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    Mobley SIM in LG AD600 4G USB Modem

    I had a like new AT&T LG AD600 4G Modem given to me.

    Can I move my SIM from my Mobley to a AT&T LG AD600 4G Modem?

    Will it work? Is the modem considered a hotspot ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart67 View Post
    I had a like new AT&T LG AD600 4G Modem given to me.

    Can I move my SIM from my Mobley to a AT&T LG AD600 4G Modem?

    Will it work? Is the modem considered a hotspot ?
    From what I hear and heard it’s a gray area that the Mobley SIM can be used in another hotspot device besides the Mobley device.


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    I think you'll need the PUK codes.
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    I have the PUK codes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macher52 View Post
    From what I hear and heard it’s a gray area that the Mobley SIM can be used in another hotspot device besides the Mobley device.
    It was not a grey area for the original Mobley Connected Car Unlimited plan. It was not prohibited by the Terms of Service. Many people have reported using the Mobley SIM in other hotspot devices. I have not seen any reports of AT&T doing or saying anything about it.

    For this iteration of the plan, the TOS should be reviewed before proceeding to see if anything has changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart67 View Post
    I have the PUK codes.
    So then you're all set. Use the PUK code, reset the PIN, then turn off the requirement to enter the PIN each time if you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdevnul View Post
    It was not a grey area for the original Mobley Connected Car Unlimited plan. It was not prohibited by the Terms of Service. Many people have reported using the Mobley SIM in other hotspot devices. I have not seen any reports of AT&T doing or saying anything about it.

    For this iteration of the plan, the TOS should be reviewed before proceeding to see if anything has changed.
    The original AT&T's terms of service only mentioned that that plan required "qualified devices & vehicles", but there was no clarity on just what is a qualified device aside from the plan only being able to be activated on a Mobley.

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