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Thread: How can I use Virgin Mobile Pay as you Go on the iPhone

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    How can I use Virgin Mobile Pay as you Go on the iPhone

    Hi,

    I'm thinking to get rid of my old virgin mobile and upgrade to a 3g iphone (unlocked), still want a Pay As You Go plan to use only for calling, but how can I use Virgin Mobile Pay As You Go iPhone .

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    Re: How can I use Virgin Mobile Pay as you Go on the iPhone

    No, you can't use Virgin Mobile Pay As You Go iPhone , because Virgin is a CDMA provider, and the iPhone is a GSM phone. They are not interchangeable or compatible. The iphone was only designed to be use on a GSM network which requires the use of sim card in the phone from AT&T. Two different networks can't work together and so there is no way a iphone would work on Virgin Mobile.

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    Re: How can I use Virgin Mobile Pay as you Go on the iPhone

    You do not need a monthly contract for a 3G iPhone. There are three models to choose from:

    1. IPhone 3G 8GB - 342.50
    2. IPhone 3G * S 16GB - 440.40
    3. IPhone 3G * S 32GB - 538.30


    When buying a new iPhone from us, we'll give you 12 months of unlimited Internet access and Wi-Fi. It's called the O2 Web and Wi-Fi Bolt On, and you will be able to maintain at the end of 12 months from 10 per month, if desired. We'll let you know when it's time.

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