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Moving Abroad


So, I am moving abroad to Spain for a year. I am looking at purchasing a local SIM card for my cellphone. I currently have an iPhone 13 Pro, but it is not yest paid off. Am I able to use another SIM card in my phone, or do I need to pay it off first? Also, am I able to suspend services until I return? Or cancel? Or is it best to exchange the sim cards, continue paying phone bills, and replace the card with my Verizon one when I return?

Thanks in advance, I hope my questions make sense! 🙂

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Customer Support

We are here to help with any concerns you have about using your phone in Spain, and we will be happy to review your options. Please send us a Private Note at your earliest convenience to better assist.