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  #2049871 5-Jul-2018 15:19
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@old3eyes If you are not asking for a blank SIM then you will be buying / getting a SIM card with the mobile number already attached

 

Look at the pack the SIM card came in does it have a mobile number printed on it somewhere?

 

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Linux:

 

@old3eyes If you are not asking for a blank SIM then you will be buying a SIM card with the mobile number already attached

 

Look at the pack the SIM card came in does it have a mobile number on it?

 

John

 

 

Just had a look on the back of the packing.  Yes it does have a number  on it so it's not blank.  





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  #2049877 5-Jul-2018 15:25
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old3eyes:

 

Linux:

 

@old3eyes If you are not asking for a blank SIM then you will be buying a SIM card with the mobile number already attached

 

Look at the pack the SIM card came in does it have a mobile number on it?

 

John

 

 

Just had a look on the back of the packing.  Yes it does have a number  on it so it's not blank.  

 

 

@old3eyes So it's not a blank SIM then and has a mobile number attached

 

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  #2049882 5-Jul-2018 15:30
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old3eyes:

 

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@old3eyes If you are not asking for a blank SIM then you will be buying a SIM card with the mobile number already attached

 

Look at the pack the SIM card came in does it have a mobile number on it?

 

John

 

 

Just had a look on the back of the packing.  Yes it does have a number  on it so it's not blank.  

 

 

@old3eyes So it's not a blank SIM then and has a mobile number attached

 

John

 

 

Looks that way   but I seem to remember that the 2D and Skinny SIMs also had number on the packaging. 





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  #2049925 5-Jul-2018 16:11
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old3eyes:

 

Linux:

 

@old3eyes If you are not asking for a blank SIM then you will be buying a SIM card with the mobile number already attached

 

Look at the pack the SIM card came in does it have a mobile number on it?

 

John

 

 

Just had a look on the back of the packing.  Yes it does have a number  on it so it's not blank.  

 

 

@old3eyes So it's not a blank SIM then and has a mobile number attached

 

John

 

 

Looks that way   but I seem to remember that the 2D and Skinny SIMs also had number on the packaging. 

 

 

Well then they are not blank SIM's either unless the only number printed is the actual SIM card number cause no way a blank SIM packaging will have a Mobile number printed on it

 

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Give spark a call. Explain that this is a new SIM never used, they can remove/unlink the existing number assigned to it, essentially making it a blank SIM, that you can then transfer your number onto.

 

I've done this before successfully when I was in your position with no other options.


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