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April 08, 2013, 04:57:55 AM
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Interested in a prepaid smart phone.. preferably straight talk

LMK what you have!

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April 08, 2013, 05:08:10 PM
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I'm using the Nexus 4 on ST, and it's awesome. Make sure you buy an AT&T sim card, if you're like me and live in an area where Tmobile service sucks.

For anyone interested in selling one to him, any unlocked SIM card will work on ST. Pretty much any AT&T or T-mobile phone with a SIM can be rooted and unlocked in like 10 minutes. You have plenty of options.

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April 09, 2013, 12:18:40 AM
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I'm using the Nexus 4 on ST, and it's awesome. Make sure you buy an AT&T sim card, if you're like me and live in an area where Tmobile service sucks.

For anyone interested in selling one to him, any unlocked SIM card will work on ST. Pretty much any AT&T or T-mobile phone with a SIM can be rooted and unlocked in like 10 minutes. You have plenty of options.

I have a brand new in the box iPhone 5, AT&T.  Will that work on ST?

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April 09, 2013, 06:09:39 PM
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I'm using the Nexus 4 on ST, and it's awesome. Make sure you buy an AT&T sim card, if you're like me and live in an area where Tmobile service sucks.

For anyone interested in selling one to him, any unlocked SIM card will work on ST. Pretty much any AT&T or T-mobile phone with a SIM can be rooted and unlocked in like 10 minutes. You have plenty of options.
I have a brand new in the box iPhone 5, AT&T.  Will that work on ST?
I think you gotta get an unlock code for it, but ya, the AT&T iP5 will work on ST.

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April 09, 2013, 10:32:08 PM
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I'm using the Nexus 4 on ST, and it's awesome. Make sure you buy an AT&T sim card, if you're like me and live in an area where Tmobile service sucks.

For anyone interested in selling one to him, any unlocked SIM card will work on ST. Pretty much any AT&T or T-mobile phone with a SIM can be rooted and unlocked in like 10 minutes. You have plenty of options.
I have a brand new in the box iPhone 5, AT&T.  Will that work on ST?
I think you gotta get an unlock code for it, but ya, the AT&T iP5 will work on ST.

Ok.  It is not a cheap phone though!  Ebay $600... Here less. 

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