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  Reply # 291231 19-Jan-2010 16:01
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let me check my old alcatel prepay and get back to you

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  Reply # 291232 19-Jan-2010 16:14
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BartManGeek: let me check my old alcatel prepay and get back to you


Save your time as this sim would of been active before

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 291235 19-Jan-2010 16:18
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johnr:
BartManGeek: let me check my old alcatel prepay and get back to you


Save your time as this sim would of been active before


Not sure I comprehend johnr - it's an old prepay phone that was working a month or two ago - now I have my 'other' prepay phone I may be in a position to swap this sim for something else.

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  Reply # 291238 19-Jan-2010 16:32
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BartManGeek:
johnr:
BartManGeek: let me check my old alcatel prepay and get back to you


Save your time as this sim would of been active before


Not sure I comprehend johnr - it's an old prepay phone that was working a month or two ago - now I have my 'other' prepay phone I may be in a position to swap this sim for something else.


Ok the end user will have a new number

John

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  Reply # 291319 19-Jan-2010 22:25
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westwardho: on the sim itself it usually says somewhere 32k, 64k, 128k or 256k
unfortunately i dont think its possible to reactivate an old sim.

Mine doesn't have any size printed on it, just "Pre Pay" and a 16-digit number. However, it's deactivated so probably not much use.

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  Reply # 291320 19-Jan-2010 22:29
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Have you tried a 2degrees' SIM? I had a phone that only accepted 32k or 64k Vodafone SIM, but for some reason a 2degrees' 128k SIM worked.



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  Reply # 291323 19-Jan-2010 22:32
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funilly enuff yes that is the case, a 2 degrees does work, but pretty much my entire circle of friends n family are on vodafone so i like my txt2000 :)



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  Reply # 404227 13-Nov-2010 14:00
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so id like to reignite this topic,....... has anyone got one?

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  Reply # 404254 13-Nov-2010 15:49
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I've got a 32k vodafone pre-pay sim that's been disconnected - does this help?



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  Reply # 404255 13-Nov-2010 15:51
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isit possible to reconnect it? how long has it been disconnected?

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  Reply # 404318 13-Nov-2010 22:03
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nitrotech: I've got a 32k vodafone pre-pay sim that's been disconnected - does this help?


The only thing this will be good for is a very lite paper weight

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  Reply # 404328 13-Nov-2010 22:27
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johnr:
nitrotech: I've got a 32k vodafone pre-pay sim that's been disconnected - does this help?


The only thing this will be good for is a very lite paper weight

John


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