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Topic # 64345 13-Jul-2010 18:42
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I have an old (original) black Telecom NZ XT SIM card. Does anyone know how much is the cost to update to a new one? And what benefits are there?




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  Reply # 351015 13-Jul-2010 18:52

It's free to upgrade from V1 to V2 or V3.

I think it has the updates that may have been missed by OTA updates. Can't say for sure though.

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  Reply # 351019 13-Jul-2010 19:01
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Take it to any Telecom store and they'll swap you to a nice new blue one at no charge.




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  Reply # 351216 14-Jul-2010 08:29
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The only change to our SIM cards is to the Dual IMSI application for Roaming. There is no change to PRL (CDMA Preferred Roaming List) or the SIM Tool Kit (STK).

Also iPhoneNZ are incorrect and we have yet to decide on updating the MBDN (Mail Box Directory Number) within the SIM's.




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