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Thread: Upgrading to a 4G phone, how do I get my 4G LTE SIM card?

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    Upgrading to a 4G phone, how do I get my 4G LTE SIM card?

    I usually buy my phones on full retail price without a contract extension because I like keeping my unlimited data and I don't want to be tied down with a contract.

    I currently have the Motorola Droid X, but I really have my eye on getting the Motorola Droid RAZR. If I buy the phone, how will I get my hands on a 4G LTE SIM card?
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    Just head to Verizon and they will program one for ya, I hear some get it for free and some get charged I just don't know how much
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    Just go to any Verizon store and they'll activate and set up the 4g card for free.

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    Call 1-800-922-0204 and request one (depending on the representative, it might be free), or just walk into a Verizon store and try to get one. It usually doesn't take them too long to activate, probably about 5 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naknak95 View Post
    Call 1-800-922-0204 and request one (depending on the representative, it might be free), or just walk into a Verizon store and try to get one. It usually doesn't take them too long to activate, probably about 5 minutes.
    It doesn't depend on the representative. It is free. We order you one and no price populates for it. The only way you pay is if you want over night shipping.
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    Looks like I'm making a call to Verizon later. They charged me $25 for mine and charged my friend $25 for his at the store.

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