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[Q] Just got an S3 model I747M but wont make calls

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Can you try the phone with another provider? Is it possible the phone is defective?
dont have another sim available

well talked to a buddy of mine he works for att he said the iphone brings a sim card already inserted that it maybe be that since supposly some iphone use special sim in order to sctivate the phone.

He told me to pass tomorrow to his store to check it out guess that my last chance since with my wife SIM it does the same signal and all but no calls or text >_> annoying
 
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Well be happy sounds like the Sim which is really cheep if not free to get

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