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July 08, 2016, 08:25:31 AM
Last edit: July 08, 2016, 08:58:19 AM by VapesVirtuals
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If your reading this you probably know what you are supposed to do with them - I've never done it myself but a buddy I used to get them for, he explained :

First of all you need a compatible phone. Right now I have two packs with ATT and TMobile compatible phones. Alot of phones are cross-compatible.

Secondly you need a credit card to activate your service. Even if, say, you, as the owner were to cancel the service on the CC the sims are still good for 2 weeks to 1 month.

$1/Sim
$1.50/Pack

I don't know if you need the physical sim or not. My old buddy I was mailing them to him. There's nothing illegal about mailing a sim card, so no worries about that. Orders of 1 pack should be paid for upfront - video of packaging and putting in mailbox can be provided. Multiple packs - I will send first, depending on your btctalk status. IIf I don't believe you can be responsible I will ask to escrow the offer. But, I can promise if you order before 4PM EST on weekdays and saturday, they will go out that day. After 4PM, depending on if the mail lady has come they will probably go out the next day.

If anyone is interested and wants to print out an overnight shipping label (maybe if your close to Baltimore, the next stop down will still be overnight... to save money) I will send out 1 pack for free, if you let us know how it worked.

Now theres a large difference between it not working because of your CC and because I don't even know,  a scratch in the sim or something. So if you don't know how to use CCs correctly, DO NOT ASK


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