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2 phone numbers, 2 providers, 1 phone

My work provided me with a phone, so now I have 2 phones to lug around. Unfortunately their provider is ATT and mine is T-Mobile. Is there anyway to get both numbers on one phone? More importantly would be to switch between services. I doubt that it's possible, but if it is, I was hoping someone on here would know!

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Here's the usual fix.

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Put the SIMs into the one phone. You'll need a dual SIM phone.

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Looks to be the solution!

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I have an S8 and I believe it supports dual SIM! I'll be headed to the phone store shortly!

Thanks for this answer!!! This will be so Awesome!

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Not all S8 models support more than 1 SIM

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All depends on the exact model #. Definitely do your research carefully.

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Xiaomi phone can do it

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Xiaomi redmi 5 plus, dual SIM, less than $200.

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