good experiences and bad experiences at used car dealerships.
I've never been offered assistance in the store that I was referring to to know what they would do. The only other authorized reseller that I have visited was a Jungle Store(?); since they had a dog in there, I walked out one second after I walked in. They didn't get a chance to prove themselves either way with me, but obviously they didn't want my business if they keep a dog in the store.