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Answered 2007-11-06 04:39:43

If both the phones are GSM mobile phones, you can just open the Nokia phone (typically SIM card is under the battery, so you need to open the battery compartment), take out the SIM card and put it in the Razr phone. If you are just interested in transferring contact details and not your phone number, you can transfer data through Bluetooth.

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