Can I use an iPhone 5 Sim card in an iPhone 7?
BIGI58
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Can I use the Iphone 5 sim card in the Iphone 7?

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mama23dogs
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It's the sam size, but you will need to replace it to take advantage of som of the newer features of the iphone7.  Good enough if you are excited to activate a new device. 

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mama23dogs
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It's the sam size, but you will need to replace it to take advantage of som of the newer features of the iphone7.  Good enough if you are excited to activate a new device. 

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vzw_customer_support
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Ronald Iseli, it sounds like you are looking at a new phone. There is no better time than the present. The SIM card for these models is exactly the same. This means that you may certainly use a SIM that is in good condition from that 5 in the new 7. Should you need to purchase a new SIM card we will be just a click away to assist.

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SuzyQ
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Verizon Wireless Customer Support wrote:

... Should you need to purchase a new SIM card we will be just a click away to assist.

LorenB_VZW

I thought SIM cards were free??

mama23dogs
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They are...

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adriennep_vzw
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Sorry for all that confusion over SIM card costs. I do want to help you. I have some great news, SIM cards are free! If you need to get a new one we can always help. Please either visit a corporate store Verizon Stores Near Me | Verizon Wireless  or call customer service at *611 (800-922-0204) if you need a SIM replaced.

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Iowa2
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Use an iPhone 7 SIM card in iphone 5.  My 7 is being replaced, but its not here now. 

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