Summary: I bought the phone off of online and picked it up at walmart the next day. I brought the phone home and started playing around with it. I then called the straight talk people to get my phone turned on. I purchased the unlimited plan and got it to my old straight talk phone. They said I had to do this before we could switch my number to the other phone. No issues yet. I give them the code on my phone and they say it is stolen and get extremly rude with me on the phone.
Summary: The iPhone wasn't unlocked, it had double barriers one was the iPhone by itself, the previous owner had to open his iPhone account to unlock the phone first, second ATT account was also locked. So in summary it never was unlocked.
Summary: The phone looked great. I really did look 'Like New'. However, it didn't work as well as it looked. The wifi antenna didn't work. I had it checked by Apple and Sprint, and both determined that it was no good. In addition, the cellular signal antenna was poor. I guess that's the chance you take when buying used phones. I ended up returning the phone for a full refund.
Summary: I ordered the iPhone through straight talk and they told me that it was an AT&T phone and that it would work in my area and when I got it they had sent me a verizon phone and it took me 4 days to get someone to help me activate it then I had to end up sending it back anyways. Worst thing ever. I ended up just going to AT&T.