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As said Yes, in theory, BUT, there are 2 limiting factors, if the phone is locked to a specific network then it would need to be unlocked first (unless it's on the same network), then comes the biggest problem, it's an iPhone, and depending which version you have, the size of sim card will vary, the newer versions use a nano sim, older ones use the micro sim, and the early ones used normal full size sim's, so the sim card in the android phone would need to be the same size as your iPhone takes, This may help you see what sim your phone needs, but as long as these 2 points do not get in the way, then you should be good to go as said above.

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