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Topic # 57435 13-Feb-2010 13:17
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I'd like to port my 021 over to the 2degrees network but I'm wondering what happens to the Vodafone SIM card once the porting has taken place. Is it completely useless? Can it be reactivated later on?




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  Reply # 298622 13-Feb-2010 13:18
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  Reply # 298623 13-Feb-2010 13:20
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Its a lite paper weight and nothing more

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 298624 13-Feb-2010 13:31
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Ok then. Can unused credit be applied to another VF SIM?




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  Reply # 298632 13-Feb-2010 14:10
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jermsie: Ok then. Can unused credit be applied to another VF SIM?


nope creidt is not on the sim

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  Reply # 298633 13-Feb-2010 14:26
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I think he wants to know if credit can be transferred to another account...




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  Reply # 298980 15-Feb-2010 09:34
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If you port your number across at the moment you will $10 credit for brining your number with you. this might be a good way of offsetting any remaining credit on your Vodafone account.




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