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Moving to Spain - what to do?

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Hi, just wondering if there was anyone who knew a bit more info. about this than I do...

 

I'm moving to Spain in under 3 weeks and I have 3 months left of a 24 month contract with my iphone 4S. I expect I'll have to pay off the remaining contract, which is fine, but does anyone know how to get my iphone working in Spain with a Spanish network? Will I need it unlocked, what are the best Spanish networks etc...? Any help would be great. Cheers

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You will need to get your phone unlocked. It's free on contract and you just need to fill in the form. Unlock Phone

 

Not sure of the best vnetwork in Spain but Moviestar and Orange always give me good coverage. You are correct that you will have to pay off the remainder of your contract but cancel any bolt ons you have first to make it a little cheaper.

 

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You will need to get your phone unlocked. It's free on contract and you just need to fill in the form. Unlock Phone

 

Not sure of the best vnetwork in Spain but Moviestar and Orange always give me good coverage. You are correct that you will have to pay off the remainder of your contract but cancel any bolt ons you have first to make it a little cheaper.

 

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Great! Thanks for the help. Another thing on my 'to do' list ticked off slight_smile

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Movistar in Spain is owned and run by Telefonica. Same company that owns O2.

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