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# 136598 2-Dec-2013 22:47
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So I was wondering if it were possible to switch my phone number back to my old Telecom SIM? I had a Nano SIM in my iPhone 5, but moved to an Xperia Z with a Micro-SIM.

I want to go back to iPhone for a bit as I get bored easily, but rather than buy a new SIM swap, can I just get my number moved back to the old SIM? Its still sitting in the phone from when I last used it, entirely useless at the moment.

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  # 944439 2-Dec-2013 23:08
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Yes technically no reason why not, I've done this on Voda before

Or just get an adapter and do it yourself

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  # 944445 2-Dec-2013 23:40
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Easy, just visit a store or phone them on *123 and they'll process this for you.




 
 
 
 


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  # 944482 3-Dec-2013 05:33
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michaelmurfy: Easy, just visit a store or phone them on *123 and they'll process this for you.


Or 0800 800 163 as the mobile folks can do a sim swap back to any sim card or even put a new prepaid number onto an old sim.

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