SIM Card

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    I just bought a inexpensive GPS tracker device that needs a SIM card and I noticed you can get a Verizon one. My cell phone is a Verizon so can I get a card and put it on my cell phone account?
     
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    I talked to Verizon today and they don't do non-Verizon dedicated devices. AT&T does though and I have an account with them.
     
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    Also, does any one know if I can use a SIM card from a GoPhone? It sounds from what I learned from the AT&T store is that there is a $45 activation fee for a new line with them which would be for the GPS device but I also read that if you bought a cheap prepaid phone you could use the card out of it which would be a lot cheaper.
     
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    In the UK you can buy a pay-as-you-go SIM only package for £1 UK + £10 UK, the £10 UK is the initial 'Top-Up', after you use up the £10 UK, you buy more 'Top-Ups' at £10 UK each time, One company called 1-2-3 charges £0.01 per MB of data, 0.02 for a SMS text message and £0.03 for 1 Minute of talk time, not much use in the USA though :)
     
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