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Hi all, I'm seriously thinking about switching carriers over to AIO Wireless. $50 for the same thing I currently have? Sounds like a pretty good deal to me. My question is, I have a few At&t Sim cards from a few months ago after switching from At&t to T-Mobile, so would I be able to activate an At&t Sim card for the AIO network since AIO is At&t and it's on the same network?
 
 
21st March 2014, 08:32 PM |#2  
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Hi all, I'm seriously thinking about switching carriers over to AIO Wireless. $50 for the same thing I currently have? Sounds like a pretty good deal to me. My question is, I have a few At&t Sim cards from a few months ago after switching from At&t to T-Mobile, so would I be able to activate an At&t Sim card for the AIO network since AIO is At&t and it's on the same network?

No, you have to purchase the AIO Sim separately.
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No, you have to purchase the AIO Sim separately.

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Damn.

Its well worth it to purchase the Sim. I have aio and am pleased. If you don't care about having the blazing fast download speeds of true LTE then its well worth the money saved.
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