Question about Cell Phones
Talk to your friend and ask if the phone was locked to a particular mobile network ?
If it is locked it would be easier to stay with that mobile network.
Once you know what network it is you can contact that network provider or find a reseller and purchase a sim card and mobile number. If you go to a dealer or reseller of the particular mobile network they might install the sim card and activate for you.
otherwise you might have to but the sim chip into the phone.
A user manual for the make and model number of the phone would instruct you how to do this although you might find a youtube video that might show you how to do this.
As it is straight talk that might be the mobile network to go for.
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Posted on May 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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