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can you put a virgin simcard into a orange phone

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well it is not possible but if you check with orange you could get an o2 sim in an orange phone


In your old Virgin phone - copy everything you want to keep (contacts, pictures etc) from the memory to the SIM card. Put the SIM card in the new phone, then copy everything from the SIM card to the new phone's memory. Once you've done that - replace the old SIM with the one that came with your new phone.


Pay for the extra services with a Virgin card on your phone


"An orange sim means nothing, but an Orange SIM card is a pay as you go type of card. Orange is a mobile phone service company, and according to their website, a sim card is free."



The top-up card for a pay-as-you-go mobile is supplied with the phone when you buy it. If you lose the card - you need to contact Virgin, who will send you a replacement.


As long as your phone is not SIM- or network-locked, then yes, you can switch carriers.If notyou have to get your phone unlocked from any vendors online like unbblock.com for blackberry phones and Simpleunlocking.com for other model phones


As long as your phone is not SIM- or network-locked, then yes, you can switch carriers.If notyou have to get your phone unlocked from any vendors online like unbblock.com for blackberry phones and Simpleunlocking.com for other model phones



As long as your phone is not SIM- or network-locked, then yes, you can switch carriers.If notyou have to get your phone unlocked from any vendors online like unbblock.com for blackberry phones and Simpleunlocking.com for other model phones


As long as your phone is not SIM- or network-locked, then yes, you can switch carriers.If notyou have to get your phone unlocked from any vendors online like unbblock.com for blackberry phones and Simpleunlocking.com for other model phones



Virgin Mobile uses CDMA, so their phones do not take SIM cards.


when you get your orange sim card it should say somewhere on the sim card pack. Failing that, I personally keep a contact with my own number ON the sim card, so that i can get to it no matter what phone it is in.


If your phone does not have a SIM card then it is classified as a Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) phone. If you have a CDMA phone, then your phone is not unlockable.


No. You can only use it on a Virgin Mobile phone. No this is not possible for any body to do so. both are different network.


Yes, An "Unlocked" Phone means you can put ANY operator ("Orange", "Vodafone" etc) SIM card in it.


Orange 3g is a network that is used to provide phone and internet in the UK. The SIM card you are going to need will vary with the phone you are using. Orange offers SIM cards with min plans for about $25. This price is for the SIM card used in the iPhone. If you have an iPhone 4 Orange also offers their micro SIM, which is smaller than a standard SIM for the same price


If it's an unlocked phone and supports the same frequencies as the carrier on your sim card. Then yes, it depends on the model of your phone.


It probably depends on which model phone you have, but the general answer is yes. Some phones come with a memory card (its really tiny) that you can transfer to a different phone, provided its the same model, or to a computer where you can put the information on a new memory card for a new phone. These cards can be purchased at cell phone stores and they will them download your phone's memory onto the card for you.


Depends if the other phone is 'unlocked' for all networks. Only a practical test can make certain.


If the handset has been unlocked from its original network, then yes.


I'm pretty sure you can as long as your phone is unlocked then yes! I hope I could help :)


Yes, you can see the SIM card in your pebl phone model U6. If you open the back of the phone and take out the battery, it should be there.


There is a special code on every Model of Mobile phone as well as on the Sim card AND they are called IMEI and Unique Sim code



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