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Can I use my AT&T IPhone 5S in Paris? Explain Unlocking & Simcards?

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We live in the USA, and wish to use our AT&T I-Phone 5S in Paris this summer for a reasonable cost..we will be in Paris for a week. We want to use the I-Phone for texting, and for using apps such as fodors, tripadvisor, and other useful travel apps such as maps and translators. For phone calls, 60 minutes would probably be enough for our week in Paris.

My husband and I each have an AT&T I-Phone 5S. Does anyone know whether these I-Phones need to be unlocked, or if they are already unlocked by default? If we need to unlock them, how is this done? Do we need to buy a Sim-Card in Paris, and where do they have Sim-Cards for this phone?

Thanks for any info. After our week in Paris, we will be in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland for about a week. We usually travel internationally every year, and we'd love to be able to use our I-Phones for a reasonable cost while traveling internationally.

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