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#20539 29-Mar-2008 16:09
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Can you keep using the same Telecom mobile number when roaming overseas with a Telecom SIM card? Or is the Telecom SIM card a new number for you?




 

 

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#119561 29-Mar-2008 16:20
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Same number as I understand now

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#119562 29-Mar-2008 16:21
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Yes, it looks good - they are no longer using the O2 SIM cards.

Still have the "small" problem that they ask for a contract to be signed - even if you bring your own handset or buy it full price.




 

 

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  #119563 29-Mar-2008 16:22
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correct

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  #119595 29-Mar-2008 19:31
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freitasm: Yes, it looks good - they are no longer using the O2 SIM cards.

Still have the "small" problem that they ask for a contract to be signed - even if you bring your own handset or buy it full price.


Go on a TCL plan. No handset means you don't need a contract... and we'll even arrange a sim card for you...Smile 

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  #119987 31-Mar-2008 18:15
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freitasm: Yes, it looks good - they are no longer using the O2 SIM cards.

Still have the "small" problem that they ask for a contract to be signed - even if you bring your own handset or buy it full price.


Have you enquired about Roaming on OneBill?

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