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Help needed re. my Sim and a new Phone


AngeTheHippy

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Evening Everyone,

Please can you help. I use a Motorola V235 (3 years old)on PAYG. I've decided I'd like to switch to a monthly tariff and get a Samsung Galaxy S mobile phone. I want to use my Sim from the Motorola and keep my number. Question is: Will the Motorola Sim fit the Samsung Galaxy S please?

Many thanks

AngeTheHippy
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ßeta

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Should do, as the Samsung takes a Normal SIM Card not a Micro SIM like the iPhone 4.

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AngeTheHippy

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Many thanks ßeta, 8-)

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canarieslover

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I would have thought that the sim would still show as PAYG so you would not get the benefits of the monthly tariff that you would be paying.

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AngeTheHippy

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YES! I think you're right there canarieslover, I think I need to get the number transferred (by TMobile in this case)onto monthly payment. Whatever happens, I do NOT want to lose my number.

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Woolwell

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They should port your number without any trouble. I've had the same mobile number for about 20 years.

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