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    Ability To Order AT&T Sims Removed From Straight Talk Site

    Straight Talk has removed the option to order ST&T sim cards.
    I don't know if it's permanent, or what's up with them.
    I'm glad I bought three of them awhile ago.

    Right now the only options are unlocked sim and T-Mobile sim.
    Last edited by dougeeebear; 01-25-2013 at 03:02 PM.

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    Re: Ability To Order AT&T Sims Removed From Straight Talk Site

    Quote Originally Posted by dougeeebear View Post
    Straight Talk has removed the option to order ST&T sim cards.
    I don't know it it's permanent, or what's up with them.
    I'm glad I bought three of them awhile ago.

    Right now the only options are unlocked sim and T-Mobile sim.
    yeah, but, what is the lifespan of an unactivate sim card, alphamale-b posted it to be 145 days from date of purchase. i also have one on hand but have not done anything as TMO sucks in my location.

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    I just noticed that myself all they have on the website is the t-mobile sim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elpidio View Post
    yeah, but, what is the lifespan of an unactivate sim card, alphamale-b posted it to be 145 days from date of purchase. i also have one on hand but have not done anything as TMO sucks in my location.

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    SaraST posted some time ago that sim cards do not expire.

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...3#post14795013
    Quote Originally Posted by SaraST View Post
    Unredeemed Straight Talk service cards expire one year from the date it was purchased. About the SIM card, it does not have an expiration date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougeeebear View Post
    SaraST posted some time ago that sim cards do not expire.

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...3#post14795013
    We're both covered then, if only T-Mobile hurry it up to refarm the 1900 mhz, i'd be bringing my Nexus 4 out of the box. There's a posting I pick up from Android forum that Honolulu is refarmed city, I doubt very much, even the T-MO store could give a definite answer and just plugging in my location shows I'd be crawling speed.

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    Just checked for 30188 and the cards are still available....

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    The first screen before entering zip code or anything else shows these options:

    (o) CDMA
    (o) Unlocked
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    Re: Ability To Order AT&T Sims Removed From Straight Talk Site

    You can still order the AT&T SIM cards, you just select "Unlocked GSM Phone". After then, you'll see that you can get the AT&T SIM card. This is likely just CYA for people with AT&T phones that are a PITA to change APN settings. Or possibly the DMCA law changing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MkVsTheWorld View Post
    You can still order the AT&T SIM cards, you just select "Unlocked GSM Phone". After then, you'll see that you can get the AT&T SIM card. This is likely just CYA for people with AT&T phones that are a PITA to change APN settings. Or possibly the DMCA law changing.
    You're right, thanks.
    I never would have guessed it.
    They must have meant to delete the Unlocked item, and fudged it up.
    It's Straight Talk, go figure.
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    I just tried with this zip too and the only option now is T-Mobile. I tried with several big city zips and the only option I have once doing so is T-Mobile.

    If I put in my zip (we only have AT&T, no T-Mobile) I'm taken to the Important Info page and when I click Continue, it goes to the "Select SIM" page with no sims available to select.

    Quote Originally Posted by jsuncampanella View Post
    Just checked for 30188 and the cards are still available....

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    At this moment, both selections only show T-Mobile sim cards.
    It must be they are still working on it.
    I guess we'll have to wait and see.

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    I would put my money on the fact that it has to do with the new laws taking affect tonight.

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    just looked st is no longer offering the att option for its byod program.you can use a att phone but it must be unlocked and capable of using tmo freq in tour area.

    makes you wander if att is not allowing any new st consumers on there network.

    next how long do current att sim users have on the att network.

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    Which is great because I don't get T-Mobile in my area, so I now don't even have the option of using Straight Talk. Thanks carriers!!

    Quote Originally Posted by cooter55 View Post
    just looked st is no longer offering the att option for its byod program.you can use a att phone but it must be unlocked and capable of using tmo freq in tour area.

    makes you wander if att is not allowing any new st consumers on there network.

    next how long do current att sim users have on the att network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zarxic View Post
    Which is great because I don't get T-Mobile in my area, so I now don't even have the option of using Straight Talk. Thanks carriers!!
    yes you do,just you will have to buy one of there branded phones.i guess att closed up that loophole the iphone 5 users were getting by with not paying there etf.

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