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Topic # 148558 23-Jun-2014 14:14
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I have a prepaid sim card already and was just wondering ----- Can I just simply take my Voda sim card out of my Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and put it into my HTC One M8? Or will this stuff things up?

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  Reply # 1072649 23-Jun-2014 14:39
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The Samsung Tab 8 takes a Micro-Sim. The HTC m8 takes a nano sim (smaller) So no. Otherwise it would be a yes.

You can go to a vodafone shop and get a new nanosim or have your sim in your tablet changed to a nano

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  Reply # 1072663 23-Jun-2014 14:49

Hi Azzura,

 Yabanize is correct - you can swap to a differently sized SIM free of charge at any Vodafone store.

Cheers,

 - Nik




Product Manager @ PB Tech

https://pbtech.co.nz/smartphones




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  Reply # 1072918 23-Jun-2014 20:57
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Thanks You!

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