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If you just purchase an Android phone without a carrier (SIM) will  the WIFI network work without activating the phone ?
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Depends on the model tbh, most unlocked Android phones should work fine without a SIM card installed. I know my old G1 did, and my HTC Hero definitely does.

Hope this helps.
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