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Topic # 83894 23-May-2011 14:05
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Possibly one for John,

But anyone aware if VF are happy to keep their contract users up to date when still running older SIMs?

I've been feeding out $30 a month now for the past.. 12 or so years just to hold the same number incase my work ever decided to take their phone back one way or another.

As a result, my sim is still your run of the mill 8K (might be 16) classic with next to no facy toolkit and very limited contact/txt space.

Am I likely to be able to batter eyelids and get it swapped/migrated to a 256K (the norm?) or would it mean forking over dollars and losing my current number.

I take it I would need to chat up a nice CSR to arranging as apposed to finding a retail store and convince them.

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  Reply # 472976 23-May-2011 14:15
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PM me your mobile number please

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  Reply # 472980 23-May-2011 14:21
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Oblivian: I've been feeding out $30 a month now for the past.. 12 or so years just to hold the same number incase my work ever decided to take their phone back one way or another.


Why don't you put your number on Prepay?




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  Reply # 473056 23-May-2011 16:16
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Cause I'm a mug :)

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  Reply # 473071 23-May-2011 16:40
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You can also change to a cheaper plan that includes much more and no contract

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