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#57402 12-Feb-2010 08:29
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im looking for a 32k or 64k sim card

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  #298233 12-Feb-2010 08:31
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Its not that simple

Different SIM number ranges are authicated for 3 different HLRs

John



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  #298234 12-Feb-2010 08:38
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i've bought a sharp 770sh phone yesterday and i've tried a 128k sim card but it says no signal or something....the person who sold the phone to me said that the phone only takes sim cards less than 64k.....

 
 
 
 


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  #298259 12-Feb-2010 09:32
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sorry no, i read that discussion as well & yeah vodafone doesnt supply them anymore coz i went to the vodafone outlet in manukau & da guy said da same thing.....unfortunately i didnt kno this until after i bought the cell phone....do you know anywhere i can get an old vodafone sim card?

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  #298267 12-Feb-2010 09:39
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I could give you plenty of 64K SIMs but they would be no use to you

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  #298283 12-Feb-2010 10:26
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I wouldn't mind a couple! Are they pre-stk, pre sim2 Some of my old phones/trunking units etc doesn't like the new ones.


Can the old 1999 Vodafone (the ones with 40 SMS slots) and the 1998 bellsouth cards still be connected? I have a few unused ones still. Some *old* embedded stuff does not like the new cards and/or the SMS slots being greater than 20 (or 10, gasp) is a huge advantage for these systems.



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  #298308 12-Feb-2010 11:33
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john


can i just buy one & i'll c how it goes? if it doesnt work then it doesnt work :) .....

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  #298309 12-Feb-2010 11:34
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sthaux10: john


can i just buy one & i'll c how it goes? if it doesnt work then it doesnt work :) .....

thanks


If I send you one of my 32k 64k SIMs the only use it will be to you is a lite paper weight and nothing else

John

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