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Topic # 84652 4-Jun-2011 11:31
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I have a sim that I no longer want to use, it is a prepaid. Is it possible to have the carrier disconnect the number? I presume I just go into a store to get it done?

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  Reply # 477703 4-Jun-2011 12:09
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Take it in and ask - or pick up the phone and call the telco and ask.

Being prepaid they may just say "destroy it".

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  Reply # 477871 4-Jun-2011 22:12
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Snap it in half and throw it in the bin?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 477877 4-Jun-2011 22:41
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leave it in a drawer. after 12 months of no activity it will be disconnected.

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  Reply # 477884 4-Jun-2011 23:10
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This is why there are more cellphone connections than people in NZ.

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