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Exchange of iphone 3g for iphone 4

drskm Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Hi, I have a officially unlocked iphone 3G 8gb which is working fine. However i realise i m using its camera more and more for taking pictures and therefore wondering about upgrading to the iphone 4.
I m not keen to take another contract as i already have 2 running contracts and plenty of minutes and text that i dont use much.
So what are the options ? If i buy a phone from the apple store would my current network provider (T mobile) provide me with a micro sim?
please let me know your views
thanks in advance
drskm Avatar
6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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I am about to do the same with O2 and the answer is yes.

Buy your phone from Apple then take receipt to your provider (T mobile I think you said) and they will give you a new mico sim for when your new phone arrives at which point you need to attached Iphone 4 to itunes to register the micro sim.

You keep you existing sim to use until the phone arrives.
#2
many thanks for the prompt reply.
any idea how much apple will value the present iphone 3g 8gb for..? the best price in recycle comparison sites is about £170 but i m a bit reluctant to risk sending it by post and wait for the payment to be made.
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drskm
many thanks for the prompt reply.
any idea how much apple will value the present iphone 3g 8gb for..? the best price in recycle comparison sites is about £170 but i m a bit reluctant to risk sending it by post and wait for the payment to be made.


Not sure, do they buy them back then?

I was looking at CEX think it was £210 if unlocked, this may have gone down now tho.

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