You can use by inserting a SIM card in it by golden side up and printed side down. THANX...
An Apple iPhone 3GS can be purcased unlocked without a SIM card and used with a local carrier's SIM card. Once purchased it is as simple as inserting a SIM card from the carrier of your choice.
Yes, you can transfer data from a Nokia c2 to a sim card by simply inserting the sim card into the phone, and following the on-screen instructions until the sync is complete.
It depends where the numbers were stored. If they're in the phone's memory, inserting a duplicate SIM card should allow the user to retrieve them. If the numbers were stored on the old SIM card - then no.
If you insert the sim card in the HTC Touch Pro 2 and it does not prompt you for an unlock code then try using another sim card. Inserting the sim card should prompt for a code.
No. The Droid is a Verizon exclusive and does not use a SIM Card so it's not as easy as unblocking the phone and inserting a SIM from AT&T.
No it will not reset the phone. However, should you take the SIM card with it still in the phone you will not be able to access any of your photos, music or apps that are saved to the SIM card. Taking a SIM card out while a phone is on is not known to do heavy damage to your phone, but excessive removal might make your SIM card unreadable after time.
After inserting the SIM card, the phone's transceiver searches for the local network from nearest cell site. after successfully finding the cell site, phone gets aligned with that network.
Absolutely - it's as simple as inserting a new SIM card from the same company, or having the phone unlocked to accept a SIM card from any network.
ALL mobiles need a SIM card in order to make & receive calls. An unlocked hone has simply been released by the original network provider in readiness for someone to put a different company's SIM card in it. Relating to your question, the phone has been unlocked, but the seller has left their original SIM card in it. You have the choice of either using their SIM card or inserting your own.
The only way I could ever get mine out was with tweezers. Annoying! However, with repeated removal, the sim card holder does seem to loosen up a bit and the card comes out more forgivingly.
If you have an iPhone 4, locate the tray in the right edge of the casing. Gently insert Apple's SIM card removal tool or a straightened paperclip into the pin-sized ...
The iPhone SIM card is accessible by gently inserting a straightened paperclip into the small hole located on the top of the iPhone next to the Sleep/Wake button. Doing this will release the SIM card tray, which, oddly enough, holds the SIM card. Please use care with which SIM card you insert; almost any SIM besides those designated by AT&T for use with the iPhone will not offer full functionality with the iPhone, and may cause the iPhone to lock, or become "bricked". The iPhone also does not store or transfer phone numbers or other user created data via the SIM card.
You call your carrier and activate your sim card.
The plural form of SIM card is SIM cards.
Yes, if the phone is an unlocked GSM (At&T or T-mobile) phone, inserting a straighttalk sim card and purchasing the $45 service card will give you service. You can even use this with the new iPhone 4S as long as it is not under contract!
No, it does not have a removable SIM card.
it does not have a sim card.
U can stoct the sim card with in 120 day, the sim card will block
Phones are usually sold 'unlocked' from any network. Therefore - it should be a simple case of inserting an AT & T SIM card into the handset.
It depends on whether the handset operates in the same frequency band as the UK. You would have to check the specifications. If they do - then its simply a case of unlocking the handset and inserting the new SIM card. If not - you'll need a new handset.
Yes, you can if the sim card is compatible with your phone ( if the phone is for gsm sim card if your sim card is gsm your good). You just have to activate it prepaid on the website of the carrier of the sim card with the sim card 15 digit number.