If the phone is from the same carrier then yes, it is very simple.
If you were to try and put, for example, a T-Mobile SIM into a Cingular phone or vice versa, you will need to "Unlock the phone" first.
Get a new sim card.
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.
Yes. When you get the new phone from T-Mobile, you just switch your sim card over to the new phone. Everything on your plan is atchtaed to your sim card.
buy a new Sim card or consult a local mobile phone store
if you have a sim card in your phone you can just transfer it to your new phone. if not you may be out of luck
No, you should not sell your SIM card. You can sell your phone without SIM card. SIM card identifies you and your phone number registered with the mobile service provider. **Some one can misuse it. If you no longer need it, confirm that all the services linked with your SIM card and old phone number are deactivated and then destroy it. - Neeraj Sharma
Put the SIM card from the new phone into the old one. Copy the contacts from the old phone's memory to the SIM card. Put the SIM car back in the new phone - then - either copy the contacts to the new phone's memory - or leave them on the SIM card. Either way - the new phone will find them.
The GPS tracker is in the phone, not the card. But when you use that sim card in another phone the identity of the sim card will give away the location of the new phone - which then can be tracked by its GPS.
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.
The only way to get the phone call history of your mobile number when you get a new sim is by backing up the history on the internal memory of the phone. Even if the sim card has the same phone number, generally, the phone call history trail will be wiped out. Alternatively, phone call histories are recorded internally and can always be retrieved from the phone carrier website.
It is not possible to get sim cards without contacting your old phone company. This is because the sim card must be synced by your company.
Yes, usually. Phones with SIM cards, from ATT, T-Mobile, etc., for example can be. If you have a phone with a SIM card, you can buy a new phone, and slip the card into the new phone, and off you go. Phones from Verizon, Nextel, Boost, etc... that don't have SIM cards, I'm not sure off.
Either buy a new sim card or contact your phone provider.
Try a sim card from a different carrier. If the phone works with the new sim card, then it's unlocked.
Move the data to the phone handset - insert new sim - Move the data to the sim from the handset
That depends on you ! If you're simply getting a new phone with the same carrier, and you want to keep your old number - simply put the SIM card from your old phone into the new one. If you want a new number - use the SIM that comes with the new phone.
Open up the battery slot should be under a flat battery. First, switch off your phone. Remove the back of your phone and you should see the battery. The SIM card will either be visible beside the battery, or it will be beneath the battery. Remove the battery to gain access to the SIM card. The SIM card can then be slid out of its holder. You can then replace the SIM with a new SIM. Make sure it is in the correct way and replace the battery and the cover. Switch phone back on.
Yes, you will keep your number because the number is saved to the sim card not onto the phone.
One can activate his T-Mobile SIM card on the activating page of the official website of T-Mobile. There is also a video tutorial on how to get started with a new SIM.
Yes, you can use the phone simply by getting a new SIM card.
You could blue tooth the information from your old phone into your new phone, then click on SAVE. Your new phone should ask if you want the information saved on the phone, or on the SIM card. You click on PHONE.You could store all your data onto your micro SD card from your old phone, then put the micro SD card into the new phone and copy the data into the phone memory. Then you access the phone memory and tell it to SAVE the data to the phone.
Yes, just take it out of the old phone and place it in the new one. If your old sim card is deactive because you were given a new one with the same phone number, there is no way to activate the old sim card - not in Australia anyway
It's rather simple.. Just take out the SIM card from your previous phone and put it in your new one. Your number will remain same, because it depends on the SIM and not the handset.
Yes, just switch the sim card.
When you get a new phone go into a network store and get the networks sim for your phone.