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-Actually, in most cases, it is impossible to tell which carrier the iPhone is or was used on by simply looking at the model number. Though n some cases it might work. There is actually an IMEI check which can show what is known as the "Initial Activation Policy" and this would be the original carrier of the device. Notice however that the same device can be used on another carrier later.
+Actually, in most cases, it is impossible to tell which carrier the iPhone is or was used on by simply looking at the model number. Though in some cases it might work. There is actually an IMEI check which can show what is known as the "Initial Activation Policy" and this would be the original carrier of the device. Notice however that the same device can be used on another carrier later.

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Actually, in most cases, it is impossible to tell which carrier the iPhone is or was used on by simply  looking at the model number. Though n some cases it might work. There is actually an IMEI check which can show what is known as the "Initial Activation Policy" and this would be the original carrier of the device. Notice however that the same device can be used on another carrier later.

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