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mayzz

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#21706 4-May-2008 18:55
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i was wondering.. do you really need to have two sims to run the dual sim phone or is one alright???

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tonyhughes
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  #128448 4-May-2008 19:04
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Which dual SIM phone? You say "the dual sim phone", but there is more than one model in existence.

With one SIM in any dual SIM phone I know of, you will still be operating just fine, but your second SIM will not be active if it's not plugged in there...







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#128451 4-May-2008 19:14
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Just any dual SIM phone. Thanks alot for your reply.

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